Christopher Martin has grown musically and physically, right in front of Jamaica’s eyes. He seeks to spread his wings and vocal cords again with his Jamaican fans as he joins the RJR Cross Country Tour, stopping at almost every town in Jamaica. Chris has been spending the last few months, working hard on several projects and says that he is satisfied with his personal catalogue that is out.
With ten songs by various producers getting steady rotation on the radio locally and internationally, he feels that the RJR Tour comes at a perfect time. He has almost completed his tertiary education as well as being able to perform his own songs such as, She Never Listens ft. Demarco, Fashionable, So Dem Design, Summer Girl ft Aidonia, Party Time ft Mr. Easy, Dem Love Me and Nuh Fit Me, just to name a few which no matter where he performs the audience knows and sings along with him. The New Year has started on the right path for Chris with his songs Vibe Is Right (Street Bullies Riddim) and TJ Records Productions, Real Frenz ft. D-Major & Agent Sasco, both topping the local video charts at #1 and #6 on Hype Tv's Video Top Ten Countdown.
February is already, and will continue to be an extremely busy month. Chris will be shooting the video for "Watch Me Lord" on Arif Cooper's - Fresh Ear Label, which has shot to prominence since his guest appearance on Digicel's 'Deal Or No Deal' Game Show, and his free styling of the track on the final stages of the game. Watch Me Lord, which is on the Relationships Riddim, has been creating waves in the dancehall and also on social networks, such as Twitter, Blip, My Space and Facebook, where his devoted fans from Jamaica, Canada, the UK, California and Kenya have been pressing for a video. The video will be directed again by Asha of Fareeye Films, the plot promises to be a simple one in which the lyrical content of the song will be the focus.
Chris, who considers himself a love child, being born on February 14tn on Valentine's Day, had spent his 23rd birthday last weekend on both the South and West Coast, St. Elizabeth and Jungle Night Club in Negril, Westmoreland, respectively doing club concerts.