An intimate conversation with Christopher Martin will be held tonight, October 23rd at Sandz Lounge in Laurelton Queens at 8pm.

The free event, hosted by Sound Chat Radio’s Garfield ‘Chin’ Bourne & Ninja Crown, is open to the public and will feature Christopher Martin discussing his latest projects, signing autographs, taking photos with fans and more.

Christopher Martin is in New York for The American Friends of Jamaica Gala being held this Friday. He will be performing in honor of one of his closest friends, Olympic athlete and world record holder for the fastest man in the world, Usain Bolt. Christopher Martin will also soon be releasing the video for his new single “Dem Vex” off the “One Way” riddim.

His latest album And Then debuted at number one on the Billboard Reggae Chart back in May and presents a well-rounded mix of ballads and up-tempo jams, showcasing his musical versatility and growth with a celebration centered around themes of love, rising above hardship and finding the good in every situation.

Singles off the album include “Bun Fi Bun,”, “Can’t Dweet Again,” “Come Back” and most recently “Life.” The album also features a standout cover of Mr. Big’s 1991 definitive track, “To Be With You.” Martin’s re-imagining of the love song is a sweet homage, delivering new meaning to the chart-topping single without losing sight of his powerful ability to connect with audiences across the globe and showcase his versatility as an artist not confined to one solitary genre.

Born in St. Catherine, Jamaica, the now 32-year-old first established himself as an emerging talent following winning Jamaica’s top televised talent show “Digicel Rising Stars” in 2005. Shortly after, Martin went on to navigate his undeniably destined career in music with an eagerness and dedication to establishing his own forward-thinking sound. As exemplified through his energetic live performances and feel-good lyricism, his characteristic positivity is as genuine as it is memorable, allowing him to organically make a name for himself on the beloved island and connect with audiences that stretch far beyond his backyard in the Caribbean.

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