Sizzla Kalonji or just Sizzla (born with the name Miguel Orlando Collins) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He was born in 1977 in Kingston, Jamaica. His parents is a devouted to the Restafari movement. Like his parents, he joined in the Bobo Ashanti branch of the Restafari movement.
He start to create his own style while helping with the Caveman Hi-Fi sound system as an apprentice. He used his music as a tool for his message. In 1995, his first recording career begin with the release for the Zagalou label. He later combined with Robert "Bobby Digital" Dixon for a set of singles.
Homer Harris (the same man who give name and teached Buju Banton) gave him his first break, he introduced Sizzla to Dean Fraser who is the top Jamaican saxophonist and the musical director for "Xterminator Family" which owned by Philip "Fatis" Burrell. In 1996, it is marked as an important time for Sizzla when he start working with Fatis. This unification that leads to have a successful singles and the release of his debut album which entitled "Burning Up". In October 21, 1997 was the released of his third studio album entitled "Praise Ye Jah" on Xterminator. It is written by himself and produced by Philip "Fatis" Burrell.