Vybz Kartel dedicates his new single to his mother, “Thank You Mama.”
The mama anthem was produced by Jones Ave Record, the same producer behind his viral hit “Mhm Hm.” “She cook me food that make me stronger / I got to testify that mommy I love you / Gave me all woh whats the charge / She said no cost, she said I love you you / Thank you mama,” Kartel deejay over an upbeat dancehall riddim.
Vybz Kartel told his fans at the end of the summer that he would be dropping a ton of new music leading up to the holiday season and he has been making good on his promise, dropping an average of two songs per week. He currently has around three songs in the top ten dancehall songs in Jamaica right now and this new track sounds like another hit for the Gazanation deejay.
Listen Vybz Kartel new song “Thank You Mama” below.
Vybz Kartel’s “Mhm Hm” was the leading song in dancehall at least until this week when it was overthrown by Alkaline’s hot new single “Suave.” The rivalry between Kartel and Alkaline is showing no signs of slowing down and this can only means more hit songs for their respective fans. This week, the Vendetta leader seems to have the upper hand with two new singles bubbling on the dancehall airwaves.
Since it’s released a week ago, Suave clocked 1.2 million views on YouTube and around 3.5 million streams on Apple Music and Spotify. Coupled that with airplay on radio and in parties helped pushed the song to the top spot in the dancehall space in a week. Vybz Kartel’s new single “Kremlin” produced by Rvssian is also doing very well with around 850,000 views on YouTube. That song was also released the same day that Alkaline dropped “Suave” and is currently the second most listened to dancehall song over the past week.
There is currently an intense debate among dancehall fans on social media about which of the two songs is better. You can share your thoughts in the comments below.
Kartel made the strong statement in his new song “Kremlin” produced by Rvssian. Both rival deejays released new music over the weekend and fans of both sides of the divide are weighing on which one is better. In the incarcerated deejay’s new single “Kremlin,” he took shots at Alkaline in a few lines. “Who borrow me style fi know say dem owe me pon the loan / We a mega star, so everything we do it haffi show,” Kartel deejay over the Moscow Riddim.
Alkaline has been criticized for the past few years for stealing Vybz Kartel’s style. The Vendetta deejay denied the allegations and his fans have been pushing back while also accusing the Gazanation boss of being envious of Alka’s rise in dancehall. “We all know that the blind boy thief Addi style and can’t come out with a new song unless he is copying someone style,” one fan wrote.
“As a non Vendetta or Gaza fan,” one fan wrote. “A non biased ear can’t help but to be honest that Alkaline stop following Kartel and find his own cadence and flow since his last album and a whole bunch of singles. I respect Vybz Kartel but fans use the days of him following Kartel to this day to ignorantly discredit his talent. On the other hand he had to do what he had to do because of you the same fans who make it hard for any artist to catch your attention and to show their talent without some copying or controversy.”
Vybz Kartel drops two music videos last weekend, “Don’t Come Back” and “Mhm Hm.” Alkaline released a new single “Suave” that quickly became the number one trending dancehall song on YouTube.
Vybz Kartel and Rvssian teams up for a new single “Kremlin” featured on the producer’s new beat, Moscow Riddim.
For the last two months, Vybz Kartel has been dropping an average of two songs per week and almost all of them have been hits. There were some rumors claiming that the Gazanation deejay had stopped voicing for Rvssian, but that’s clearly not the case and this track pretty much respond to those critics.
“How yo mean mi naan voice for Rvssian / Yow Tarik yo hear the pu**y them,” Kartel said in the intro while laughing. “Kahira get a almanac, bet unno say Adidja a / A go run the place all when me .50, what a caliber / Higher than the Dutch inna the coffee shop / So me trick the trickster with the dove inna the magic hat
Huh, see say dem a copy cat / A no nothing that me a the prototype, the quintessential,” Kartel spits over a bass heavy beat.
Vybz Kartel also pays homage to his hometown Waterford in Portmore. Last weekend, the deejay released two music videos, “Don’t Come Back” and his viral hit “Mhm Hm.” Listen Vybz Kartel new single “Kremlin” below.
Vybz Kartel drop three music videos this weekend but perhaps the most anticipated of all of them is “Mhm Hm.”
The single went viral following its released last month and triggered a massive sales boast for oatmeal, peanuts and Suppligen in Jamaica, that’s the power of Vybz Kartel. The cut was directed by Dameon Gayle of Terminal 4 Media. Since round the end of the summer this year, Kartel released more than a dozen new singles, but this is a fan favorite. He also released another video for his single “Don’t Come Back.”
Vybz Kartel received some criticisms over the summer from some dancehall fans for not releasing enough new music. Now that he has responded to fans plea for more new material, they can’t get enough. “Mhm Hm” received close to 3.5 million views on YouTube in the first month of being released, clocking roughly 1 million views per week.
Vybz Kartel drops the visual for his catchy single “Don’t Come Back” a track where he took shots at his baby mama Shorty.
The track was produced by Vybz Kartel Muzik while the cut was directed Dameon Gayle and shot in Kingston earlier this month. The 3-minute video features two dance crews going up against each other in an epic dance-off. “Don’t Come Back” was released just over a week ago and immediately sparked some controversy over some of the lyrics which some fans think is a shot at his common-law wife Tanesha “Shorty” Johnson.
“Gyal pack up her things, fuck you / Talk ’bout me a stale news (ooh) / Gwaan then but don’t come back / When you hear Worl’ Boss got juice (ooh) / Ungrateful bitch tododooo (ooh) / Adianna and Mommy me choose (ooh),” Kartel deejay. The incarcerated deejay continues to make breakthroughs in mainstream music with one of his singles “Balle Shava” getting featured on the soundtrack for AMC’s hit supernatural action serious Preacher. Despite being locked up for the past six years, Kartel manages to maintain his presence at the top of dancehall.
A video for his new viral hit “Mhm Hm” was also shot earlier this month and will be premiered on Kartel’s Vevo channel sometime soon. Watch the video for Vybz Kartel new single “Don’t Come Back” below.
Vybz Kartel debut his new hustle anthem “All Aboard” a catchy single produced by TJ Records.
Earlier this week, the imprisoned dancehall star announced that he will be debuting the new single on Irie FM on Friday and all day yesterday DJ Wayne was spinning the new track. “Am so intriguing get the vision and wake up me do it / Run the boat spring cleaning money move hit season / Honeymoon this even no money marriage a mi dirty habit and me clean,” Kartel deejay.
“All Aboard” is also available for streaming on Apple Music. Sources inside the Gaza told us that Kartel is already prepping to drop more new music come next week. “We have more new music coming its a total dancehall domination this season stay tune,” our source said. We’re also told that the videos for “Mhm Hm” and “Don’t Come Back” will arrive sometime in the next two weeks. Vybz Kartel posted a preview of the two videos on IG yesterday hyping up his fans.
While his songs dominates the airwaves, Vybz Kartel is gearing up for his appeal trial in February of next year. The “Fever” deejay is confident that he will be vindicated of murder when his case is concluded in the appeal court.
Kartel dropped the catchy single “Mhm Hm” last month and immediately he gripped dancehall with his infectious flow. The track shot to number one in Jamaica the first day of it’s released and quickly reached three million views on YouTube in three weeks with having an official video.
The single “Don’t Come Back” arrived two weeks after “Mhm Hm” and that track too was an instant hit. “Don’t Come Back” is a track about his baby mama Shorty although Vybz Kartel never confirmed the rumors. The video for “Mhm Hm” was directed by Terminal 4 Media and produced by Jones Ave Records, who also produced the track. The clip stays true to the theme of the song. “Get the oats, mhm / Get the Supligen, mhm hm / Get the nuts, mhm / Get the nutmeg, mhm hm / Blend it up, mhm / Turn it a your head, mhm hm,” Kartel deejay.
Vybz Kartel is currently dropping around a song per week and so far almost all of them have been hits.
Vybz Kartel gave fans a preview of whats coming tomorrow when he posted a snippet of his fire new single “All Aboard.”
Dancehall HipHop previously reported that the track will be premiered on Friday by DJ Wayne on Irie FM radio. Sources inside the Gazanation camp told us exclusively that the track will be available on iTunes/Apple Music this weekend and will be a bigger hit that “Mhm Hm.” “This Friday on Irie FM tune in because DJ Wayne will be spinning this one non-stop,” sources said.
Overseas fans can also stream it Apple Music this weekend and it will likely be posted to Vybz Kartel Vevo channel. “We will have in on iTunes and on YouTube for the fans, but that will happen after the premiere on radio,” our source added. “We are excited about this song and DJs for the radio stations and selectors have been calling us non-stop to get a copy just to show you the level of interest in Vybz Kartel music right now. Just like the boss say one don.”
“All aboard all aboard, all a all aboard / All a all aboard we no frighten for things we know we can’t afford / If we want it do wa wi a hustle hard a road… / Give them somethin’ today yo a done / If yo don’t give him tomorrow you a batty man / You a pu**y yo fi dead Alright then check me round so / Mi have a thing for you as yo forward yo get bam bam bam,” Vybz Kartel deejay over a dancehall beat produced by TJ Records.
The single “All Aboard” was produced by TJ Records, who has been working with Kartel from before prison. The deejay and the producer are also working on a major project which will likely be released in the coming months. Since around the end of the summer, the incarcerated deejay has been dropping at least two songs per week and showing no signs of slowing down.
Vybz Kartel is far from being done dropping new music. The aced dancehall star will be dropping a new song “All Aboard” this Friday.
Kartel has been dropping around two songs a week since around the end of August and he is showing no signs of slowing down. Our Gaza sources told us that a major project is on the way but in the meantime, fans can enjoy a regular supply of new singles. “We are working on a big project, some big, much bigger than any previous album Worl’Boss release,” sources said. “Look out for a new banger this Friday on premiere on Irie FM.”
The incarcerated deejay also announced the new single “All Aboard” on his Instagram page. The track was produced by TJ Records, who is also the producer behind his new project. The track will be premiered by DJ Wayne on Irie FM on Friday afternoon. “LISTEN NOW.. You either ON the boat with the ballers n b**ches… or you UNder the boat with the sharks n fishes! #Dj Wayne premier this Friday on #IRIEFM ALL ABOARD ALL ABOARD,” Vybz Kartel wrote.
Kartel currently has two of the hottest songs in dancehall, with “Mhm Hm” and “Don’t Come Back” racking up the views on YouTube. The song “Mhm Hm” has already amassed three million views in three weeks, clocking around a million a week.
Vybz Kartel single “Mhm Hm” is the hottest new single in dancehall currently and has already hit three million views in less than a month.
It’s been three weeks since Vybz Kartel drop the infectious new single and already it’s the most popular song in dancehall both in Jamaica and overseas. The track is currently clocking around a million views on YouTube per week and showing no signs of slowing down. Kartel’s team is currently shooting the visuals for the song which will arrive later this month.
“We are shooting that video now so you can expect it late October,” sources told Dancehallhiphop.com. “The video will be fun just like the single is fun and catchy. Right now ‘Mhm Hm’ is the most requested song in parties and on radios. You can say that this will be the biggest dancehall song of the year. No other have a song that gain so much traction so fast this year.”
Aidonia fans might not agree with that assessment since his single “Yeah Yeah” is also a monster hit this year and gain a lot of traction in dancehall very fast.
Vybz Kartel currently has a grip on dancehall with his new single “Mhm Hm” and now Foska Oats and Suppligen are getting a big sales boost from the single.
Since dropping the single last month, “Mhm Hm” became an instant hit for Vybz Kartel and a couple lines in the single got corporate Jamaica beaming. “Get the oats, mhm / Get the Supligen, mhm hm / Get the nuts, mhm / Get the nutmeg, mhm hm / Blend it up, mhm / Turn it a your head, mhm hm / Get a gyal and just go get your children,” Karyel deejay over a beat produced by Jones Ave Records.
Dancehall fans have been posting images of their Foska Oats and Suppligen on Instagram in reference to the lyrics of the song. “Right now Foska and Nestle owe Vybz Kartel millions for this big sales boost,” a rep for the incarcerated deejay told Dancehall HipHop. “The only reason why corporate Jamaica is not going for Kartel right now is because he is behind bars. This is the one man who can get your products sell and they know that, but hopefully we can win this appeal and make the boss do road.”
Back in 2009, Vybz Kartel triggered a massive boost in sales for Clarks shoe when he released a song titled “Clarks” with Popcaan and Vanessa Bling. That track went on to become a massive global hit for the deejay and triggered the biggest growth in sales that the British shoe brand has ever seen. Unfortunately, it didn’t earn him any endorsement deal from Clarks, but it was enough to push him to launch his own ventures such as a line of rum and other products like condoms and deodorant.