Reggae/Dancehall Recording Artist Sizzla Kalonji is a man of many talents. When he’s not creating some of the best music out, he taps into community building, showing off his artistic skills, or even participating in few Bike stunts and other sporting activities. What some are unaware of is Sizzla’s knack for Film, and he recently lent his expertise for the short film, “Passa Passa In The Park”.
Written by Tamara Thomas, “Passa Passa In The Park” is a Film project produced by the graduates of the Mona Social Services/UWI Community Film Project (MSS/UWI CFP). The Film sheds a light on gender-based violence that greatly affects Jamaica, bringing more awareness to the issue. The graduates of MSS/UWI CFP all take on various roles behind the scenes and onset, and the Film is the result of the graduates’ 8 weeks of training, and two weeks of putting the project together. Sizzla Kalonji’s role in the project has been a vital one as he has previously released songs that speak out against gender-based violence, and he believes this Film will assist in providing more solutions to quell the ongoing issue.
Sizzla Kalonji is currently working on new music, and is gearing up to perform alongside Capleton, Anthony B, and Cocoa Tea at the “Kings Of The Earth” concert in Trinidad and Tobago on November 26.
The Short Film “Passa Passa In The Park” is now available for viewing on the official Youtube channel for MSS/UWI CFP. To stay up to date with Sizzla Kalonji, follow him on Instagram at @therealsizzlakalonji. For Media Inquiries, please contact Mz Mumsie at firstname.lastname@example.org.