Among the long list of guests on the LP, the Jamaican fast-rising star Chronixx, proved his versatility on a Hip Hop riddim. According to the reggae artiste, "he has no issues collaborating with hip hop artistes, as long as their music is sending the right message".
Chronixx also states that:
I have always had a deep appreciation for hip hop. When I was producing my first EP with Teflon, I was listening to two hip hop albums at the time. Me love hip hop because it is reggae's little son, because it came after dancehall. Reggae is still giving birth to new genres like EDM and dub step. All of those genres breed from King Tubbys, Lee Scratch Perry and King Jammys; all of those music is reggae.
Chronixx's EP, Dread and Terrible, is currently spending its 42nd week in the reggae Billboard top ten.