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Vybz kartel - love journey lyrics.

Yo mi nuh response weh ppl wah seh enuh

Vanessa Bling:

Mi nuh response fi dem eda

oo oo-oo-oo-oo oo-oo-oo-ooo oo-oo-oo-ooo

Vanessa Bling

Dem nuh wah see we holding on

but we nah let go..

Kartel(Vanessa Bling):

Mi tell yuh bout bad mind people

(Dem cya stop wi tho cah we in love)

Mi nuh know why dem nuh leave us yeh

(Neva see a man weh mi need so)

Every day a you mi think of

Time fi come home, fi we link up

(Sidung a mi yaad n mi dying fi u reach baby)

Yuh dun kno

(No matter what people say

None a dem nuh kno mi need yuh, yuh need mi)

No matter what comes my way

When you wrap your arms around mi

(You shield me from the rain,

The love you give to mi nuh ordinary)

Anyting weh yuh need mi wah fi be di man fi yuh get it

If this is love journey

Mi love you all da way

Really and truly

Mi love is here to stay

Till my life is over

Mi wit you all the way

Believe me, mi nah lef

Baby yuh kno seh mi love you so

Mm-mmmm oh oh oh

Vanessa Bling (Kartel):

All a mi love is for you

(I'll never leave you alone)

Nobody cyah change my mind from lovin you

(You a my baby)

No matter what people say

None a dem nuh kno mi need yuh, yuh need mi

(No matter what comes my way

When you wrap your arms around mi)

You shield me from the rain,

The love you give to mi nuh ordinary

(Anyting weh yuh need mi wah fi be di man fi yuh get it)

Translated Version Below:

We are telling all people

Can’t stop we are in love

Ain’t nobody gonna leave us

Never seen a man woman needs

Every day we think of ..

Time for your reach baby

You don’t know

No matter what people say.. need me

No matter what come my way

When you wrap your arms around me

.. the love you give to me no ordinary

Anything you need .. if this is love journey

Me loves you all the way

Really and truly my love is here to stay

When my love is over me met you all the way

Believe me .. believe me ..

.. love you so me and .. love you so

All of my love is for you

I will never leave you alone

Nobody can’t change my mind of loving you

You are my baby

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Adidja Palmer, better known as Vybz Kartel is one of Jamaica’s most controversial and influential dancehall artists, whose career has been marked by a series of unforgettable moments that have left an indelible mark on the music industry and popular culture.

From chart-topping hits to legal battles and societal controversies, Kartel’s journey has been as captivating as it has been contentious. In this compilation, we delve into the top 10 moments that have defined Vybz Kartel’s career, showcasing his impact on music, fashion, and the cultural landscape of Jamaica and beyond.

1. Introduction to Dancehall : Vybz Kartel, emerged in the early 2000s as a prominent figure in the dancehall scene under the tutelage of veteran Bounty Killer. As a member of The Alliance, he quickly gained attention for his distinctive style and lyrical prowess.

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2. Feuds with Ninjaman and Mavado : In 2003, Vybz Kartel engaged in a highly publicized clash with dancehall veteran Ninjaman at the annual Sting concert, solidifying his status as a formidable force in the genre, but worrying many about the violence that seemingly followed him.

A years-long feud also developed between Vybz Kartel (from “the Gaza”) and Mavado (from the Gullyside) in 2006, stemming from Vybz’s much-publicized departure from The Alliance. Their feud escalated with diss tracks and public spats, often drawing in their respective fan bases, and in some cases, leading to street violence. The police and even former Prime Minister Bruce Golding got involved, requesting that both artists show unity.

The feud died down towards the end of 2009 after the two performed together at a concert in West Kingston. But Gully/Gaza still remains a topical debate in dancehall.

3. Wedding Bells : In a surprising turn of events, dancehall icon Vybz Kartel shocked fans and the music world when news broke of his marriage in 2006 to Stacy Elliott. Kartel’s decision to tie the knot sent shockwaves through the industry for many reasons including the fact that he was still involved with his children’s mother and self-proclaimed love of his life Tanesha “Shorty” Johnson. The unexpected union marked a significant moment in the artist’s personal life, sparking speculation and intrigue among fans eager to learn more about this new chapter in the life of one of dancehall’s most enigmatic figures. The couple divorced in 2008.

4. Gaza Empire : Vybz Kartel’s establishment of the Gaza Empire, a collective of artists and producers including Popcaan, Black Ryno, and Tommy Lee, played a significant role in shaping dancehall’s landscape and promoting emerging talent within the genre. In true Vybz Kartel fashion, the camp was marred by controversy, and many artists ended up leaving “the Gaza.” Several of them however, including Popcaan, still credit the deejay for their rise to stardom.

5. Skin Bleaching Controversy : Vybz Kartel’s decision to bleach his skin sparked significant controversy and debate within Jamaican society and the international community challenging traditional notions of beauty in Jamaica while raising questions about the influence of colorism and self-image within the dancehall community.

6. Clarks : There is no denying Jamaican’s love for the UK footwear brand Clarks. In 2010, Vybz Kartel’s hit single “Clarks,” featuring Popcaan and Gaza Slim, became a cultural phenomenon, celebrating and further propelling him into the international spotlight.

7. UWI Lecture : In 2011, Vybz Kartel delivered a controversial lecture at the University of the West Indies (UWI) Mona Campus, where he discussed topics such as colorism, self-image, and the music industry, offering insights into his personal experiences and perspectives.

8. Street Vybz Rum : The dancehall artiste faced criticism for his endorsement of a brand of rum called “Street Vybz Rum” with some alleging that the product promoted a culture of alcoholism and unhealthy lifestyle choices, further fueling the debate surrounding his public image and influence.

9. Teacha’s Pet : the ground-breaking reality TV show featuring Vybz Kartel, sent shockwaves through the entertainment world with its bold premise and unapologetic approach with women from all over the world vying for Kartel’s heart.

10. Legal Troubles and Ongoing Legacy : Kartel’s legal troubles, including his arrest and subsequent conviction on charges of murder in 2014, garnered widespread media attention and sparked debates about the intersection of music, crime, and Jamaican society. Despite his incarceration, Vybz Kartel’s music continues to resonate with fans worldwide, with his songs remaining fixtures in dancehall playlists and his impact on the genre enduring as a defining chapter in its history.

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In the world of dancehall music, one name has consistently echoed through the streets of Kingston Jamaica and beyond, leaving an indelible mark on the genre.

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Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Azim Palmer on January 7, 1976, in Kingston, Jamaica, is a figure shrouded in as much controversy as he is celebrated for his musical genius.

From the vibrant dancehalls to a cell's confines, Kartel's journey is a complex tale of fame, family, and legal battles that have captivated fans and critics alike.

Among his various nicknames, he is referred to as Worl' Boss or Teacha

Rise to stardom

Kartel's musical journey began in his teenage years, with his first recording 'Love Fat Woman' released in 1993 under the moniker Adi Banton.

Inspired by the legendary Buju Banton, Kartel's early foray into music was a stepping stone that would lead him to become one of dancehall's most influential figures.

His education in music and literature at Calabar High School and later at a technical college provided him with a foundation that he would use to craft some of dancehall's most poignant and provocative lyrics.

By the early 2000s, Vybz Kartel had emerged as a prominent voice in dancehall, known for his lyrical dexterity and fearless commentary on social issues.

Hits like 'Clarks,' 'Ramping Shop,' and 'Summer Time' became anthems, cementing his status as the genre's king. His ability to traverse themes from love to socio-political commentary with unmatched skill made him a revered and controversial figure in equal measure.

Feud with Mavado

A public feud between Kartel and former collaborator Mavado arose towards the end of 2006.

The feud resulted in numerous diss tracks released, in which each artist dissed the other and their associates over popular dancehall rhythms.

In a police-overseen press conference in March 2007, both Mavado and Vybz Kartel publicly announced an end to hostilities and apologized to fans.

However, by the summer of 2008, tensions flared with a renewal of "diss tracks" from each artist, and a lyrical clash between the two at Sting 2008 left mixed views as to the "winner".

Most of 2009 saw a continuation of the public feud, which dominated Jamaican media and, to a certain extent, Jamaican culture, with the two artists' factions, Gaza (Kartel) and Gully (Mavado), being adopted by Jamaican youth, in some cases leading to street violence.

On 8 December 2009, Kartel and Mavado met with the then Jamaican Prime Minister Bruce Golding in an attempt to end the feud, which had by that time fueled mob attacks in some of the inner-city neighbourhoods of Kingston

Legal battles and incarceration

Kartel's career took a dramatic turn in 2011 when he was arrested and charged with the murder of Clive "Lizard" Williams, an associate.

The case gripped the nation, with Kartel's trial becoming one of Jamaica's most high-profile legal battles. In 2014, he was convicted and sentenced to life in prison, with the possibility of parole after 35 years.

The allegations and subsequent conviction sparked widespread debate, with Kartel's fans rallying for his release, citing flaws in the legal process.

Throughout his incarceration, Kartel has maintained his innocence, and his legal team has made several attempts to appeal the conviction, albeit unsuccessfully.

However, in 2024, a successful appeal, heard by the Privy Council in London, argued that a juror accused of trying to bribe others should have been thrown off his trial.

The council therefore overturned Kartel's conviction of murder charges and it is not left to the Jamaican authorities to know whether the case will be retried.

The Privy Council serves as the highest court of appeal for Commonwealth countries.

Illness in prison

According to reports, Kartel is suffering from an autoimmune disorder known as Graves’ disease which, coupled with two alleged heart conditions has been said to be life-threatening.

The condition has left his neck and face swollen with his legal team arguing that he should get proper treatment.

Musical legacy and influence

Even behind bars, Kartel's influence on dancehall has not waned. He has continued to release music from prison, including hits like "Fever" and "Any Weather," which have dominated the airwaves. His albums, released post-incarceration, have been critical and commercial successes, proving that not even prison walls can contain his musical genius.

Kartel's ability to remain relevant and influential despite his circumstances is a testament to his artistry. He has shaped the sound and direction of dancehall music, mentoring a new generation of artists and leaving an indelible mark on the genre.

Family life and personal struggles

Behind the scenes, Kartel's personal life has been as complex as his lyrics. A father to several children, he has tried to keep his family out of the spotlight, shielding them from the controversies that have marred his career.

Despite his tough exterior, those close to him have spoken about a man who is deeply committed to his family, showing a side of Kartel that seldom makes headlines.

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Learn about Vybz Kartel’s Journey in the Dancehall Music Business Since 1993

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Vybz Kartel started his journey in the music business as a teenager with “Love Fat Woman” in 1993, at the time he used the moniker “Adi Banton” as he wanted to have a name close to Buju Banton’s name because he was popular at that time.

Vybz Kartel or The Worl Boss whose given name is Adidja Azim Palmer was born on January 7, 1976. Kartel is now a top Jamaican dancehall Reggae recording artist, record producer, entrepreneur, and he has been recognized as one of the most prolific and skilled lyricists credited with further popularizing dancehall genre.

Kartel has been popular throughout the Caribbean and his singles have caused his fame to rise, they include “Romping Shop” released in 2009, “Dancehall Hero” in 2010 and “Summertime” released in 2011.

He has collaborated with many of internationally famous hip hop and R&B artists in the past, he did music with Rihanna, Major Lazer and Jay Z, he has also collaborated with Spice and he was credited for being an inspiration for the dancehall-infused work of some of the very famous artists, such as Drake, who has mentioned Kartel as one of his “biggest inspirations” in the past.

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His fans were very disappointed when he was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of one of his associate’s Clive “Lizard” Williams. He might be eligible for parole after he has served a minimum of 35 years behind bars. Even though he has been incarcerated, Kartel releases new music constantly, he released over 50 new songs in 2016.

Vybz Kartel became famous in 2003 after he delivered a string of hits in Jamaica there was a pre-planned clash(on stage clash) at the annual dancehall stage show ‘Sting’ with Ninjaman in his hometown, Portmore.

The clash became violent and Ninjaman was assaulted, but Kartel apologized to Ninjaman and the organizers of the event for the violent scene. Both artistes eventually announced the end of all hostilities four days later at a press conference.

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He left the Bounty Killa led Alliance in 2006 and joined the Portmore Empire from his neighborhood and signed dancehall DJ’s and singers to his label.

The hard-working talented entertainer released many albums with Greensleeves Records the UK based label and also established his own label Adidjahiem/Notnice Records with Aisley ‘Notnice’ Morris, his producer, and business partner.

Popcaan, Deva Bratt, Gaza Slim, Shawn Storm, Tommy Lee, Gaza Indu, Singa Blinga, Singing Maxwell, Gaza Kim, Lenny Mattic, Lisa Hype, Dosa Medicine, Merital Family and Blac Ryno were the members he signed.

In 2008 an American businessman, Corey Todd signed an endorsement deal with Vybz Kartel for Vybz Rum. The relationship between both men became a business partnership, they launched Street Vybz Rum and Daggerin Condom.

Todd bought Asylum which was Jamaica’s most popular Night Club their weekly event “Street Vybz Thursday was a weekly event at the club.   However, a disagreement between them in 2011 ended the arrangement until they settled their differences in 2012.

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The Mavado Feud  Kartel’s departure from the Alliance close to the end of 2006 caused a feud to start brewing between him and Mavado even though they had done collaborations before.

Both artistes dissed each other in numerous tracks that were released and they had fans who were violent towards the supporters of opposite sides, as there was the Gully and Gaza divide, until there was a police-overseen press conference when both Kartel and Mavado publicly ended the ongoing war of words and apologized to the public.

After a while, the two artistes started releasing diss tracks again and in 2008 at Sting, they engaged in a lyrical clash that left fans with mixed views about which one of them was the winner.

Gaza (Kartel) and Gully (Mavado) caused the great divide and tensions flared again in 2009 and it dominated Jamaican media and culture and caused the Jamaican youth to be violent towards each other in the streets. 

The public feud between the two caused them to be called to a meeting in which the Jamaican Prime Minister Bruce Golding attempted to end the feud, as it was fueling attacks in some inner-city communities in Kingston.

David Thompson the Barbadian Prime Minister canceled a unity concert in March 2010 when both of them were scheduled to perform.

The area don Christopher “Dudus” Coke organized a concert, West Kingston Jamboree and they performed on stage together as a sign of goodwill, after their truce in December 2009.  

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Skin Bleaching       Vybz Kartel’s complexion changed over the years and this caused controversy as fans were told that he used ‘cake soap’ to wash his face.

When the manufacturers of the Soap refuted his claims, he said he planned to make more of his own soap that he was using at the time and he would be releasing them so they could be sold both locally and overseas.

Banned The Guyanese National Communications Network banned Kartel from the airwaves because his music contained obscene lyrics and brought nothing positive to the entertainment industry, this took place in September 2011. They also decided to review other songs that were done by other artistes and planned to ban them also if they were like Kartel’s.

Kartel was arrested by police on 29 September 2011, for marijuana possession. Jamaica’s Major Investigation Taskforce (MIT) later charged Vybz Kartel with the murder of a Jamaican businessman, Barrington Burton, conspiracy and illegal possession of a firearm.

In 2012, his book The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto: Incarcerated but not Silenced, co-written with business associate Michael Dawson, was published while he was still incarcerated.

Though Kartel was granted bail on March 2012 for the Burton murder he remained in jail because of his connection with a second murder, of one Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams, of Waterford, St Catherine. Vanessa “Gaza Slim” Saddler, was charged with perverting the course of justice after she allegedly claimed that Williams robbed her when she wanted to mislead the police, she wanted them to believe that he was still alive, she was charged along with Kartel. 

love journey vybz kartel

The trial was originally scheduled for January 21st, 2013, but it was postponed due to a lack of jurors, and it was rescheduled for July 11th for the same year.

A jury found Kartel not guilty of the charge of murder of Barrington Burton on July 24th but he remained in prison because of the second murder case. His trial for Clive Williams murder started on November 18th, 2013 and on March 13th, 2014, he was found guilty by the jurors of the murder of Clive “Lizard” Williams. 

The 65-day trial was allegedly the longest trial in the history of Jamaica.

After his conviction, he was sentenced to life imprisonment and would be eligible for parole after serving 35 years by Justice Lennox Campbell. There was an appeal exactly 6 years after on April 3rd, 2020 and the conviction was upheld by a three-member panel of Judges.

Vybz kartel recntly attacked Jamaica’s justice sytem via a IG post which stated “Vybz Kartel then went on to attack Jamaica’s justice system, he stated ” so criminal that the CIA consistently ranks it so HIGH in the corruption index, it’s a wonder we haven’t floated to the clouds. #Gazanation, ya hear mi? 12000+ Jcans have been murdered since September 30, 2011 but dem a worry bout Kartel. Fu**kin dunce oonu impressionable little brainwashed slaves. Dem only can brainwash butu and dunce like oonu so gwaan buy into the illusion #GAZANATION.”

With regards to Kartel’s Appeal, his lead attorney Tavares-Finson insisted that the verdict was not the worst possible outcome, and said. “The judges could’ve given us an order for a retrial which would mean another four or five years in the court system in Jamaica.”

Tavares-Finson said, “What we did not want was a retrial. It was either this verdict or an acquittal and we have gotten one of the two and we accept it, it could be worse”.

He felt confident that he and the other lawyers will get a hearing in the Privy Council and they will get it in short order.

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Paula Llewelyn, said the time it took to arrive at a verdict was based on the complexity of the case and “a lot of voluminous material”. While she was being interviewed.

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Kartel on Social Media

Vybz Kartel has been ever so present on social media via IG, the “worl’boss” also has a habit of releasing new songs on his VEVO every week, so much that one would think that he is not behind bars.

Vybz kartel has also managed to re-unite with Bounty Killer on social media however he has gained some new enemies via the social media platform after insulting several persons in the comments and posting controversial posts.

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