I have another album for all of you... It is definitely not the greatest album put out by Reggae/Dancehall legend Sizzla, but everyone should have it in his or her collection.
Before I drop the review, artwork, and link I would just like to say if you like my threads and choose to download the link provided. I would really appreciate it if you drop a comment in the thread just to show your appreciation. Enjoy the music and big ups.
I got a few more albums for you all next week...
After the heavy beats, psychedelic love songs, electro rhythms and shouty combinations of 2008's Addicted, Sizzla Kalonji has assembled a more conventional reggae album. Ghetto Youthology, for George Dusty Miller with the Firehouse crew, goes back to the sounds of the early 'zeroes' with some success.
That said, it makes an uncharacteristic start. Jah Love sets Kalonji's divisive falsetto, audibly autotuned, over curious harpsichord style synths. Even so, this well crafted tune reflects the album's tendency towards catchy hooks and conscious lyrics.