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Boomkat Product Review:
Album number 346 for the work shy Sizzla Kalonji, working with Melbourne "George Dusty" Miller and the Firehouse prodcutions crew on his latest LP 'Ghetto Youth-Ology'. As with a large percentage of Sizzla's catalogue, there's a fair few total killers in here - like the digital wickedness of 'Open Up The Doors' with a chewy bubblers bassline or 'the celebratory 'Black man In The White House' on the A-side to heavily dubbed killers like 'Future Is Yours' on the B-side featuring Sizzla in truly throaty form. Actually, It's shocking to think how much this guys career could be f**ked by a packet of lozenges! We'll be completely honest and say this is a 50/50 album, for every killer there's a moist slab of fromage lurking next on the tracklist, so don't say we didn't warn ya, but the strong tracks are sick.