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Mavado talks Vybz Kartel and more

Winford is Jamaica's King of Entertainment. His weekly show Entertainment Report is a must-see each Friday on CVM

I'll be honest I don't know what channel this show comes on, guessing it's the same channel but (The Rock voice) "It doesn't matter!"

First of two part;

In part 2 Mavado speaks

  • His charity in schools
  • Gully vs. Gaza fighting in schools
  • Names his favourite Vybz Kartel song
  • International collaborations with hip-hop and R&B A-list
  • Speaks to the youths

Anyone who knows me personally knows I always said Mavado will beome the biggest thing from dancehall since Sean Paul (I endorse Damian Marley but he isn't from the dancehall scene). I am proud to hear he is working with those big-name artists such as Drake and Alicia Keys and to a lesser extent Maino.

You may disagree with his controversial songs, but remember where he comes from; his mindstate reflects that. In recent times as his circumstances and experiences have changed, so has his subject matter. He deals with much more uplifting songs in comparison to when he first buss. Comes across genuine and even though he isn't the most eloquent he gets his point across well. Wish I could speak patois. He's also much more mature than Kartel. Notice Mavado addresses Kartel as Addi, whereas Kartel refuses to call Mavado anything other than "Di Barber". Shows who values the war ting more. Who remembers when Kartel used to call Mavado the singer? That all changed since he himself has become one don't?

Julian, link up the interview. Been promoting Mavado from day. Safe


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