Sizzla leads Smartkid's Prosperity project

SIZZLA is pushing forward on a new musical project with a single called Lead Us Jah, produced by Smartkid Records. This is the first single from the Smartkid Records debut album Prosperity, slated to be released in early 2023.

"The single has been getting a lot of organic traction since its release earlier this year, and generating a lot of airplay. This is an authentic Sizzla track, a song that one can be proud of ten years in the future because of its message and its lyrical content," producer Omar "Smartkid" Currie said.

Lead Us Jah was exclusively released March 25 on Sizzla's Vevo channel while the official release date for the single worldwide is September 9, 2022.

"The Lead Us Jah is the lead song from my album featuring various artistes. The tag line of the Prosperity album is '10 songs that turn dreams into reality'. All of the songs have different rhythms. The artistes on the album include Lutan Fyah, Tarrus Riley and Runkus, all featured on dancehall, reggae and Afrobeats rhythms," Currie informed.

Omar "Smartkid" Currie

Omar "Smartkid" Currie is a Grammy-nominated producer and the managing director of Smartkid Records Company Limited which was founded in 2007. The company scored its first major success with the release of the Life Riddim CD in 2010. In 2011 Smartkid followed up with the release of a hard-core, dancehall rhythm called Venom, which established the company's street credibility and got people to sit up and pay attention to the talented young producer. Currie is credited as a songwriter on Jesse Royal's Grammy-nominated album Royal for the song Like Dat.

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