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Mista Savona Presents Sizzla - Born A King herunterladen Darsteller: Mista Savona Presents Sizzla
Titel: Born A King
Stil: Dancehall, Roots Reggae
Etikett: Muti Music
# Cat: Muti164
Freigegeben: 06 May 2014
Land: US
FLAC album: 2678 mb
MP3 album: 2446 mb
Bewertung: 4.4
Genre: Reggae

Trackliste

1Cold War
2Blessed
3Got What It Takes (Acoustic)
4I'm Living (Acoustic)
5Champion Sound
Featuring – Errol Dunkley
6I'm Living
7Why Does The World Cry
8Born A King
9Give Jah Praise
Featuring – Alton Ellis
10Got What It Takes
11Big Man Ting
12(Interlude)
13The Formula
Featuring – Vida Sunshyne
14Champion Sound Remix
Featuring – Turbulence
15Set It Off

Credits

  • ProducerMista Savona

Hinweise

The new album 'Born A King' sees legendary Jamaican artist Sizzla at the breathtaking peak of his musical and lyrical abilities, balancing traditional roots reggae, dancehall, hiphop and global beats with all-out futuristic sounds and production. Focusing 100% of his energy on positive, uplifting and conscious lyrics, Sizzla combines his unique melodic sense and vocal delivery with some of the toughest production ever featured amongst his extensive catalogue. Australian heavyweight reggae and hip-hop producer Mista Savona (Muti Music) has pulled out all the stops, combining his flair for sampling, composition and the full utilization of a ten piece studio band to deliver a scorching 15 track selection that is easily one of the strongest albums of Sizzla s career. To give some background on this project, whilst on tour in Australia we met Mista Savona, a Melbourne based producer who had just returned from Jamaica with a bag of new riddims and an almost-completed album with legendary reggae artist Sizzla. We listened to the tunes and loved the fresh new sounds and very positive feel of the album, with its uplifting messages and inspired vocal performances. Muti Music has been releasing a series of Remix EP's as we lead up to the album's May 2014 release, featuring producers at the leading edge of dance music globally. These have been receiving rave reviews across the Blogosphere, play on BBC, XFM, Sirius and numerous other internet and FM stations, as well as reviews in high profile magazines like DJMAG.

The new album Born A King sees legendary Jamaican artist Sizzla at the breathtaking peak of his musical and lyrical abilities, balancing traditional roots reggae, dancehall, hiphop and global beats with all-out futuristic sounds and production. Focusing 100 percent of his energy on positive, uplifting and conscious lyrics, Sizzla combines his unique melodic sense and vocal delivery with some of the toughest production ever featured amongst his extensive catalogue. Australian heavyweight reggae and hip-hop producer Mista Savona (Muti Music) has pulled out all the stops, combining his flair for sampling, composition and the full utilisation of a ten piece studio band to deliver a scorching 15 track selection that is easily one of the strongest albums of Sizzla s career. This album is so hard. His duets with Errol Dunkley and Alton Ellis are too crucial. Might be Sizzla s best yet? --Midnightraverblog

On May 6 the controversial and versatile Jamaican deejay Sizzla drops his long-awaited album for Australian producer Jake Mista Savona Savona. It s titled Born a King and collects the already released single I m Living. Mista Savona and Sizzla have previously recorded the Middle Eastern-flavored Why Does the World Cry, a tune put out on the excellent compilation Warn the Nation. Mista Savona is a clever and inspired producer not afraid of trying new ideas or breaking musical boundaries, and Born a King will most certainly be one of the highlights this year. While waiting for the new Sizzla album Mista Savona and his label Muti Music have outdone themselves with remixing and versioning I'm Living and its ethereal riddim. --Reggaemani

Born A King sees Sizzla at the peak of his musical and lyrical abilities, balancing traditional roots reggae, dancehall, hip-hop and global beats with all-out futuristic sounds and production. Focusing his energy on positive, uplifting and conscious regga lyrics, Sizzla combines his unique melodic sense and vocal delivery with some of the toughest production ever. Heavyweight Australian reggae and hip-hop producer Mista Savona (Muti Music) pulls out all the stops, combining sampling, composition and the full utilization of a ten piece studio band to deliver a scorching 15 track selection that is easily one of the toughest albums of Sizzla s career. --Sturbanclothing

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Album

Born A King by Sizzla, Mista Savona, released 06 May 2014 1. Born A King 2. Champion Sound ft. Errol Dunkley 3. Blessed 4. Interlude 5. I'm Living 6. Set It Off 7. Big Man Ting 8. Got What It Takes 9. Why Does The World Cry 10. The new album 'Born A King' sees legendary Jamaican artist Sizzla at the breathtaking peak of his musical and lyrical abilities, balancing traditional roots reggae, dancehall, hiphop and global beats with all-out futuristic sounds and production. Focusing 100 of his energy on positive, uplifting and conscious lyrics, Sizzla combines his unique melodic sense and vocal delivery with some of the toughest production ever featured amongst his extensive catalogue. Mista Savona Presents: Warn The Nation. Foundation Media, LLC, The Orchard Music, Believe Music. Groundation - Freedom Savona. Sizzla: Born A King. BORN A KING Muti MusicSavona - a spectacular new 15 track album that has been described as one of the most important reggae and dancehall releases of 2014. Born A King' sees legendary Jamaican vocalist Sizzla Kalonji at the breathtaking peak of his musical and lyrical abilities, balancing traditional roots reggae, dancehall, hiphop and global beats with all out futuristic sounds and production. Complete sua coleção de Mista Savona Presents Sizzla. Lista de faixas. Born A King. Champion . Released 2014. Born A King Tracklist. Blessed Lyrics. Producers Mista Savona. Writers Sizzla. More Sizzla albums. Im Yours. Dexterity Presents Sizzla. Show all albums by Sizzla. Mista Savona. 2019 сингл Havana Meets Kingston. Havana Meets Kingston. Sizzla, Mista Savona. 2016 сингл. Cold War. 2015 The Remixer. Born a King: The Riddims & Instrumentals. I'm Living the Versions & Remixes. Clean Air. Mista Savona born Jake Dominic Savona is a highly regarded reggae, dancehall and hip-hop producer and keyboardist based in Melbourne, Australia. He first gained international recognition with the release of his third self-produced album Melbourne Meets Kingston, released by Elefant Traks in 2007. This 21-track album was recorded in Jamaica and Australia between 2004 and 2007, and is the first ever album length collaboration between Australian and Jamaican musicians. It features performances from. Sizzla - Born A King 2014. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Sizzla - Born a King. Mista Savona Presents Blessed. Born a King. One of Sizzla's greatest albums of all time. Produced by Mista Savona, you can hear it here. Sizzla - Born A King, by Mista Savona. 14 track album. 22 March 2017 . Video released on Jan 5, 2015 Digital downloads available now: Official album website: Born A King. Sizzla - I'm Living

Kommentare: (1)
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"Born A King", "Champion Sound"; Sizzla is magnificent at some tunes, but at too many tunes like "Set It Off" he f#cks it up completely. Lame lyrics that doesn't fit the energy of riddim. And he even can't keep his pace on that one. And, sadly, also that is classic Sizzla. The dumb way, amateuristic. Don't know how he went wrong for so long. Why at 39 yrs of age he keeps boasting these teenage lyrics as if he can't focus at bigger or higher topics. He doesn't sound as a father, leader, veteran. His timing distorts "Big Man Ting". His slackness doesn't sound honest no more, it has lost its impact, even from him. Then "Why Does The World Cry" shows his style depends too much on his licks and falsetto. Like too many tunes he has done the past 10 years. It doesn't show the great true singing he was once capable of. The production is up, Sizzla is lame, again, way too often.
A king has died, long time already.