Sizzla reconnects with the great producer Homer Harris. Harris is credited with discovering and naming Sizzla. Crucial Times features the signature vocals that Sizzla is known for along with a variety of rhythms.
This 13 track album brings the legendary singjay back to his essence – chanting truths, expressions of love and praises to Jah over Homer Harris produced rhythms. On his first single "Precious Gift", Sizzla delivers positive messages from his Rastafarian beliefs; giving thanks to Jah for the life he is blessed with.
On the track "Crucial Time" he reaches out to the downtrodden with the directive of betterment and productivity with the life you were given. Sizzla shows his sensitive side on "Charming" as he expresses his feelings for the woman he loves. From the up?tempo beat of "Jolly Good Time" to the head nodding track of "Foundation" and the Dancehall rhythm of "Atta Clap", Sizzla displays his versatility throughout this album. Crucial Times addresses the trials and tribulations that come with life and the beauty that love and unity can bring to life.
Coming up on his 15th year of making music and over 40 albums, Sizzla continues to deliver messages filled with passion and triumph as if it was his first release.
Sizzla adds Crucial Times to his great catalog of music and continues to contribute towards the growth and prosperity of humanity through the music he blesses the world with.
Born Miguel Collins in August Town, a suburb of Kingston, Jamaica, this reggae legend has cemented his standing for this generation and many generations to come with breakthrough albums like Black Woman & Child in 1997 (VP), the classic Da Real Thing (VP) in 2002, Rise To The Occasion in 2003 by dancehall producer Don Corleon (Greensleeves) and more recently Ghetto Youth?Ology in 2009 (Greensleeves) which featured the Anthem "Black Man In The White House". Sizzla continues to never limit himself musically.