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Vybz Kartel and the Portmore Empire drop new single, EMPIRE Featured

Archive Written by  50 CAL Sunday, 05 June 2011 12:04 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Vybz Kartel and the remaining members of the Portmore Empire have teamed up for a high octane collaborative effort simply called 'Empire' to answer the critics and allegations of thuggery that have haunted the group over the last two weeks. With Gaza Slim singing the hook, and the top prefect Popcaan deejays: "mi no Judas so mi nah go betray' , mi no Peter weh deny the deejay. Kartel then draws a religious comparison when he deejays: "dem waan crucify mi like Jesus Christ but Addi badda than the devil so mi nah play'.
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