VYBZ KARTEL BOOK THE VOICE OF THE JAMAICAN GHETTO

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Through this book, Kartel is signaling that the fight for change starts now. Can Vybz Kartel change Jamaica for the better from behind bars? He has vowed to and. The Voice of the Jamaican Ghetto [Adidja Palmer, Vybz Kartel, Michael Dawson] on kaz-news.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book should be. kaz-news.info: The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto: Incarcerated but not Silenced 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.


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The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto book. Absolutely in love with this book, Vybz Kartel seeks to explain what life is like for the Jamaican ghetto youths in a. Read "The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto Incarcerated but not Silenced" by As strange as this sound, I hope you do not enjoy this book. Read The Voice Of The Jamaican Ghetto by Adidja Palmer, Michael Dawson for Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. You wanted to go in and see him at all costs not because Vybz Kartel was in.

To all the people who helped to work on this book, we thank you for your efforts and your bravery in speaking up for the Ghetto against Babylon. A very special thanks to Keecha Gooch or Goochie as Addi calls you for your efforts from day one until now.

We have wanted to put a label on your hard work — researcher, editor, co-ordinator, administrator, creative director — but I guess you have done it all. This project was our toughest but we did it. Our Senior Editor, D. Paul Burke, I often wonder what it would be like to do a business venture without your advice and guidance.

Sam, thanks for opening up your business to be our office and making us feel at home. Oliver Samuels, Sizzla and all my other business partners; thanks for your support. Camille M, Jan, Aisha and the rest of the Whirlwind crew, the work has only began. It is an honourable task to be a voice for the voice less so let us do this job with the utmost zeal and vigour. There is indeed a man named Adidja Palmer in jail. The title of this Section is Preface and I am supposed to give you a little preview of what is to come in the book.

There are literary protocols to follow; a format to adhere to; appropriate words to use; an acceptable length to work within, all these rules to follow, but how do I do that? What is the protocol for what I am doing now? How are you supposed to write a Preface when your co-author is in jail, charged with double murder without being granted the human right to get bail?

What are the rules concerning that?

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Are you supposed to pretend that it is not happening or do you acknowledge it and let the reader know how you truly feel? I mean, the irony is glaring.

Addi is one of the most recognizable persons in Jamaica and his visa woes are well known — yet he is not able to secure bail when, with what little knowledge I have of the justice system, the key determinant of bail eligibility is the likelihood of the accused not turning up for trial. Now really, where is Vybz Kartel going to hide in Jamaica or how many would not recognize him at the ports?

Well, I admit, I do not have the strong will and determination like Adidja Palmer. Understand, long before we wrote this book, Addi explained to me the fear he had of the police, in fact, the first email he ever sent to me explained that he felt they were out to get him.

This is one of the things we have in common due to my childhood experiences with the police. He simply had a premonition that he was next. This book has been done for nearly a year and we kept waiting for the right time.

If Addi had a fear of Babylon before being incarcerated, imagine when certain things in this book are revealed — what is going to happen to him then?

I sent Addi a message that we can wait until he is out to publish the book — how are you going to write things critical of the police and expect them to be impartial, they are only human?

The response I got from him was that he wants to move full speed ahead and let the chips fall where they may. Yes, he may be incarcerated but his cry on behalf of Ghetto people will not be silenced.

Please do not think for a second that Addi wants to be viewed as a martyr or as one sacrificing his life for the Ghetto. No, to be clear, he is just a Ghetto yute angry at society for what it has done to poor people; he recognizes he has a voice and he is using it.

Of course, I have concerns for my own safety, for that of my family and the persons who worked on this book with me.

As an African of Jamaican birth, I act in the tradition of my people who draw on the strength of their ancestors. I remember Marcus Garvey saying that we as black men must stand up for that which is right and not be afraid of the consequences.

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I take the risk of publishing this book because of them with the hope that Jamaica and the powers that be will be forced to listen to the Ghetto people after this. Unlike Society, I do not blame you for your circumstance.

There is no shame on you. The shame, the disgrace, the dregs of society, in my opinion, is the majority of the individuals that sit in Parliament and allow this to happen. The blemish on Jamaica is those who allow big Corporations to come into Jamaica, charge poor people fees they cannot afford and whisk off billions to their home countries while poor Jamaicans suffer in deplorable living conditions unable to afford the basic necessities of life.

The nasty people of Jamaica are not the ones who do not have water to bathe or flush the toilet but are the ones who make our water system inaccessible to the poor. So it is for all of you that I write this book; the voiceless who have been victimized.

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As I deal with my own fear of repercussions, I can only apologize to my family and loved ones for the ridicule that may come to them. To my children, Kayla, Michael Jr. May Rastafari guide and keep you always. I will always be at peace that you are blessed with the best mother and grandmother that one could ever have.

Many people have wondered how this improbable collaboration came about. How could someone who is a known Garveyite collude with the Bleacher to write a book?

How did my Campion background find common ground with the Gaza? I will explain. I first met Addi, in through Ryan Gary Braithwaite a. 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. He has often been compared to Tupac and Biggie and many, including him, fear his untimely death is near but before he goes, he has teamed with Michael Dawson to write — The Voice of the Jamaican Ghetto.

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Just kidding. About Jamaican life. 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.

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And also, they just love him. They just love Vybz Kartel. And you notice most of his songs is about women.I realized what Addi was reluctant to admit; that deep down he realized he had the gift of being a lyricist and the ability to put it on a Dancehall rhythm like no one else had.

This book and its contents will bring families together. We have wanted to put a label on your hard work — researcher, editor, co-ordinator, administrator, creative director — but I guess you have done it all. He simply had a premonition that he was next. You know, the girls love that.