Japan better get ready for the blessings,” Sizzla noted on his Instagram page!
Bobo Ashanti Reggae/Dancehall superstar Sizzla Kalonji has revealed that he will be releasing a brand new album and will be campaigning a 13-show tour in Japan. Kalonji will be performing on 13 continuous nights & the last performance shall be on May 7th under Dubbed Everlasting tour.
Sizzla posted on his Instagram account to his lovely fans that, Japan better get prepared for conscious blessings because it’s gonna be the ultimate conscious entertainment.
Sizzla has been regularly performing concerts in Japan, but of late had devoted herself to allocating abundant amounts of time touring the African continent performing in countries like Ghana, The Gambia, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, and South Africa.
The Bobo Shanti superstar has already stipulated that 2023 shall be an entirely occupied year full of projects for him. The THANK YOU MAMA artist also announced days ago, that he will be performing live at the Lovers and Friends event, which has been dubbed “The Ultimate Valentines Concert” set for Plantation Cove at Priory in St Ann, on Saturday, February 18.
Sizzla publicly announced that he is working on another new album, Sizzla assured he shall throw more purified fire on pagans in almost the whole entire album. The album shall be released under his Kalonji Music Productions.
“Suh wi working on a new project… Suh wi has 13 songs so far. This is the new year album that we have been working on. So the project after Makonnen, this where we at right now,” he explained in a recent Instagram post, about the album, which will take him closer to the 100-album mark.
The August Town indigenous discharged his first album Burning Up in 1996 at Ras Records at the age of 20. The album is comprised of 12 tracks, among them, We Want Love, How Much, Can’t Hurt The Mind, The Poor, and Gun Ting Don’t Pay, among others.
Sizzla has the distinction of being one of the most prolific songwriters in Reggae and Dancehall, with a catalog of more than 1000 songs, as well as 80 albums, more than 20 of which have hit the Billboard charts.
The Grammy-nominated Roots Reggae album The Messiah was self-executive-produced by Sizzla and was released back in May 2013. That album contained songs such as Psalms 121, Look How Many Years, Center Of Attraction, No Wicked Man, the title track The Messiah, Chant Dem Down, Dem Nuh Business as well as Suffer So Much.