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I just got around to reading this book by Adidja Palmer aka Vybz Kartel World Boss I World Boss I when he first came out as a Dancehall deejay The whole scene was excited Others were outraged by his badman songs and slack tunes which pushed the boundaries of freakiness He also however was nown for his amazing lyrics one of the best ever He wrote this book after he was imprisoned on a murder conviction which he challenges case is still being argued I am amazed at Vybz intelligence and his breakdown of the real Jamaica beyond the tourist ads He denounces the corrupt political parties that have ept Jamaicans divided He even asserts his understanding of Black history He also broke down the reasons he does not like Christianity It is not a book for readers who are caught up in the tourist image of Jamaica I am a fan but this adds to my respect for him Vybz has been a devil to some denounced as a lord of darkness even Sizzla Chronixx Sean Paul and Mutabaruka have all denounced him Yet Lee Scratch Perry the legendary dub reggae producer and Buju Banton have both declared Vybz the best deejay ever He has made an influence on Jamaican music comparable to that of Bob Marley and is still as of 2021 making music behind bars This book shows why Vybz is nown as The Teacha I actually did a bars This book shows why Vybz is nown as The Teacha I actually did a on it for schoolGREAT BOOK LOVE IT I really enjoyed this book as we got to see the man behind the entertainer He talks about many things that don t just affect Jamaica but are taking place all over the world in areas where there is poverty this is a really good book that uestions is a really good book that uestions things about deprived areas and also looks into how these problems we face in society can be solve Free Adidjah Palmer Very good perspective and very intelligent man Adidja Palmer gives the reader a history and current affairs lesson from the eyes of a ghetto youth in Jamaica He uses his lyrics from his songs to guide the reader to the rationale for his music by positioning the reader into every day life in the Jamaican gaza This book enlighten me to a lot of Jamaica s history culture and societal behavior It has really pr. As strange as this may sound I hope you do not enjoy this book I hope it disturbs you I hope after reading you realize there is something wrong with Jamaica that needs to be fixedI hope you will never look at a ghe. .


Kartel breaking it down to this degree from someone who has lived it and seen the highs and lows of life in Jamaica brought some things into perspective I never really listened to Kartel s music because it wasn t for me He highlighted many social economic even relations issues that need to be seriously addressed for our people to evolve from this way of being starting from the topI got to see the other side of this man that I hope will help to bring about some changes There s no reason Jamaica should be facing this much poverty with s no reason Jamaica should be facing this much poverty with the natural resources we have Please read and if you are in any position to move this country forward please put your two cents inOne Love This Book is the truth about the deplorable living conditions of poor people in Jamaica and the abuses they are living withAnd it s similar to the life of many poor people lives in the cities of the USA in the 60 s and 70 s and even today It breaks my heart in many ways But as a Christian it confirms what the Bible says that man have ruled man to his injury But thankfully our God Jehovah cares about all people and by means of his ruled by h As a Peace Corps volunteer in an inner city Kingston community from 2002 2004 I witnessed his ruled by h As a Peace Corps volunteer in an inner city Kingston community from 2002 2004 I witnessed of the issues that Kartel discusses firsthand His book is well written and gives an honest commentary on Jamaican society and the Jamaican ghetto While Kartel points out the many ways in which the government society and Babylon need to reform their ways he also points out how inner city residents themselves need to work as agents of change I now very little about the conditions of Kartel s arrest and I m not the biggest dancehall fan but as a book that tackles the issues faced by the Jamaican ghetto this is an excellent read and will hopefully be a call to action especially for those at the highest levels of government and society I stumbled across this book and decided to give it a read and i am so glad i did It has ept my attention all through and educated me on the political state of Jamaica Excellent reading gives the opportunity to understand the struggle of the disadvantage. Less' or badMost importantly I hope that you will not only hear but listen to the voice of the ghetto I end in the words of Marcus Garvey One God One Aim One Destiny one Love Until we meet again I remain yours trul. ,

The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto: Incarcerated but not SilencedOven the old saying don t judge a book by its cover The themes are very similar to many Caribbean countries such as Trinidad and Tobago and therefore while reading I was CONSTANTLY SHAKING MY HEAD AND SAYING shaking my head and saying is as if he is describing Trinidad and Tobago Overall I enjoyed this book Throughout all the years I have been listening to Kartel s music I was not aware of the nowlege he possessed outside of Dancehall music I always believed that he possessed a high level of intelligence however based on his lyrical ability The novel just Clarified The Issues That the issues that new were part of Jamaica s economic woes He shed s light on the problems that face a vast majority of the population that is not born into wealth The dynamics of the government definitely needs to be diversified in order for the country to strive and become a powerful nationSadly Jamaica will shun the information in the book until they are placed with their back against the walls and the people demand change He gave a 10 step summary on how Jamaica can turn everything around but it needs to be approved with an open Very insightful into the corruption of the Jamaican Government This artist offers a uniue perspective on why and how the Jamaican Government is supressing the people of Jamaica and making it very difficult for these youths to come out of the slums and become productive members of society Its terrible such a beautiful country such a beautiful race of people are having such troubles and the Government is not providing essentials to these children It will really make you thankful to be in the USA Dope book I just wish it was available in physical format too This book is like a history and present day recollection that I m truly happy to have bought It s in the words of a big brother speaking to his siblings a father for his children a son for his mother a lover for his woman as well as an advocate speaking on behalf of his peopleI a Jamaican new that the ghetto existed and that people suffered I wasn t brought up in a wealthy house and I was raised by my grandmother and aunts I lost my mom at age 12 but honestly. Tto person the same again I hope you will never see a young girl in a compromising position with an older man and not uestion what is going on I hope you will never see a young man in jail and write him off as 'wut.

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