Tommy Lee Sparta To Release “Transition” Album November 5th

Wednesday, October 20, 2021, 8:22 PM

Even though he’s spending a 3-year prison sentence, Dancehall artiste Tommy Lee Sparta is looking to release a brand new album for his fans and this body of work is already available for preorder with an official November 5th release date.

The name of the album is “Transition” and the artwork it carries does tell a symbolic tale showing a Phoenix in between two poles of existence as if to highlight the good and the bad.


Executive produced by Boss Lady Muzik, the project as noted by Tommy Lee’s account, features some of Jamaica’s top-notch Dancehall music producers like Anju Blaxx, Drop Top records, and Damage Musiq who has made several inspiring hits with the deejay.

“Transition” has 26 tracks divided in half to have a side A and Side B, sticking with the overall concept of duality that the album artwork portrays. Several big hitters in the Dancehall space such as Chronic Law, Skillibeng, Jahvillani and Stylo G are featured on the album with upcoming acts like Dre Swade and the entertainer’s son Skirdle Sparta who got to be on the project.

Also surprisingly featured on the album, is Dancehall artiste Laden, who just like Tommy Lee Sparta was arrested and sentenced for possession of an illegal gun. The song is entitled “Remember Me”, and would be a pretty interesting thing to hear knowing the situation the two entertainers have to be facing at this juncture of their lives.

Tommy Lee is well known for his image of transformation in Dancehall, always swinging fans from one pole of the spectrum with songs like “Lord Lucy”, and “Top Shotta”, and flipping the script once more with tracks such as ” Blessings”, and “Redemption Song”.

For his most recent album entitled “Reincarnation” in 2019, the deejay had mostly songs dealing with positive things as he was on a path to changing his life due to constant harassment by the Police.

This new album, however, seems to break things even where it concerns the good and the bad and the deejay will be very happy celebrating his album release even if he is behind bars since it comes a day after his November 4th birthday, which will see him turning 34.

The renowned Gothic Dancehall entertainer was sentenced to serve 3 years in prison, on March 24, after being found with an illegal gun with ammunition in December of 2020, for which he pleaded guilty.

Check out the track list and and preview of one of the songs below.

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