To most, Chris Noxx is a music producer and Los Angeles native whom seemingly started gathering well known music industry contacts via the social media site Myspace in 2007.
He managed to turn those contacts into a full time music career, producing for superstar acts like Young Buck, Sammie, Trey Songz, Ya Boy, The Game, Ras Kass, Bishop Lamont, Planet Asia, Nipsey Hussle & even managed to ink a songwriter deal with the Multi platinum, Grammy award winning Piecemakerz (Dr Dre, Eminem, Sean Kingston, Flo Rida etc).
The truth is, Chris is from a small town on the east coast of Canada, Halifax - Nova Scotia, & Due to the success hes found abroad, the locals from his home town assume, "hes from cali or some shit".
Chris, an already internet sensation currently boasts a pretty humble online following, coming in at 44 THOUSAND twitter followers. His page is littered with philosophical metaphors & production solicitation jargon. A single "peace & blessings" tweet can garnish a multitude of twitter traffic and retweets. Chris has managed to find his niche online, utilizing what he calls the "doing me" formula to create a music market for himself.
From the outside in, Chris could be perceived as a blue eyed native American, a full fledged pot head hippy, & bout his business.
On the inside, hes a calm and cool individual, extremely intelligent, spiritual, and very knowledgeable about life. He talks about how determined he is to help push humanity's collective consciousness forward, thru the many platforms he believes he was given, Starting with his music.
We went into a deep conversation, about the relation between the nature of existence, and its connection to music and tones. Although His views are definitely not the ladder, and his intricacies are quite entertaining, he manages to articulate ideas with ease, and with a strikingly sage like confidence, almost as if its ingrained within him.
This interview was most refreshing, & in short,from what i gather, Chris Noxx is an extraterrestrial passing through. We may want to pay attention, who knows, maybe we can learn something.
Jean Davis - The Buzz