April 12, 2009
Sizzla Apologizes to Canadian fans for concert cancellation
Sizzla Kalonji and the Fire House Band would like to apologize to the fans in Canada for the show cancellation at Paramount Concert Theatre. Although there are numerous allegations as to why the show was cancelled, the reason was time inefficiency and late entry of the paperwork to the Canadian Embassy in Jamaica. Sizzla was approved by authorities in Canada to perform.
There was no involvement of any form of contract or agreement to determine the acquisition of the visa in Kingston. At this point in Sizzla’s career, he is moving forward with total positivity, unity, and urges all to stop the violence. Under the circumstance, we insure that Canadian fans will get to see Sizzla perform in the near future.
In the meantime, join us Friday, April 17th as he celebrates his 33rd birthday at Judgment Yard, 40 August Town Rd in Kingston, Jamaica. During the day, there will be a kid’s fun day and in the evening the Birthday Party featuring King Taffari, Fresh International and Rebel T.
Also look out for his upcoming album due to release on Greensleeves called Ghetto Youth-Ology on April 21st produced by Fire House.
Also look out for his upcoming album due to release on Greensleeves called Ghetto Youth-Ology on April 21st produced by Fire House. For media related questions contact, publicist Olimatta Taal at Jerrejef@aim.com or 1-876-437-2889. For other information contact Kalonji Records at firstname.lastname@example.org.