According to my friends over at The Jamaican Gleaner, “Controversial Jamaican artiste Vybz Kartel gave a lecture on March 10 at the University of the West Indies. In his talk, he spoke about his life, skin bleaching and being a role model. ”
The lecture was titled, “Pretty as a colouring book; My Life. My Art” Interesting!
Peep the two videos below, courtesy Dancehall Mobi.
Here are the winners of the EME Awards:
Deejay of the Year — Male: Vybz Kartel
Deejay of the Year — Female: Tifa
Vocalist of the Year — Male: Tarrus Riley
Vocalist of the Year — Female: Etana
Producer/Label of the Year — Dancehall: Ainsley ‘Notnice’ Morris
Producer of the Year — Reggae: Donovan ‘Don Corleon’ Bennett
Best New Artiste — Male: Popcaan
Best New Artiste — Female: Denyque
Duo/Group of the Year: Voicemail
Biggest Comeback Artiste: Future Fambo
Song of the Year — Dancehall: Clarks
Song of the Year — Reggae: My Life— I-Octane
Album of the Year: Pon di Gaza 2.0— Vybz Kartel
Cultural Artiste of the Year: Tarrus Riley
Breakthrough Artiste of the Year: I-Octane
Singjay of the Year — Male: I-Octane
Sometimes revisiting the past can be a very painful experience, however, ever so often, it’s good to reflect on how far you’ve come. Pain don’t last always. So if you’re going through now, just give God thanks in advance, because you’re doing just that…passing through! Love ya!
The ultimate objective in life should be to please God & your family, treat the earth well and leave a positive and prosperous legacy for your children. With that said, try NOT to live to please people. Temporal, seasonal & conditional players in life should never overshadow the ones that are here for life! What you for?
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