One of modern reggae's biggest artists returns with I-Space. Love that new-school yardie wordplay. Irresistible finds Sizzla reaching an almost unbelievable falsetto to harmonize about 'this girl' who has him so happy and generous with his passion. The requisite ode to Haile Selassie, Long Live The King of Kings, boldly strides forward with the familiar feelings of pride and respect.
Sizzla stretches his vocal cords to higher heights on Show Some Love, which speaks to women's rights and promotes unity while weaving in some mellow, understated saxophones, organs and pianos. It's all pristinely produced by Byron Murray and features an eight-piece collective of instrumentalists. Wistful acoustic anthem Put The People's Interest First concludes the album and may be the best song on the CD.