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- The critically acclaimed novel by Adijah Palmer and Michael Dawson
- The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto
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It was sad to record that, at the time when the book reached me, Vybz was already in custody on a murder charge. This is no way to change the ghetto, bredrin! Despite a profitable career, a goodly share of public adoration, and a satisfying family life, as he confessed, how come he's behind walls, locked away for a long time, away from his mother who he idolises, his wife and children for whom he professes great love, friends and fans who mourn? Power, someone said. Power went to his head and his head couldn't hold all the success.
Could the story have taken a different turn? Who's to tell? The question is, if he couldn't save himself, how could he save ghetto people? While I never met him, he knew my name. People have been telling me that reference to me appears in one of his songs. The tune was cut some time in ; but it was only a few days ago that I saw the lyrics.
Start Well gave Kartel the opportunity to boast about his expensive wardrobe, from designer shirts to name-brand shoes. Of the inner man, the person behind the exterior which his fans were going crazy over, little or nothing was revealed.
Barbara Gloudon couldn't help to quench her listeners' curiosity. She didn't know Kartel history either. The UWI lecture was a mixed bag of opinions, judging by the printed text transcribed and published in Vol 33, No 3 of the prestigious Jamaica Journal. At times, it read as if a scholarly hand had helped to shape the presentation.
I'm not saying he couldn't talk like intellectual. I, like others, believe it was that uncontrolled intellect which made it easy for him to end up where he is today. About his fondness for tattoos, he is quoted as saying: "I am conscious of everything that I do because I've decided to make my life pretty like a colouring book. Unless the appeal turns up trump, it's going to be a long, long life without bright colours in captivity for Adidja "Vybz Kartel" Palmer.
The front cover of the book proclaims: "Incarcerated but not silenced".
Reality or dream? The Jamaica Journal is a publication of the Institute of Jamaica. Did you see a report from Pakistan where lawyers brought a case to court accusing a nine-month-old child of attempted murder? There was even a photo of the little boy being finger-printed. How low can some people go to make money? Suggestion by an English newspaper to break the deadlock of Jamaica dragging feet on Brits' demand for acceptance of ex-convicts on completing sentence in their jails — "Pack old ship with cons and large rats. Sail to Jamaican beach. Now you can read the Jamaica Observer ePaper anytime, anywhere.
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The critically acclaimed novel by Adijah Palmer and Michael Dawson
The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto
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