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SIZZLA DROPS VIDEO FOR HIT SINGLE “GOOD LOVE!”

 

Sizzla

Sizzla

Sizzla, one of reggae’s most prolific artists, releases his brand new video for “Good Love” off his 70th albumThe Messiah,released in May 2013 on Kalonji Music/VP Records. The Jay Will directed video premiered on Okayplayer’s Large Up, who hails “Good Love” as one of their “favorite songs by him in the last decade.”

Watch/post Sizzla’s “Good Love” video now http://youtu.be/VsJWDVJA8l0 Since his emergence in 1995, the enigmatic vocalist has undeniably  put his stamp on the genre regardless of the current style or trend.  Even musical icons like Jay Z have taken notice. On Jay Z’s latest album Magna Carta Holy Grail, the rap mogul samples Sizzla’s timeless classic “Solid As A Rock” on his new song “Crown.”
Before Jay Z, hip hop artists used the same Sizzla tune to proclaim their throne status,  including 50 Cent on “You Will Never Take My Crown” and Ja Rule on  “The Crown.” It is evident that Sizzla remains the reigning king of roots on his latest effort The Messiah, which peaked at #1 on the South Florida Reggae Chart and New York Reggae Chart.
Sizzla:TheMessiah
He showcases his musical depth, passion and precision in partnership with Bread Back productions. Mostly written and executive produced by Sizzla himself, Kalonji’s full scope of talents are displayed on The Messiah. With a fresh perspective in 2013, the man on a musical mission inspires positive change worldwide on this 15-track collection. His social commentary on songs like “Chant Dem Down,” “No Wicked Man” and “Psalms 121” reveal his daring bravado and righteous lyrics, while the melodic anthem “Good Love” unveils his softer side.
In addition to music, Sizzla, who was named the President of the Ancient Nyabinghi Council, has been organizing, mobilizing, and working to promote Rastafari, unity, upliftment and positivity in Jamaican communities and worldwide. Through his Sizzla Youth Foundation, he has a number of programs and projects that aim to develop youth training and leadership skills.
He is building a library, community center and a Sizzla Youth Foundation Museum in his native August Town, a community within Kingston, Jamaica. Sizzla has also been taking classes at the University of the West Indies and is pushing a strong education campaign for young people to follow. He is always looking to learn new things regardless of his stature as a world reknown Reggae singer.

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