President Gilberto Mendoza appointed the re-known reggae Singer Sizzla Kalonji Ambassador of the KO Drugs Campaign carried out by the World Boxing Association, last Saturday in Kingston.
Sizzla was one of the artists invited to the boxing card held at the National Indoor Sports Centre, in the capital of Jamaica. The singer rocked the public danced its music.
“We love the sports and we love boxing. The sports and the music go hand and hand, we all need more of this and for a long time we have waited for events like these to help us develop our culture”, said Sizzla.
The famous Sizzla, who was born in Jamaica in 1976, and influences youngsters and followers of his music, from now on will carry the World Boxing Association KO Drugs Message. And for this reason the President and vice-president of the WBA, Gilberto Mendoza and Gilberto Jesus Mendoza, made a public recognition.
Sizzla is a popular Singer in his country and has worked for many years to record more than 40 albums and is considered to be in charge of the rebirth of reggae in Jamaica.
He has been an example in fulfilling dreams and goals, he has his own disc company and has recorded already 3 albums, and he also owns a line of clothing, a magazine and a sound system.
From now on, Sizzla joins the KO Drugs, and will raise his voice with the message to his fan.