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Sizzla Kalonji delivers fiery set at BRITJAM

Sizzla Kalonji delivers fiery set at BRITJAM Featured

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On Sunday, reggae artiste Sizzla Kalonji threw down a fiery set at the Aqueduct in Rose Hall during BritJam’s super VIP event ‘Flesh’.   

 

He scored with hits including Solid as a Rock, Dry Cry, and Thank You Mama in front of an appreciative audience. 

At one point during his 40-minute set, the energetic entertainer brought Ky-Mmani Marley, the son of reggae legend Bob Marley, on stage for a rendition of Who the Cap Fit, much to the delight of the BritJammers at the venue. 

 

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