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Gaza 4 Life

by VYBZ Kartel

Gaza 4 Life by VYBZ Kartel

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Gaza 4 Life

by VYBZ Kartel

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Label: Tj Records
Vybz Kartel has spent his career poised on the verge of breakthrough, and Gaza for Life is no different. Tracks alternate between serious (and, of course, sexed-up) dancehall and, well, slightly more pop-leaning serious, sexed-up dancehall. But where exactly these two strains pop up is what makes this album surprising. "Turn Up the F*ck," for instance, is riddled with pop hooks, while "Freaky Girl Part 3" is actually a very sweet slow jam. But Kartel is really at his best when he sticks to the hard-rolling dancehall riddims, as on the bombastic "Tun & Wine" or the fierce "Better Can Wuk."

About This Album

Vybz Kartel has spent his career poised on the verge of breakthrough, and Gaza for Life is no different. Tracks alternate between serious (and, of course, sexed-up) dancehall and, well, slightly more pop-leaning serious, sexed-up dancehall. But where exactly these two strains pop up is what makes this album surprising. "Turn Up the F*ck," for instance, is riddled with pop hooks, while "Freaky Girl Part 3" is actually a very sweet slow jam. But Kartel is really at his best when he sticks to the hard-rolling dancehall riddims, as on the bombastic "Tun & Wine" or the fierce "Better Can Wuk."

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About This Album

Vybz Kartel has spent his career poised on the verge of breakthrough, and Gaza for Life is no different. Tracks alternate between serious (and, of course, sexed-up) dancehall and, well, slightly more pop-leaning serious, sexed-up dancehall. But where exactly these two strains pop up is what makes this album surprising. "Turn Up the F*ck," for instance, is riddled with pop hooks, while "Freaky Girl Part 3" is actually a very sweet slow jam. But Kartel is really at his best when he sticks to the hard-rolling dancehall riddims, as on the bombastic "Tun & Wine" or the fierce "Better Can Wuk."