Sizzla Kalonji’s US Work Permit Finally Reinstated

After five years of being unable to perform in the United States, Sizzla Kalonji‘s US work permit has been reinstated.

In 2016, the Reggae veteran, born Miguel Collins, was granted a work permit and a five-year visitor’s visa. However, in 2018, the US Embassy revoked his work visa. 

While the reason for the revocation was never disclosed, many speculated that his controversial songs, particularly those chastising homosexuals, were a contributing factor.

According to a report from Prism Marketing Consultants, Kalonji has been working on reinstating his US work permit since 2019. 

A source within Sizzla Kalonji’s circle confirmed that the permit was finally reinstated a few days ago, as reported by Prism Marketing Consultants.

Since obtaining his reinstated work permit, Kalonji’s team has been securing bookings for shows in America.

Fans eagerly anticipating his return can expect to see his vigorous live performances at Boston’s Dancehall Reggae Fest Series on August 10, Reggae Barbados Weekend on April 27, and the Sunsplash Reggae Festival in the Netherlands on Sunday, July 21.

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