The brand new lyric video for Sizzla‘s trending single, Get Out A Babylon System, was just premiered on the Reggaeville platform. The song is featured on the massive reggae compilation titled Rock all Riddim, which was released at the end of August by Reggae Vibes Music.
Unlike most of his colleagues in the reggae-dancehall industry, Kalonji uses his music to inform and/or educate marginalized youths all over the world; making it more than just entertainment. He did not stray from that path in Get Out A Babylon System. The song’s objective seems to be to serve as a source of motivation for persons who are uncomfortable in the current societal structure. The clips used in the just published lyric video successfully accentuate the aforementioned point.
When asked what inspired the song, Sizzla said the following: “The slavery and all the atrocities being brought upon Black people over the centuries to present. The deterioration of the moral and ethical values of our black people and still being held in such a bond onto this time of pandemic.”
The thirteen-track Rock All Riddim also features Richie Spice, Snatcha Lion, Fiyaneer, Jah Cure, Lutan Fyah, Turbulence, Bescenta, Anthony B, Dreama, Powerman, Kendallaz and Rufftop Rock I. It is available for streaming and download on all music platforms.