Reggae artiste Chronixx won another international award at the British Ivors Academy’s Novello Awards for his contribution to the 11 album by British funk band SAULT.
The Spanish Town native won the award for his outstanding achievements in songwriting and composing. He was among 30 other musicians who received Ivor Novello Awards across 14 categories.
The reggae artiste and his SAULT co-writers Dean “Inflo” Josiah Cover, Cleopatra Nikolic and Jack Peñate, were announced as winners of this year’s Ivor Novello Awards with Amazon Music’s Best Album prize, at Grosvenor House, London, on Thursday, May 18.
“Drawing from Afrobeat and blues influences, 11 was one of five critically acclaimed albums released for free simultaneously by SAULT in November 2022. Dean “Inflo” Josiah Cover’s win marks the significant achievement of his fourth Ivor Novello Award,” the Ivor Academy noted on its website.
SALUT released the album last November along with four other albums: Today & Tomorrow, AIIR, Earth, and Untitled (God).
Chronixx was featured on four of the album’s 11 tracks: Fear No One, Morning Sun, Glory and River.