KAMPALA – Jamaican reggae star Jamar Rolando McNaughton alias Chronixx has Thursday afternoon arrived in Kampala for the MTN Uganda PulseJamFest that is happening this Saturday at Sheraton Kampala Hotel.
“If you have not bought your ticket yet, this is the time. Visit MTN Service Centres at Acacia Mall and Forest Mall,” said Uganda’s telecommunication giants.
Last month MTN Uganda announced the coming of the reggae star saying “The #MTNPulse jam fest featuring @ChronixxMusic is on and you don’t want to be left out,” tweeted MTN Uganda.
HERE FOR YOU: @ChronixxMusic has arrived for the #PulseJamFest happening this Saturday at @KampalaSheraton . If you have not bought your ticket yet, this is the time. Visit MTN Service Centres at Acacia Mall and Forest Mall. #MTNPulse pic.twitter.com/Mi3UQ2NbOb
— MTN Uganda (@mtnug) June 27, 2019
According to the telecom giants, pulse subscribers will be paying 30k and 40k for non-subscribers.
This is not the first time Chronixx is coming to Uganda as the star was here less than a month ago and thrilled his fans in a mega concert.
The star is popularly known for his great reggae songs like; “Smile Jamaica”, “Here Comes Trouble”, “Ain’t No Givin In”, “Access Granted”, “Like a Whistle” and his 2017 hit “Skankin Sweet” among others.