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Album Review

Vybz Kartel is quickly becoming a major player in the stables of Greensleeves Records and producer Donovan "Vendetta" Bennett. In fact, his star is rising fast enough that his label saw fit to reissue his debut album shortly after it came out, adding five new tracks. When he contributes to compilations and rhythm albums, Vybz Kartel can be counted on to provide highlight tracks — his confident flow, effortless speed of delivery and occasional sly glibness ("You're bossy like British hierarchy," he chides a woman on "Live U life") — are all very impressive. Unfortunately, he undercuts his talent by falling back too often on lowest-common-denominator slackness, resorting to by-the-numbers dirty talk when he's capable of much more. That said, he makes easy work of the "Kasablanca" rhythm on his fine "Badda Dan Dem," engages in several winning combination tracks with Wayne Marshall, the best of which is "Why You Doing It," and gets dark and interesting on both "A.K.A." and "Who Knows"." Not bad at all.

Biography

Formed: 07 January 1979 in Portmore, Jamaica

Genre: Reggae

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A controversial figure and a superstar in his homeland of Jamaica, Vybz Kartel was hailed as one of the leading new artists to emerge from the dancehall scene following the release of his 2003 debut album, Up 2 Di Time. Born and raised in the Waterford district of Jamaica, Kartel was only 12 when he released his first single, "Fat Women," under the name Adi Banton. In 1996, he formed Vibes Cartel with his friends Mr Lee and Escobar, but the group quickly dissolved. Vybz would keep the group's name...
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