Vybz Kartel reminds us that He’s Still Dancehall’s “Greatest” Despite 10yrs in Prison

Monday, January 25, 2021, 9:11 AM

Veteran Deejay and King of the Dancehall Vybz Kartel, has given a preview of the very lyrical song entitled “Yea you” featuring Likkle Vybz.

The very intricate song is one off the Dancehall Royalty EP, the Gaza Boss recently released by the artiste.

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In the Instagram post, Kartel made it known that the Dancehall Royalty EP, was fully out and is number 1, something the deejay is well known for in the sphere of Dancehall.

In the preview slide of the post “Di Teacha” wrote “2011-2021VYBZ KARTEL 10 YEARS IN JAIL. STILL THE GREATEST.”

In the same post, he went ahead and previewed the song that features his eldest son, further going ahead to include excerpts from the lyrics in his post caption that stated: “ppl like you grudge @usainbolt fi him medals, hey when mi yuh they’ll be picking up pebbles….”.

It is no strange news to see Usain Bolt’s name pop up in a Kartel song, as it is well known that the entertainer and former athlete now businessman, are fans of each other.

The lyrics of the song are very sharp and dancehall fans know that the ” Gazanation”, the leader does not throw punches to thin air so they might be curiously wondering who the song is being directed to.

On a positive note, the “Dancehall Royalty EP” has been another great move by Vybz Kartel as he features numerous young artistes on the project, something he did as well on his last two albums.

One thing that will never be erased is the genuine respect that the “Worl Boss”, has from Jamaican music lovers for the entertainers he has helped, plus the immaculate work ethic that has grown him to be the epitome of Dancehall greatness.

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