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Album Review: Sizzla - Don't Mislead the Youths EP

  Album Review:  Sizzla - Don't Mislead The Youths EP by Gerry McMahon ( )   Continuing his voluminous output pattern – which allegedly runs to nearly 70 albums (over 20 of which have made it on to the  Billboard's Top Reggae Albums chart) - Sizzla strikes yet again with his new ‘ Don’t Mislead The Youths ’ EP   (Locksmith Records). Following fast on 2 already well received album releases in 2012 (‘ In Gambia ’ and ‘ The Chant ’) the only limitation that his vast army of followers will detect in this latest issuance is that it’s not another full album!   Comprised of six considered compositions, the EP opens with the upful melody So Lovely , a romantic rhapsody devoted to the love of his life, who understandably ‘makes his day’ – a must hear for all lovers. This is followed by the title track, with its warning to Babylon that it  Don’t Mislead The Youths in the face of ‘King David’ roots (or the message of righteous Rastafari), delivered via