‘Artiste says his music cannot be watered down’.
Sizzla Kalonji is probably one of the few local Reggae or Dancehall Recording artistes to have close to 100 albums in his catalogue, and he has no plans of ceasing the production any time soon.
With the new album on the way tilted Victorious, that is slated for release on March 18, Sizzla wants it to have a global impact.
In a recent interview the Take My Self Away singer told sources that,
“It is very important for me to continue producing music because music is life, music is love and music is my passion. I have used the music to reach out to a lot of people in the world, and it is the best thing spiritually to reach out to the people more, and it is part of our life and tradition. I don’t think I can stop. It is the best part of me.”
The Solid As A Rock entertainer does not believe that his music can be watered down.
Instead he went on to say,
“It is one of the defining reasons why I am a still relevant. So when the ‘Most High’ bless you with a new day, I think you should make the best of it and don’t waste time. I don’t like having any gaps in between me, my work and the people. You might not hear me with one dozen number one songs, but I am always putting out new music with a message. So, for the sake of being current, I will continue to create songs nonstop. The more music the more the merrier”.
The 16-track album is a collaboration between producer Richard Breadback’ Bramwell and Kalonji Music and does not feature the vocals of any other recording artiste, neither locally or internationally based.
When asked if he had any upcoming projects with DJ Khaled having been frequently featured on each other social media pages during the American record executive’s last visit, Sizzla said,
“There are going to be more songs and more albums with collaborations, but my producer and I have been working on this one for one for quite sometime now.”