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SIZZLA ROCKS FUZED LIVE SERIES @one876 @PushaYute Featured

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The format of the Fuzed live series of shows seems to have caught the active imagination of the reggae-loving public. The second edition of the eclectic music series was energized by the presence and main act Sizzla Kalonji, the Grammy nominated act and black activist and he did not disappoint.

The tone was set for a wonderful night of entertainment by opening acts like Phylea (part of the FUZED band) perform renditions of her favorite songs from his catalogue.. Again the audience which consisted of music enthusiast and several like minded individuals saw and heard music they were familiar with which brought a heart warming sense of togetherness. The second performance came from LOPO lead singer and rapper front man for Acmatic (local indie band)... His rendition kept with the theme of FUZED as he recited rapped and rocked a medley of Sizzla greatest hits. Sizzla himself applauded the young artist.
After that, cometh the hour, cometh the man, and Sizzla hosted a live Q & A session where he gave his thoughts on a myriad of issues such as unity, poverty, culture and education, and set out to explain the impact of these issues on the daily lives of Jamaicans.
He ended the show on a high and a lively performance backed by tracks. He started off a capella then segued into six tracks that ignited the audience, and had the Bistro buzzing. The 2nd edition was a success and again looking forward to seeing what Team Push A Yute is gonna pull off for the next FUZED. The Red Bull Music Academy must be applauded for its efforts to sustain the indigenous music and artforms of the island. Special bigs up to the staff of and DiMusicHub.
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