Vybz Kartel issued some strong words for Sheba over her claims about not getting royalties. Popcaan has also gave his two cents on the matter. The Worl’Boss has not taken kindly to Sheba, whose real name is Tasheba Campbell’s claim that she’s never been given any royalties from him for their hits “Like Christmas” and “You and Him Deh.” Vybz Kartel had this direct response for Sheba on Instagram, “Mi nuh want no bwoy or gyal inna mi d.m. a tell mi abut dem a look ah bus. S*ck unuh mada & go wul a taxi. Kill mi want kill unuh Ungrateful p**sy.” He added: “Sorry fi mongrel dog.”Vybz Kartel respond to Sheba on Popcaan Agrees With Him 2020
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TWISt and Turn, the lead single from Popcaan’s latest project Fixtape, enters the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart at number 50. It is his first entry on that chart.
Twist and Turn – which features Canadian acts Drake and PartyNextDoor – makes moves on Billboard’s Rhythmic Songs chart, zipping from 37 to 32.
Popcaan is the third Jamaican within the last 12 months to feature on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.
Toast by Koffee reached 47 in September 2019, while in May 2020 Skip Marley’s Slow Down featuring H.E.R rose to six.
Over in the United Kingdom, Popcaan is enjoying success on the Official Charts Top 100 as Come Over, his collaboration with British singer Jorja Smith, climbs from 39 to 37.
On the stream-driven Billboard Reggae Albums chart, Legend by Bob Marley and the Wailers reigns at number one for a 42nd week. Best of Shaggy: The Boombastic Collection by Shaggy holds steady at number two, while Dutty Classic Collection by Sean Paul is in the third spot.
At four is the long-charting World on Fire by Stick Figure, while Greatest Hits by UB40 is five. Popcaan twists, turns on Billboard 2020
The St Thomas-based dancehall artiste is one of the most talked about acts since the start of the year. He currently has three songs bubbling on the radio and in the dancehall. They are Government, Hilltop Badness and Hillside.
Chronic Law shared challenging it was for him to get a foothold in the industry.
“For an artiste like me, based in St Thomas, the only difficulty has been the distance to travel to and from Kingston to get things done. Nothing comes easy, and any parish you’re in you just have to work hard and smart with faith and believe in yourself,” he told Jamaica Observer’s Splash. Chronic Law – BloodLine 2020
This album is crazy good I love every songs on it. Vybz kartel is the best dancehall artist and this album deserves a Grammy. If you listen to this album you can here the truth in it, he not speaking about things that don’t make no sense, he’s actually talking about things that is going on in this world, and he’s touching on everything that we all can relate to in some way shape are form. Really great album well done WORLD BOSS. Album Of Dons & Divas 2020
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Verzuz battle Beenie Man and Bounty Killer After their historic Verzuz battle on Instagram Live, both Beenie Man and Bounty Killer have registered a bounce in sales of their individual singles. Since the climax of the clash on the two-hour live stream, there has been mushrooming interest in both artistes as more than 450,000 people tuned in to see.
Beenie Man and Bounty Killer
Since the climax of the clash on the two-hour livestream, there has been mushrooming interest in both artistes as more than 450,000 people tuned in to see them perform on Saturday – including Barbadian singer Rihanna, music mogul Diddy, and Jamaican Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt.
There have been several thousand mentions on Twitter and IG, glowing editorials in music magazines and national newspapers, brutally comic parodies, sarcastic memes (read Beenie Man’s beer belly) and best of all, a gentle explosion in sales.
Beenie Man’s ‘Girls Dem Sugar‘ featuring Mya , released June 29, 2000 is at #19, and the original, released with just Beenie’s vocals in 1996, is at #87. When it was first released, this single peaked at #13 on the UK Top 100 charts and also peaked at #54 on the Billboard Hot 100 on December 2, 2000
One of Beenie Man‘s most popular and controversial singles, ‘Who Am I’, which was released December 9, 1997, is now at #24 on iTunes reggae chart. When first released, ‘Who Am I’ was a worldwide hit which peaked at #10 on the UK charts and peaked at #40 on the Billboard Hot 100 on May 22, 1998.
Popping up at #31 is the single, ‘Romie‘ from the Best of Beenie Man album, released January 1, 1996.
Bounty Killer’s chart-topping ‘Living Dangerously’ combination with Barrington Levy clocks in at #32. It was released on the ‘Nah No Mercy’ album on September 17, 1996.
Beenie Man’s ‘King of the Dancehall’, released July 24, 2004, from the eponymous album is at #37 while Bounty Killer’s ‘Look’, released January 1, 1999 from the ‘Nah No Mercy’ album is at #38.
Beenie Man’s ‘Dude’, released January 27, 2004 is at #58 on the iTunes 100 chart. ‘Dude’ is Beenie Man’s highest charting single on the UK charts, clocking in at #7, and peaking at #26 on the Billboard Hot 100 on June 12, 2004.
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One of the most popular dancehall DJs of the late ’80s and early ’90s, Ninjaman was also perhaps the most controversial, thanks to his often violent, progun lyrics. His bad-man image overshadowed the fact that he was a hugely talented freestyle lyricist, and the owner of a theatrical, stuttering delivery that made him a highly distinctive toaster. What was more, he did delve into social commentary at times, protesting war and the harsh realities of ghetto life rather than glamorizing their attendant violence. By the late ’90s,
Alkaline may have fired subliminal shots at incarcerated deejay Vybz Kartel in his latest track, ‘ Nah Fi Like’, but instead of releasing a diss track of his own, the ‘Worl’ Boss’ has been opting to let his catalogue speak for him. In a number of posts made to the deejay’s page, the account holder has been showing off Kartel’s streaming numbers on YouTube, which show Alkaline lagging behind on the 2020 charts Vybz Kartel is the streaming king – Deejay tops local numbers with arch-rival Alkaline trailing
During THE STAR‘s research, it was also discovered that over the three-month period for 2020, Dancehall & Reggae superstar Vybz Kartel amassed a total of 101 million plays on YouTube. That number reflects the number of times the artiste’s songs were viewed in different countries.