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Joe and his brothers sing a Sizzla track
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SIZZLA
By Joe Brasington
Joe talks about Reggae - he likes it because it makes you tap your feet and bob up and down. He doesn't like pop, because it's not real like reggae.

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BBCi Music - Reggae music memories

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souljah
them little boys new exacly what they were saying...it's like a man came into a child's body

JahPrince
Glad to hear that (due to the sizzla/bob marley reference), but what if they were reciting "killing people is fun especially when u dont have no gun"

LaFred
dem boys know wha dey talkin 'bout. sizzla nd bob marley are the worlds greatest... yuh boys are di cutest little thangs RASTA

Morgen Mutsau
I love these kids

Jake
Dese likkle bredren are positively influenced by da message an in chune to da kulcha. Bless

Monarchy
Very interesting, very informative. As a Jamaican I felt I learnt something new about how our culture reaches out to people of different backgrounds. This video reminded me of the beauty of musics power to communicate. Keep up the good work. Bless

Stamma
Just goes to show how the spirit of the roots reggae is so strong and crosses every so called boundary and touches the soul, young and old.

Miwa
Hahaha, dats di sound a it! :D




Title:
SIZZLA
Contributor:
Joe Brasington
Length:
0.54 mins
Date:
22 May 2002
Source:
Video Nation UK
Country:
England - South West
Location:
Devon
Categories:
Childhood
Music
Feature:
Reggae Music Memories


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