Sizzla Kalonji is spreading awareness about the Coronavirus with his music. He has released a new track about the dangerous respiratory disease.
“Coronavirus deh bout” the Reggae star sings on the track, as he warns fans to protect themselves from the Life-threatening disease.
The track is a freestyle that was recorded to raise awareness, featured on the classic Far East Riddim.
The riddim is not his, but he likes doing music on the old-school rhythms because it is real to our culture. Sizzla said, “It is a very serious matter so I think for better understanding of public matters more artistes should do a little song highlighting the matter.”
In the song he warns fans to keep their third eye open and look out for each other. Sizzla also said “The best we can do is unite stay together and look out for each other and take our ancestors and parents teachings more serious. It’s only out there to hurt us as a people.”
He hopes that a cure can be found soon while he also calls on government to help the people.
He also offered condolences to the families who lost someone because of the virus. However, the artiste said he is convinced that the disease is man-made.
He said, “something went wrong, but it was still intended for the people. It’s just the Babylon system hurting our people for whatsoever gains but it might have been far more dangerous than they’ve expected it to be”
“Countries have to take serious measures to protect citizens as this will also help to protect other citizens of other countries,” he said.
Listen to Sizzla’s song below