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Boomkat Product Review:
The return of Kalonji with his most sympathetic production cohort, Philip Fatis Burrell. Sizzla's Xterminator releases have always stood up as his most consistent and well rounded, musically speaking. 'Real people'
hits a prophecy revealed step, wicked juddering bassline and a typical bobo theme of cleanliness and rights. 'Rise them nature' slinks in, intricate plucked guitar setting up one of the best deliveries on the record. Elsewhere Kalonji tackles Dylan's 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' and bizarrely has to slow down his vocalising to match Zimmerman's amphetamine enhanced original. 'i Myself Know' leaves Sizzla's voice raw and exposed over a low-fi interpretation of an r&b styled riddim, where 'Got it going on' hits a more convincing stride, rocking square bass assault. 'My time your time' just block rocks it out, wicked bashment stabs and sizzla in finest throaty good form, reasoning about his justification for making music over a proto timbaland rhythm. 'You world leaders' marries an unusually grainy ridim to a stinging vocal, where 'Jah is love' reverts to the nyabinghi vibes of 'Black Woman and Child' era. As ever with Sizzla, this is a mixed affair, but the good tracks far outweigh the odd inconsistency, still my favourite singjay by a country mile. Invest.