Known as the “voice and face of Hip-Hop in Trinidad & Tobago”, Chromatics was exposed to Calypso and Soca, Reggae, Dancehall and Hip Hop at an early age growing up in St. Joseph. Of British and East Indian descent, ‘Matics’ first hit – “Start it!” – dropped in 2003 and was followed up by “Put It Up” and “The Ballad” in 2005. Since 2007, he has recorded in the same studio Notorious BIG recorded Life After Death (Caribbean Sound Basin), opened shows for the likes of Dougie Fresh, Slick Rick, Cool Kids and RZA and performed in the USA, Europe and throughout the Caribbean. As one journalist noted that “Chromatics is not just a rapper, but an entity, not just the CCO of Highway Records, but his own brand, with his music store, studio and most recently his all hip-hop radio program “The Grind” on Next 99.1 fm in T&T.” In 2012, he released the smash hit “Carnival Rap Up 2012” along with the innovative concept album, “The Business of Art”. His highly anticipated album, “The Science of Colours Vol. III” dropped in February of this year.