Facebook

Download our Free App

Sumfest banner

Subscribe now

captcha 

Sizzla returns to Jamaica Featured

Entertainment News Written by  contributed Saturday, 12 May 2012 07:03 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
Rate this item
(0 votes)
  Sizzla returns to Jamaica after successful tour and films new video dedicated to all mothers and fathers, Mama Make Me Deyah So produced by Breadback Productions.  Although there was quite a bit of controversy surrounding Sizzla’s Spring European Tour, all the shows were packed to capacity. 

 


The fans were so excited to see Sizzla Kalonji and the Fire House Crew perform live and expressed their love for the artist and his band throughout the tour from France to Italy to Holland to Austria and South Africa.  It was as if the people couldn’t get enough as the artiste sang a number of songs from his vast catalogue of over 68 albums and thousands of singles.

 


Sizzla used the tour as a platform to spread messages of love, unity, and thanked his fans for their continual support and prayers through some of his recent turbulent times.  He also took the opportunity to launch Sizzla Youth Foundation on an international level to support the work in Jamaica and the rest of the world.  Currently the Sizzla Youth Foundation Museum is being built in the community of August Town and a lot of support and funding is needed.

 


In time to express his love for the Mothers and Fathers of the world, Sizzla just filmed his newest video Mama Make Me Deyah So on the heels Mothers Day.  This record is produced by Richard Bramwell of Breadback Productions on the Long Life Riddim and definitely plays tribute to the foundation of family.  The track also highlights Sizzla speaking Hebrew; however the song focuses on youth showing high respect for their Mothers and Fathers.

 


Other records have also been released by other producers including Love Connection, a lovely ballad produced by Adrian Hanson of Donsome Records and an EP called Don’t Mislead the Youths by Locksmith Records.
 

Read 1078 times Last modified on Saturday, 12 May 2012 07:07

Leave a comment

Make sure you enter all the required information, indicated by an asterisk (*). HTML code is not allowed.

Search

Latest Comments