Chronixx to perform for Africa’s Endangered Rangers

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Reggae artiste Chronixx, through his Caring Hands of Rastafari (CHOR) Foundation, will lend his voice to a virtual fundraiser benefitting rangers on the front lines of wildlife conservation in Africa.

The event, Endangered Rangers, is being organised by The African Community & Conservation Foundation (ACCF) and will feature other international stars including multi-platinum recording artiste and former American Idol winner Jordin Sparks; two-time Oscar nominee Djimon Hounsou; serial entrepreneur and Shark Tank favourite, Daymond John; Emmy Award winner Debra Messing; actress Loretta Swit, Sheikh Abdul Aziz , otherwise known as the “Green Sheikh”; British fine art photographer David Yarrow; Chief Jim Ogimaa; and 11-year old animal advocate, Kate Gilman Williams.

“I stand with and on the behalf of the young Rastafari community of the world, especially on behalf of the CHOR Foundation here in Jamaica. We send our love and support to the rangers out there in Africa, who stand at the heart of humanity and the heart of the preservation of our natural life as human beings and for many creatures,”

Chronixx said in a press release. 

He added,

“One of the things about being human is about using your strength and using your power of unity to bring about balance in creation. We really extend our support by way of our talent and in every single way possible.”

CEO of ACCF, Brady Forseth said,

“Chronixx has one of the most caring and sharing hearts which is evident from the amazing work he continuously does not only for the people of Jamaica through his CHOR Foundation’s mission and purpose – but he also understands the current need for the plight of the people and the wildlife that are being affected by the pandemic!” 

Endangered Rangers will air live Sunday, December 13, at 6pm on KNEKT TV ( and will be available on Roku and Apple TV as well as streamed on Facebook, YouTube, &