Dancehall/reggae singer Sizzla 'Show More Love To The Youths'


Music video for Sizzla's Show More Love To The Youths'to hit TV
• Feed The Children Africa album for May release


The much anticipated music video for Sizzla's Show More Love To The Youths on Feed The Children's exciting Africa riddim, was shot last Friday on locations across August Town and Sandy Park, close to Sizzla's Judgment Yard.

In Show More Love To The Youths, conscious Rastafarian singer Sizzla delivers a deep social commentary about the state of the younger generation. Recorded on the Sly & Robbie created Africa rhythm, the song is definitely worth a good listen and radioland is making sure of it.

Stopping crime and violence, taking care of the nation's youth and supporting community is the video's theme. During the video shoot, residents of Sizzla's community came out in their numbers to show their support as video director, Allan 'Endless' Tennent, worked his magic.

Directors of Feed The Children Africa label also put on a treat for children in the community, giving away school supplies such as books and pencils. Sizzla also took the time to sign autographs for the children. According to one of the directors, this is the first of several treats the Los Angeles and Jamaica based label will host in various communities across the island.

The 16-track Feed The Children Africa compilation album will be officially released at the end of May in Jamaica, North America and Europe, and will be distributed by Energy Beat Records.

In addition to Sizzla's Show More Love To The Youths, the album also features Paul Elliot with Same Set Of People, Too Much Blood A Run from Morgan Heritage, Richie Spice with Weh The World Gone, Norris Man delivers Just To See Her Hair, Gyptian with Why, Juice with Bun Dem Up, Hold A Joy by Bescenta; Mama Mi Love So Much from Feed The Children director/producer/artiste Sammo T; What's Going On from Anthony B; Giving Love by Spanner Banner; Shoot Out by Turbulance; Jah Works from Snatcher Lion, Me and U Inna Business from Natural Black and newcomer Stamma G with his debut How Much Girl Mi Have. Radioland is giving tracks from the label a whole lot of love.

Feed The Children Africa will also release a medley video this month featuring Natural Black, Turbulance, Juice, Bescenta, Snatcher Lion, Gyptian and Anthony B. Feed The Children Africa is produced by Raymond Cameron, with Damion Allen as executive producer.