This book should be read by every Jamaican and any person who is interested in the real Jamaica. Not the Jamaica on travel ads but the real Jamaica. Kartel. Want to know our Editors' picks for the best books of the month? . Not a Vybz Kartel fan, but he writes a good narrative of the way things are in Jamaican. Can Vybz Kartel change Jamaica for the better from behind bars? At the time of publishing this book, Vybz Kartel remains in custody at the Horizon Remand.

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Vybz Kartel's Book. 14K likes. THE VOICE OF THE JAMAICAN GHETTO Internationally acclaimed book by by Adidjah Palmer & Michael Dawson Endorsed by. Looking for a book by Vybz Kartel? Vybz Kartel wrote The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto: Incarcerated but not Silenced, which can be downloadd at a lower. Absolutely in love with this book, Vybz Kartel seeks to explain what life is like for the Jamaican ghetto youths in a clever way of using his songs to depict this.

According to his merchandising manager at Whirlwind Entertainment group Limited, Aisha Stewart, Jamaican stores and readers who have condemned the book are 'being judgmental', arguing that it done well internationally. Stewart, who holds the responsibility of dispersing the books to stores globally, also said that many local stores have rejected the book without having any knowledge of its content. A lot of orders are coming from the European side. I have friends who have also expressed that the books should be in the schools. A few local stores have said they don't want the book in their stores because it's Vybz Kartel and he is a bad person," she added. According to Stewart, the action of some store owners reflect a narrow way of thinking. Just because you don't like the person and the situation, you are fighting the book. You have to be open-minded, pick up the book and read it because we are not gods, and only God should judge us," Stewart said.

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The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto: Incarcerated but not Silenced

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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 proven 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, " wow! Overall I enjoyed this book. Paperback Verified download. This is a well informed and engaging read.

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I love the way it is structured by analysing the content of his lyrics. Kartel touches on every subject affecting Jamaican people -not just ghetto youths. From crime, politics, economy, the treatment of women, fatherless children, racism and abuse - Kartel voices his opinions with passion, realism and poignancy.

This is a must read for Jamaican black men. He has gained my respect in a way no other reggae artist could. While I may not agree with all his views, I appreciate him starting tge debate about tge future for ghetto people. Unlike any other reggae artist since Bob Marley he has used his talent and voice to create controversy and questions. I read it in three days and it inspired me a lot. Thank you Adidja Palmer.

Kartel has always said to expect the unexpected. Can Vybz Kartel change Jamaica for the better from behind bars? Whilst doing this, he has been summoned to Jamaica House by the Prime Minister, invited to the podium of esteemed Universities by learned professors and brought to West Kingston by the man known as the "President of Jamaica," Christopher 'Dudus' Coke, to show the people the unity between him and his rival Movado.

This was all accomplished while being banned from entering or having his music played in several countries. Naturally he has become the man that Jamaica loves to hate and the person that many hate that they love.

At the time of publishing this book, Vybz Kartel remains in custody at the Horizon Remand Centre having been charged with two murders along with multiple other criminal offenses. However, Kartel has vowed not to be silenced and has used this book as a medium to expose what, he believes, has been the societal ills, injustices and suffering endured by his people — the people of the Ghetto.

This book should be read by every Jamaican and any person who is interested in the real Jamaica. Kartel exposes some political secrets, other issues that are so taboo that they have been swept under the rug and downright lies told by politicians.

The Voice of the Jamaican Ghetto

Palmer and his co-author both confess that they anticipate consequences from the powers that be for daring to write this book and exposing all to the masses. Email us your pics at realworlbossfans vybzkartel. Just kidding. About Jamaican life.

The critically acclaimed novel by Adijah Palmer and Michael Dawson

Why do you think he is such a compelling figure? Well, two things.

First, nobody stepped up to the plate. Nobody stepped up to the plate.

And he has a fan base worldwide that just loves him. Well, not a year ago. And also, they just love him. They just love Vybz Kartel. And you notice most of his songs is about women. You know, the girls love that. And he also thrives from controversy.

He will take something and turn it around and twist it so he will look good.

He loves that. He loves controversy. Curtis Campbell, Gleaner Writer The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto, a book authored by controversial dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel and his business associate Michael Dawson, is still going places despite receiving some amount of resistance locally.

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