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Adidja Azim Palmer (born 7 January 1976), . RRRMusic.com; retrieved 26 December 2014. . 6lyrics.com; retrieved 27 December 2014. . Musictory.com; retrieved 26 December 2014. better known as Vybz Kartel, is a Jamaican reggae dancehall musician, singer, composer, record producer, entrepreneur and convicted murderer. Among his various nicknames, he is referred to as "Worl' Boss". As summarized by Rolling Stone, he "attained folk-hero status in Jamaica with provocative lyrics, and a mischievous public persona", and "few have captivated the dancehall audience – or offended the sensibilities of its detractors –as consistently and thoroughly as Kartel."
Kartel's singles include "Romping Shop" (2009), "Dancehall Hero" (2010) and "Summer Time" (2011). Having collaborated with a number of hip hop and R&B artists such as Major Lazer, Rihanna, Jay Z, Digga D and Unknown T, he has also been credited as an inspiration for the dancehall-infused work of a number of Western artists, including Drake, who has cited Kartel as being one of his "biggest inspirations".
In 2014, Kartel was sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of his associate Clive "Lizard" Williams. He will be eligible for parole once he has served a minimum of 35 years in prison. Despite being imprisoned, Kartel continues to release new music prolifically, releasing over 50 new songs in 2016 alone.

Family

Vybz Kartel‘s first child Adidja Palmer aka Likkle Vybz was born on April 18, 2003 when Vybz Kartel was 27 years old, he is the first of three children he had with longtime common-law wife Tanesha 'Shorty' Johnson, the others are Akheel Raheim Palmer, also known as Little Addi (born December 22, 2004) and Aiko Palmer also known as World Boss Jr. Vybz Kartel has 4 more children from other relationships.https://mckoysnews.com/meet-vybz-kartel-7-children-meet-all-the-gaza-kids/
On Sunday May 17, 2020 it was revealed that Vybz Kartel's 15-year-old son Little Addi (Akheel Raheim Palmer) had a child on the way with an 18-year-old girl.https://www.loopjamaica.com/content/addi-grandaddy-kartels-teen-son-and-girlfriend-expecting-child

Career

1993–2002: Early career

Vybz Kartel started his career as a teenager . Lisa Hanna. 22 February 2017; retrieved 25 December 2017. in 1993 with his first recording "Love Fat Woman", released on Alvin Reid's label "One Heart", using the moniker "Adi Banton", as homage to Buju Banton.http://urbanislandz.com/2010/08/28/biography-vybz-kartel-aka-adijah-palmer Biography: Vybz Kartel aka Adijah Palmer , UrbanIslandz.com, 28 August 2010; accessed 25 December 2014. Palmer was later part of the three-member group "Vybz Cartel", keeping the name after the group split up, and became a protege of Bounty Killer, for whom he claims to have written nearly 30 songs, including "Gal Clown".Max, James. http://urbanislandz.com/2010/12/17/vybz-kartel-i-wrote-about-30-odd-songs-for-bounty-killer/ Vybz Kartel: I wrote about 30-odd songs for Bounty Killer . UrbanIslandz.com. 17 December 2010.

2003–2008: Rise to prominence

Vybz Kartel rose to prominence in 2003 after a string of hits in Jamaica. The year culminated in a pre-planned on-stage clash with Ninjaman at the annual dancehall festival Sting in Kartel's hometown of Portmore. The clash turned violent when Kartel's crewmembers, as well as Kartel himself, threw punches and assaulted Ninjaman onstage.Mills, Claude. Terror at Sting . Jamaica Gleaner. 28 December 2003; retrieved 26 December 2014. While Kartel's manager initially blamed Ninjaman, Kartel himself quickly apologised to Ninjaman and Sting organizers for the fracas.http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/53675_Vybz-Kartel-apologises-to-Ninja-Man--Sting-organisers Vybz Kartel apologises to Ninja Man, Sting organisers . Jamaica Observer. 30 December 2003. Retrieved 3011-3-3. Four days after the incident, the two artists appeared before the press to announce a settlement of their differences and to end any animosity.Sinclair, Glenroy; Smith, Germaine. http://jamaica-gleaner.com/gleaner/20031231/lead/lead1.html 'We were wrong' - Ninja Man, Vybz Kartel arrested and charged following Sting 'slug-fest' . Jamaica Gleaner. 31 December 2003; retrieved 26 December 2014.
From the beginning to midst of his ongoing career, Kartel released a number of albums through the UK based label Greensleeves Records, such as Up 2 Di Time, More Up 2 Di Time, and J.M.T.. He established his own label Adidjahiem/Notnice Records with his business partner and producer Ainsley "Notnice" Morris.GoodHeart, Korry. 'Not Nice', the man 'engineering' the Empire dominance in dancehall . RisingStarsTV.Net. 18 January 2010. After splitting with Bounty Killer-led Alliance in 2006, Kartel joined the Portmore Empire, a group of dancehall DJs and singers from his Portmore neighborhood that he signed to his newly founded Adidjahiem/Notnice Records. The members included Popcaan, Deva Bratt (founder), Gaza Slim, Shawn Storm, Sheba, Gaza Indu, Tommy Lee, Singing Maxwell, Singa Blinga, Lenny Mattic, Lisa Hype,http://www.yardflex.com/archives/005301.html "'Lisa Hype is no longer part of the Portmore Empire...', Vybz Kartel announces split with Lisa Hype" , YardFlex.com, 30 December 2009; accessed 26 December 2014. Gaza Kim,http://www.risingstarstv.net/profiles/blogs/gaza-kim-exits-portmore-empire Gaza Kim Exits Portmore Empire + England Town Medley . RisingStarsTV.net. 17 January 2010. Blak Ryno,http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/RHYNO_7446540 Black Rhyno leaves Portmore Empire . Jamaica Observer, 25 February 2010; accessed 26 December 2014. Jah Vinci, Dosa Medicine and Merital Family.http://www.mydancehallmadness.com/2011/06/merital-family-leave-portmore-empire.html "Merital Family Leaves Portmore Empire" , mydancehallmadness.com, 7 June 2011; accessed 26 December 2014.
In 2008, Corey Todd, an American business man, signed Vybz Kartel to an endorsement deal for Vybz Rum. The relationship between Todd and Kartel developed into a business partnership. Together they launched Daggerin Condom and Street Vybz Rum. Todd then purchased Jamaica's most popular dancehall nightclub Asylum, which became the home to their weekly event called Street Vybz Thursday.Henry, Krista. Kartel Takes Over Club . Jamaica Star. 4 February 2010. Retrieved 4 March 2011.http://www.yardflex.com/archives/003110.html Introducing ‘Daggerin Condoms’ by Vybz Kartel . YardFlex. 2 September 2008.
Street Vybz Rum production was stopped in 2011 because of a disagreement between Kartel and Todd. However, the collaboration resumed in 2012 as the two settled their differences, and despite Kartel's ongoing incarceration.

2009–present: King of the Dancehall


In 2009 his song featuring female Jamaican deejay Spice, "Romping Shop", debuted on the Billboard Top 100 Singles chart,Ramping Shop Hits The Billboard Chart . Dancehall.Mobi. Retrieved 16 February 2011. and "Dollar Sign" was in regular rotation on urban radio stations in the US.http://www.wrfg.org/features/shows/shows-desc.asp?showid=20 WRFG Radio Free Georgia . Retrieved 15 April 2011.
His 2010 single "Clarks" was one of his biggest international successes, remaining in the top three reggae singles and gaining the most radio plays in North America for 40 weeks.Clarks: De Mixtape Raw Hits Stores . Jamaicans.com. 5 January 2011. "Clarks" was also featured on the TV series So You Think You Can Dance Canada,http://www.harringtonkommunication.com/?p=978 So You Think You Can Dance - Canada (Vybz Kartel - 'Clarks') . Harrington Kommunication. 3 September 2010. and on a CNN segment on dancehall dance.http://www.thesweet7.com/2011/01/cnn-reports-jamaican-dancehall-goes.html CNN Reports Jamaican Dancehall Goes Global. The Sweet 7. 21 January 2011. When his singles "Clarks", "Clarks 2 (Clarks Again)" and "Clarks 3 (Wear Weh Yuh ClarkClarks in 2010, its sales numbers and prices in Jamaica increased considerably. In 2011, he released his own shoe line, named Addi's, as well as his own line of "cake soap", a type of soap primarily used for clothes. Cake soap is less commonly utilised for skincare, to treat skin conditions such as acne. However, Kartel's brand was intended for the purpose of skin lightening or bleaching.Henry, Krista. http://jamaica-star.com/thestar/20110107/ent/ent1.html Kartel to start own shoe brand . Jamaica Star; retrieved 25 December 2014.
MTV's Vice Guide to Dancehall featured Kartel at his weekly dance party, Street Vybz Thursday.Henry, Krista. Dancehall episode for MTV series . Jamaica Star; retrieved 26 December 2014. Vybz Kartel has also hosted his own reality television show "Teacha's Pet" on CVM Jamaica broadcast channel, the first reality television show hosted by a dancehall artist in Jamaica. The premise of "Teacha's Pet" found 20 women living in a Kingston house vying for the artist's affection; the show's lascivious content elicited condemnation of its sponsor, telecommunications company LIME. The show came to a halt with the artist's arrest on murder charges in September 2011.
In 2016, while in prison, Kartel released his most internationally successful album, King of the Dancehall, which peaked at number 2 on the US Billboard Reggae Charts. The album included the single "Fever" which topped various local music charts and became his most successful on streaming websites.
Kartel re-teamed with Kingston Story producer Dre Skull for the single "Real Bad Gal" in 2017. Two of his seven children, have continued his musical legacy, as Jaheim, also known as Little Vybz, and Akheel Raheim Palmer, also known as Little Addi, have been releasing music since 2014 as a duo known as PG 13 (also known as Kartel Sons).http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/Vybz-Kartel-s-sons-to-continue-music-legacy- In 2019, both were featured on the "Fully Gaza" riddim, on separate songs, with Likkle Vybz teaming with father Vybz on the title track "Fully Gaza", while Likkle Addi performs solo on "Dolla Sign" which interpolates portions of the chorus from his father's single of the same name, on the Goodlife riddim, from 2009.https://www.discogs.com/artist/3885536-PG13-Little-Vybz-Little-Addihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6ZXGdE-1rI
In January 2020, Kartel released a 10 track album, "To Tanesha", which was dedicated to his common-law wife and mother of his three children, Tanesha Johnson. They co-produced the album with their respective record labels: Short Boss Muzik and Vybz Kartel Muzik.
On June 26, 2020, Kartel released his fifteenth studio album, Of Dons & Divas. He also appeared on Busta Rhymes' 2020 album E.L.E. (Extinction Level Event): The Final World Front.

Arrest and imprisonment

Charges

On 29 September 2011, Kartel was arrested by police for marijuana possession. Jamaica's Major Investigation Taskforce (MIT) later charged him with the murder of a Jamaican businessman, Barrington Burton, conspiracy and illegal possession of a firearm.
While in prison in 2012, his book The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto: Incarcerated but not Silenced, co-written with business associate Michael Dawson, was published.Campbell, Curtis (2013) "Vybz Kartel's Book Offered At University - 'Voice Of The Ghetto' Gets Princeton Endorsement ", Jamaica Gleaner, 11 August 2013; retrieved 11 August 2013
Though Kartel was granted bail for the Burton murder on March 23, 2012 for JMD$3,000,000, he remained in jail in connection with a second murder, of one Clive 'Lizard' Williams, of Waterford, St Catherine. He was charged, along with two others including Vanessa "Gaza Slim" Saddler, with perverting the course of justice, after Saddler allegedly claimed that Williams had robbed her in order to mislead the police into believing that he was still alive.Mundle, Tanesha (2012) "Nov 12 trial date for Kartel ", Jamaica Observer, 30 August 2012; retrieved 1 September 2012. Kartel's trial was originally scheduled for January 21, 2013, but had to be postponed due to a lack of jurors, and was rescheduled for July 11.

Trial

On July 24, a jury found Kartel not guilty of the charge of murder of Barrington Burton. However, Kartel remained in custody pending the second murder case. His trial for the murder of Clive Williams started on November 18, 2013 and on March 13, 2014, he was found guilty by an eleventh jury-member (10-1) of the murder of 27-year-old Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams. The 65-day trial was said to have been the longest in Jamaica's history.

Conviction

On April 3, 2014, Kartel was sentenced to life imprisonment. Justice Lennox Campbell said he would be eligible for parole after serving 35 years.

Appeal

Exactly six years later on April 3, 2020, a three-member panel of judges in the Jamaican Court of Appeal reaffirmed Kartel's conviction. On April 17, 2020 the Court of Appeal reduced Kartel's parole eligibility to 32 years and 6 months, citing Justice Campbell's failure to consider time the singer had spent in jail while awaiting trial in 2014. Kartel will now be eligible for parole in 2046.

Controversies

Kartel's 2004 UK MOBO award nomination was withdrawn amidst controversy over homophobic content of his lyrics.Mobo drops 'homophobic' artists BBC News, 8 September 2004
As described by Rolling Stone, Kartel is "credited with helping to erode Jamaica’s long-held taboo against oral sex by singing about blow jobs."

Skin whitening

Kartel has come under controversy over perceived skin whitening, or "bleaching", leading him to claim the use of "cake soap" to lighten his skin.Hunter, Nadisha. Rub it out . Jamaica Gleaner. 29 December 2010; retrieved 25 December 2014.Farah. http://www.tribune242.com/hurricane/02022011_inyaear-vybz-kartel_features_pg11 Vybz Kartel under fire for skin bleaching . The Tribune (Bahamas). 2 February 2011; retrieved 26 December 2014. The Blue Power Group, Jamaican manufacturer of the popular cake soap (or "blue soap"), has refuted claims it changes skin color.Roache, Alicia. http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/business/Cake-soap-company-lightens-Kartel-s-claim_8283170 Cake soap company lightens Kartel's claim . Jamaica Observer. 12 January 2011; retrieved 26 December 2014. Kartel stated the soap used to lighten his skin was his own company brand, which he intended to release on the local market and to overseas clients.

Airwave ban

In September 2011, the National Communications Network of Guyana banned Vybz Kartel from the airwaves—the first such action against a specific artist. NCN spokesman Martin Goolsarran said his music contained "obscene lyrics" and brought "nothing positive" to the entertainment industry, on Wednesday, 21 September after a week of internal debate. He said NCN was reviewing the lyrics of other musicians and could ban them as well.

Feud with Mavado

A public feud between Kartel and former collaborator Mavado arose towards the end of 2006, stemming from Vybz' much publicised departure from the dancehall conglomerate group The Alliance. The feud resulted in numerous diss tracks released, in which each artist dissed the other and their associates over popular dancehall rhythms.Dreisinger, Baz. Reggae's Civil War Why Mavado and Vybz Kartel might be the Biggie and Tupac of Dancehall . Village Voice, 2 March 2010; accessed 26 December 2014. In a police-overseen press conference in March 2007, both Mavado and Vybz Kartel publicly announced an end to hostilities and apologized to fans.Kaylia Williams: http://www.yardflex.com/archives/001154.html Unprecedented Press Conference ends feud between Vybz Kartel and Mavado . YardFlex.com Archives, 2 March 2007; accessed 27 January 2011
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".Mavado and Vybz Kartel at it again . YardFlex.com. 22 August 2008. Retrieved 15 April 2011.Black, Francine. http://jamaica-star.com/thestar/20081229/ent/ent1.html Entertainment insiders say... STING CLASH WAS A DRAW , Jamaica Star. 29 December 2008; retrieved 15 April 2011.
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.Boyne, Ian. The Gully-Gaza war . Jamaica Gleaner. 20 September 2009. Retrieved 15 April 2011.http://jamaica-star.com/thestar/20090804/news/news1.html BEATEN FOR 'GULLY' MUSIC - Driver assaulted, householder threatened after playing Mavado songs , Jamaica Star, 4 August 2009; retrieved 15 April 2011.
On December 8, 2009, Kartel and Mavado met with 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 neighborhoods of Kingston.Prime Minister to meet with Kartel, Mavado . Jamaica Gleaner. 8 December 2009. Retrieved 15 April 2011. The two had performed together on-stage the previous night in a sign of goodwill at the West Kingston Jamboree, a concert promoted by drug lord Christopher "Dudus" Coke. After the truce in December 2009, the two artists were scheduled to perform a unity concert in March 2010 in Barbados, which was later cancelled by Bajan Prime Minister David Thompson.http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/entertainment/Mavado-Kartel-show-off-in-Barbados_7506329 Barbados PM says no to Mavado, Vybz Kartel show . Jamaica Observer. 26 March 2010; retrieved 15 April 2011.

Awards

  • 2003
    • Stone Love's 30th Anniversary
      • DJ of the Year 2005
  • 2008
    • CUMA (Caribbean Urban Music Awards)
  • 2009
    • EME Awards
      • Male DJ of the Year
      • Lyricist/Songwriter of the Year
      • Song of the Year (Romping Shop ft. Spice)
  • 2010
    • EME Awards

Nominations

  • Source
  • VIBE
  • UK MOBO awards

Discography

Albums

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  • Released: 28 October 2003
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! scope="row"Timeless
  • Released: 23 February 2004
  • Label: Freedom Sounds
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  • Label: JVC/Victor
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! scope="row"Most Wanted
  • Released: 26 May 2009
  • Label: Greensleeves
  • Format: CD, digital download
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! scope="row"Pon Di Gaza 2.0 Kartel releases Pon Di Gaza 2.0 . Jamaica Star. Retrieved 16 February 2011.
  • Released: 26 February 2010
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  • Label: Mixpak
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! scope="row"The Voice of the Jamaican Ghetto - Incarcerated But Not Silenced
  • Released: 7 July 2013
  • Label: Whirlwind
  • Format: CD, digital download
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! scope="row"Kartel Forever: Trilogy
  • Released: 15 October 2013
  • Label: Tad's
  • Format: CD, digital download
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! scope="row"Reggae Love Songs
  • Released: 3 June 2014
  • Label: Tad's
  • Format: CD, digital download
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! scope="row"Viking (Vybz Is King)
  • Released: 13 January 2015
  • Label: TJ Records/Adidjahiem Records/21st Hapilos Digital Distribution
  • Format: Digital download
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! scope="row"King of the Dancehall
  • Released: 10 June 2016"New album from Kartel ", Jamaica Observer, 15 April 2016. Retrieved 23 April 2016
  • Label: Adidjahiem Records/TJ Records/Zojak World Wide
  • Format: CD, digital download
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! scope="row"To Tanesha
  • Released: 10 January 2020
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  • Format: Digital download
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! scope="row"Of Dons & Divas
  • Released: 26 June 2020
  • Label: Short Boss Muzik/Vybz Kartel Muzik
  • Format: Digital download
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Extended plays

  • 2009: GAZA
  • 2010: Raw - EP
  • 2011: The Gaza Don
  • 2011: Colouring Book
  • 2012: Stronger We Get
  • 2012: Amsterdam
  • 2012: Mentally Free
  • 2013: Time To Be Free

Riddim Albums

Vybz Kartel has featured on more than 900 riddims/rhythms from various producers worldwide throughout his career.

Singles

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Duet
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Reggae Love Songs
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"Fever"
2016
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King of the Dancehall
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"Been Around the World" (Zena featuring Vybz Kartel)
2003
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"Pon de Floor" (Major Lazer featuring Vybz Kartel)
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Mwaka Moon
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"Royalty"
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Bad Vibes Forever
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Music of the Sun
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2005
"Bad Man" (featuring Vybz Kartel and M.I.A.)
The Cookbook
Missy Elliott
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2006
"Descarada (Dance)" (featuring Vybz Kartel)
El Mariel
Pitbull
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2007
"Colors 2007" (Reggae Remix) (featuring Vybz Kartel and Kardinal Offishall)
Sean Kingston
Sean Kingston
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2009
"Herbs Promotion" (featuring Demarco and Vybz Kartel)
Contagious
Tarrus Riley
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2009
"Pon De Floor" (featuring Vybz Kartel)
Guns Don't Kill People... Lazers Do
Major Lazer
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"Wine & Go Down" (featuring Vybz Kartel)
Year of the Dragon
Busta Rhymes
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