Jah Protect

Performers Sizzla

Penitentiary Records | March 14, 2006 | Compact Disc

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Jamaica's Sizzla is one of the most prominent and talented dancehall artists on the scene. He is also one of the most prolific, turning out singles and full-length albums at an alarming rate, and while his aggressive output makes for an uneven discography, it also gives his hardcore fans plenty of righteous, roots-conscious music to absorb.
In addition to mixing dancehall with deep roots reggae, Sizzla also dabbles a bit with hip-hop influences, and JAH PROTECT is his most pronounced foray into that area yet, boasting a full-scale, bass-heavy production big on bumping beats. Sizzla's rough-and- ready raggamuffin delivery is as fiery and passionate as ever, and his themes, which focus on racial struggle ("Black People Suffering"), ganja ("Legalize It"), and spirituality ("Jah Protect") are still devoutly Rastafarian.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: March 14, 2006

Genre: Dancehall/Ragga

Style: Reggae

Number of Discs: 1

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Penitentiary Records

UPC: 829416000011

Found in: Dancehall/Ragga

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Jah Protect

Performers Sizzla

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: March 14, 2006

Genre: Dancehall/Ragga

Style: Reggae

Number of Discs: 1

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Label Name: Penitentiary Records

UPC: 829416000011


Title Track Time
1.Yourself --
2.Beautiful Day --
3.Black Woman --
4.Revenge --
5.Black People Suffering --
6.Fire Fi Bun --
7.Jah Protect --
8.Care --
9.Jah Jah --
10.Lebrate di Poor --
11.Legalize It --
12.Prison --
13.Planet Earth --
14.Some How --
15.Just Like --

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Jamaica's Sizzla is one of the most prominent and talented dancehall artists on the scene. He is also one of the most prolific, turning out singles and full-length albums at an alarming rate, and while his aggressive output makes for an uneven discography, it also gives his hardcore fans plenty of righteous, roots-conscious music to absorb.
In addition to mixing dancehall with deep roots reggae, Sizzla also dabbles a bit with hip-hop influences, and JAH PROTECT is his most pronounced foray into that area yet, boasting a full-scale, bass-heavy production big on bumping beats. Sizzla's rough-and- ready raggamuffin delivery is as fiery and passionate as ever, and his themes, which focus on racial struggle ("Black People Suffering"), ganja ("Legalize It"), and spirituality ("Jah Protect") are still devoutly Rastafarian.
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