This, I believe, is Sizzla’s 16th album since his 1995 debut, although forgive me if I’ve missed one or two in my calculation, as we’re talking about a reggae artist so prolific that, this year alone, we’re looking at the possibility of four new albums.

“Black History” is not on a par with his classic 1997 releases “Black Woman & Child” and “Praise Ye Jah,” but its a fine addition to Sizzla’s resume, even if a little quality control (maybe a mere one album a year) would result in more accomplished records with less duff tracks. There are a few here.

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