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Examples of "vybz"
In 2008, Kartel launched his own liquor line; Street Vybz Rum. He hosted a weekly dance party Street Vybz Thursday, at the Building, a Kingston nightclub he managed with Street Vybz Rum business partner, Corey Todd. The rum was officially distributed by Vybz Distillers Limited. The same year, he also released his own condom line, Daggerin Condoms.
He has become known for humorous songs and songs aimed at other deejays, such as "Talk", aimed at Elephant Man, Beenie Man, and Vybz Kartel, and "Ca'an Get Brown", aimed at Vybz Kartel.
The Alliance was formed in 2003 by iconic Dancehall artist Bounty Killer and close friends as 'the heavyweights'. These included Busy Signal, Wayne Marshall, Mavado and Vybz Kartel. Vybz Kartel later left after a heated dispute. The Alliance then comprised the core members and many Jamaican Dancehall artists. Serani and his production label "DASECA" is also part of the crew. Vybz Kartel now leads the Portmore empire known as the Gaza.
The 2nd official remix entitled as the "Reggae Remix," features Rasheeda, Sean Kingston, Mr. Vegas, and Vybz Kartel.
Under his label Head Concussion Records, Rvssian went on to release Tarrus Riley's hit single "Good Girl, Gone Bad" which featured Konshens, Vybz Kartel's "Lyricist" and Chan Dizzy's "Nuh Strange Face." Rvssian established his singing skills after teaming up with Vybz Kartel on various hit singles like "Straight Jeans and Fitted", Cure Fi Badmind", "Look Pon We", "Yellow Yellow" and "New Jordans."
Adidja Azim Palmer (born 7 January 1976) better known as Vybz Kartel, is a Jamaican musical artist, record producer and entrepreneur.
Album was also promoted with a mixtape, featuring remixes and collaborations. Mixtape was released later in 2004. It features a remix by Vybz Kartel for "Move Ya Body".
In 2008, Rvssian created his first rhythm "Liberty Riddim", which featured Konshens' "Ago Kill Me" and Vybz Kartel's "Nah Hold We Down."
Kirk Rhoden is a Jamaican musical recording artist better known by his stage name "Jah Vinci". He is one of the most popular musicians in Jamaican music culture and has been active since 2005, but had his first breakthrough hit in 2008 with his then mentor Vybz Kartel. He was a part of Vybz group Portmore Empire until the group disbanded in 2012. He has released several of the countries largest hits starting with the Vybz collaboration "Weh Dem A Guh" on producer Stephen Mcgregor's record which became one of the most popular songs in the Dance Hall scene at that time.
McNally released two singles from her debut album "All of Me" on Mercury Records. Her second single "Been Around the World" featured Vybz Kartel and Beenie Man.
In 2010, rumors of a dispute between Rvssian and Vybz Kartel surfaced but the two artistes were quick to dispel the reports.
The HDP Music Awards were established in 2012 by DJ Frass Vybz to celebrate dancehall performers, producers and music video directors.
Capper was a regular contributor to "The Guardian" and "The Observer" before being fired over promoting the music of Vybz Kartel.
The Teacher's Back is the studio album by singer from the Jamaica, Vybz Kartel. It was released on 18 November 2008.
The album features several solo tracks as well as collaborations with several popular artists: Jamaicans Sizzla Kalonji & Vybz Kartel, American M.O.P., Trinidadians Patrice Roberts & Nadia Madoo, Japan's Minmi.
A public feud between Kartel and former collaborator Mavado arose towards the end of 2006, stemming from Vybz' much publicized 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. In a police-overseen press conference in March 2007, both Mavado and Vybz Kartel publicly announced an end to hostilities and apologized to fans.
Vybz Kartel started his career as a teenager in 1993 with his first recording "Love Fat Woman", released on Alvin Reid's label "One Heart", using the moniker "Adi Banton", an homage to Buju Banton. 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".
In May 2012, Adidjahiem Records was shut down, citing the legal issues of owner Vybz Kartel and lack of ability to represent/promote artists as reasons for the closure. Along with former labelmate Gaza Slim, Tommy Lee Sparta started a new label called PG13, which would be run by himself until Vybz Kartel was released from jail. The label's roster notably omits Popcaan, the other major labelmate at Adidjaheim.
Rvssian rose to popularity shortly after producing Vybz Kartel's "Life Sweet" in 2010. He followed up with "Straight Jeans and Fitted"(a collaboration with Vybz Kartel), "Pull Up To Mi Bumper"(featuring Konshens and J Capri) and "Passion Whine"(featuring Sean Paul and Puerto Rican artiste Farruko) a single which was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on 3 October 2014.
After graduating from Ardenne High School, Rvssian enrolled in the Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts.It was during this period that he met Vybz Kartel through fellow producers Jordan McClure (Chimney Records)and Stephen 'Di Genius' McGregor.