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Sizzla Kalonji Wiki/Biography
Miguel Orlando Collins was born on the 17th April 1976, in Kingston, Jamaica and is a reggae musician. Sizzla belongs to the Rastafarian theopolitical movement Bobo Ashanti, known for orthodoxy in rejecting the values associated with culture and colonialism. Sizzla’s songs speak about the poverty and desperation that pervades Jamaican youth, police brutality as well as political and religious oppression. Sizzla has been active in the entertainment industry since 1990.
How much is the net worth of Sizzla? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of his wealth is as much as $500,000, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Music is the main source of Sizzla’s wealth.
Sizzla Net Worth $500,000
To begin with, he was born and raised in the August Town suburb of Kingston. Like his parents, he decided to become a member of the Rastafarian movement, and joined Bobo Ashanti. He attended the local Dunoon Technical High School, where he learned mechanical engineering (his father ran his own car workshop). At the same time he made his first steps in the music scene, performing with the Caveman Hi-Fi sound system. He also recorded his first single “Is Not That Loving” under the small Zagalou Records label.
His career gained momentum in the middle of the 1990s, when his vocal talent was spotted by well-known producer Homer Harris. Not only did he give Sizzli an artistic nickname, but he also introduced him to Dean Fraser, the famous saxophonist. This resulted in the release of several well received singles, the best known of which is the song “No White God”. Philip Burrell was also the producer of his debut album “Burning Up”, which was released in 1995 by RAS Records. However, the album did not achieve the expected success, and the real star was singled out after the release of two more albums: “Black Woman & Child” and “Praise Ye Jah”, both in 1997.
Since then, Sizzla has created over 50 solo albums, including “Da Real Thing” (2002), “Rise To The Occasion” (2003) and “Soul Deep” (2005). Recently, the solo albums entitled “Crucial Times” (2010), “The Scriptures” (2011), “The Chant” (2012) and “The Messiah” (2013) were released. In addition, about 20 compilation albums have been issued too. His songs stand out for their distinctive colour and wide range of vocal music, both sharp and aggressively screamed and falsified here and there, as well as quiet and gentle, sung purely. In the text layer, Sizzla is dealing with a wide variety of themes, ranging from slackness through romantic ballads, to spicy songs based on deep spiritual transmissions. In addition to this, Sizzla, like many other dancehall musicians, frequently mentions smoking gays, which in turn evokes the protests of gay communities and organizations. In the year 2013, Sizzla was warned several times by the organization to perform homophobic songs during the performance at the Sting Festival in Portmore, Jamaica, where he has been one of the main acts for years. After publicly speaking on the stage, he was given a lifetime ban on this event.
Finally, in the personal life of Sizzla, he is apparently still single.
|Date Of Birth||April 17, 1976|
|Place Of Birth||Kingston, Jamaica|
|Profession||Jamaican reggae musician, Musician|
|Education||Dunoon Technical High School|
|Nicknames||Sizzla Kalonji , Miguel Orlando Collins|
|Awards||Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album - 56th Annual Grammy Awards (2013)|
|Record Labels||VP Records, Greensleeves Records, Kalonji Records, Digital B, Xterminator Records, RAS Records, Zagalou Records|
|Albums||“Praise Ye Jah” (1997), “Black Woman & Child” (1997), “Da Real Thing” (2002), “Rise To The Occasion” (2003), “Soul Deep” (2005), “Crucial Times” (2010), “The Scriptures” (2011), “The Chant” (2012), “The Messiah” (2013)|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album|
|Movies||Sting 2002, Conscious Vibrations, Life and Debt (2001), Riddim Driven: VP Records 25th Anniversary Concert (video documentary, 2005), MTV Backstage Pass: VP Records 25th Anniversary (2004)|
|TV Shows||Burn Notice (2008), Rollin' with the Nines (2006)|
|Burn Notice||2008||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Rollin' with the Nines||2006||performer: "Wrath", "Rise to the Occasion"|
|Life and Debt||2001||Documentary performer: "Give Them the Ride" Morgan Heritage Remix|
|Riddim Driven: VP Records 25th Anniversary Concert||2005||Video documentary|
|MTV Backstage Pass: VP Records 25th Anniversary||2004||TV Special|