|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Picture This||2||Audio||2004||Black House Records (2)|
|2||Tattoo||2||Audio||2004||Purple Skunk Records|
|4||Visa / F.I.R.E. (QV Weaver Mixes)||2||Audio||2003||40/40 Productions|
|5||That Shape / Pop It Off||2||Audio||2004||New York! New York!|
|6||Special Place / Gal Gone A Lead||2||Audio||2004||New York! New York!|
|7||Prison Life / Hooked On Your Love||2||Audio||2003||South Block|
|9||Real Deal / It's On||2||Audio||2004||Black House Records (2)|
|10||Goodas / See It Deh||2||Audio||2005||South Rakkas Crew|
|11||Kill Bill / Can't Live Without You||2||Audio||2002||Germaican Records Jamaica|
|12||I Neva||2||Audio||2005||Don Corleon Records|
|13||Too F*cky F*cky||2||Audio||2005||Don Corleon Records|
|15||Tight||2||Audio||2004||Golden Cartel Records|
|17||Buss It Up||3||Audio||2006-11-00||679 Recordings|
|18||Fish & Chicken||2||Audio||2001||Butler Brothers|
|19||Money Fi Spend / Tight||2||Audio||2007||Big Ship|
|20||One Phone Call Away||2||Audio||2006||Big Ship|
|21||Sweet To The Belly / Everybody Remixes||2||Audio||2005||Champion Sound Records|
|22||High Altitude||2||Audio||2006||Don Corleon Records|
|23||Fiance / Full Up The Party||2||Audio||2004|
|24||Soul Survivor RMX||2||Audio||2005||Music World Entertainment|
|25||Like This RMX||2||Audio||2007||Dual Track Muzik|
|26||What A Bwoy Can Chat||2||Audio||2008-05-00||Big Ship|
|27||Up 2 Di Time||16||Audio||2003||Greensleeves Records|
|28||Emergency / Call The Ambulance||6||Audio||2005||Greensleeves Records|
|29||Good Buddy||2||Audio||2006||South Rakkas Crew|
|30||Gun Session||2||Audio||2006||Obsessed Records|
|31||Stress Free||2||Audio||2004||357 Records|
|33||More Life (Remix) / Best Friend||2||Audio||2006||House Of Element|
|34||Up 2 Di Time||18||Audio||2003||Greensleeves Records|
|35||The Teacher's Back||25||Audio||2008-11-19||Victor|
|36||The Prayer/ Flip And Flop||2||Audio||2007||Pure Music Productions|
|37||Money Over War / Hot Stepper||2||Audio||2006||WhiteLabel (3)|
|38||Buy Out The War||2||Audio||2004||Fat Eyes Records|
|39||Mofraudo||2||Audio||2007||Black Chiney Records|
|40||Math Class||2||Audio||2006||Black Chiney Records|
|41||Breast Specialist||2||Audio||2004||357 Records|
|42||Move Ya Body / Foolish||2||Audio||2006||New Kid, The|
|43||Time Served||54||Audio||Not On Label|
|45||Come Breed Me||2||Audio||2009||Big Ship|
|46||Forbidden Dance||2||Audio||2005||Danger Zone (3)|
|48||Ramping Shop (Jungle Remix)||3||Audio||2009||VIP Dubz|
|49||Money And Gal||2||Audio||2002||CJ Records|
|50||Friend Of Mine / Mad Dem||2||Audio||2003||Mo' Music Productions|
Born January 7, 1976 in Kingston, Surrey, Jamaica, Vybz Kartel is a multiple award winning Jamaican dancehall artist, lyricist and entrepreneur.
Growing up in Portmore, he would practice with neighborhood sound systems Soul Signal and Electric Force, and in 1993, Adijah, now in his late teens, recorded his first single "Love Fat Woman" for Alvin Reid's [l=One Heart] Label under the name Adi Banton, a name he chose in tribute to [a=Buju Banton] who was one of his role models.
He recorded several more tracks for local producers until 1996 when he and two friends, Mr. Lee and a singer called Escobar, decided to form a group. After watching a movie about Pablo Escobar and his infamous cartel, Adijah came up with a name for his trio: Vibes Cartel. Unfortunately some time after, the group broke up due to internal frictions leaving Adijah again to continue alone. Adijah choose to keep the name of the group changing the C to K in Kartel and adopting the moniker [b]Vybz Kartel[/b].
In 1998, after performing at the Champions In Action stage show in his hometown of Portmore, Vybz linked up with [a=Bounty Killer]. His new role as Killer’s protégé attracted attention from the public, and he progressed to collaborations with Bounty Killer such as "Gal Clown" and "Girls Like Mine (Liquid Riddim)". He then released on his own early hits such as "Gun Clown, Guns Like Mine (Trafalga Riddim), Badman (Panty Raid Riddim), Bus Mi Gun Like Nuttn, Most High (Mexican Riddim) and War Organizer (Clappas Riddim)". He also had a string of collaborations with Wayne Marshall, such as "New Millennium (Mad Antz Riddim), Why (Krazy Riddim) and Why Again (Good To Go Riddim)". This debut led to Vybz Kartel being crowned Deejay Of The Year at Stone Love’s 30th Anniversary, 2002.
Kartel has already had several collaborations with international hip-hop and pop stars. In terms of singles sold, he has had the second-best year on the reggae charts for 2003 (outsold only by [a=Elephant Man]) and has released 2 albums for UK/US based label [l=Greensleeves Records].
On April 3, 2014 Vybz Kartel sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Clive 'Lizard' Williams in August 2011.
Father of [a3885536].