Reggae artiste Sizzla Kalonji has confirmed that his United States travel documents have been reinstated.

After being barred from traveling to the United States for some eight years, Reggae veteran Sizzla Kalonji has had his work permit restored.

Questions were raised whether the “Thank you Mama” singer’s travel documents were reinstated after it was publicized that he was scheduled to headline the 32nd annual Reggae on the River festival in the United States between August 4-7.

The report cites Chinese state aircraft maker, the Aviation Industry Corporation of China, as saying the plane is nearly as big as a Boeing 737.

Last week, a Cessna 208B seaplane making its inaugural flight in China crashed into a highway bridge outside Shanghai, killing five people on board.