Chronixx questions Spotify and emphasizes that it has no scheduled releases


Popular Jamaican reggae singer Chronixx criticized Spotify in recent days for allowing music to appear on his account that has not been authorized by him.

The music streaming service has been plagued by scammers who tag prominent names in their songs that appear as collaborations, making them visible in your accounts.

This month Chronixx went through this situation when a label called “Brahma” He uploaded two songs to his account: “A Nuhb (sic) Long Talk” Y “Injury”

“My Spotify is not hacked(…) Spotify literally allows anyone to post music to my official account as Chronixx. They will invite us to the black music department to sing and 'speak', but in fact there is absolutely no security for our music on their platform”, the singer expressed in an Instagram story as confirmed Dancehall Mag.

Spotify's policy is not preventive, However, artists can report unauthorized music by completing a form and waiting for a resolution email., while fans can also report mixed music to Spotify's customer service team.

“I don't have any release scheduled”

further, Chronixx, maybe something funny or something serious, He called on creators to continue uploading music in his name, since he won't do it anytime soon.

“I advise more people to upload songs to my Spotify (…) Keep the launches busy. I don't have any releases scheduled for the near future.”, wrote the Smile Jamaica interpreter.

The singer's followers miss new music and let him know on social networks, but this last message does not seem to be good news in that sense.

His last album was Chronology launched in 2017 with resounding success, praised by critics and reggae fans, in addition to being nominated for a Grammy.

In 2020, the singer began to share details of his second album Dela Splash, but the release date scheduled for that same year was delayed when the singer became a father and until now there is no clarity about the same.