After, 'Rappel A L'Ordre', Takana Zion's somewhat disappointing album from 2009, it was make or break for the African Sizzla. The singjay from Guinea chose eggs for his money and went to Jamaica to record 'Rasta Government' at the Harry J Studio in the company of top musicians like Sly Dunbar, Sticky Thompson, Robbie Lyn and Dalton Brownie. The fact 'Rasta Government' sounds less African than its predecessors, should come as no surprise. The fire from his debut effort 'Zion Prophet' has died down a bit, but Takana's voice has clearly evolved. Top track is without the slightest doubt 'Glory', a duet with a Capleton in great shape!