by Jodee Brown
Internationally acclaimed Dancehall/Reggae singjay, Sizzla Kalonji continues to slowly but surely ease his way back into a musical rhythm as he’s unveiled his latest album, Don’t Mislead the Youths.
The six track EP, released via United States based Reggae label, Locksmith Records hails as Sizzla’s 68th album and third since his near fatal motorcycle crash last August. Don’t Mislead the Youths features singles such as Hotta Fire on the Saudi Arabia Riddim as well as Learn to Read and the EP’s title track, Don’t Mislead the Youths.
Featuring a mixture of inspiring Reggae melodies as well as fiery Dancehall anthems, Don’t Mislead the Youths is currently available in both physical and digital formats. Fans can pick up the CD version inside select stores, including New York based record label, VP Records. Additionally, persons can buy Sizzla’s new album on iTunes as well as Amazon.com.
This effort comes nearly two months after the prominent singjay released The Chant in early March. During this period, Sizzla gave his first local performance since the bike crash with an Unplugged and Acoustics show in New Kingston and has toured sections of Europe despite calls from gay rights groups across the continent to prevent him from performing some events due to alleged violent lyrics against homosexuals.