Vybz Kartel Drops Off His Latest Banger "Sociopath"

Vybz Kartel is back with new heat.

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Vybz Kartel's bid to be released from prison hasn't proven to be all that successful but he's trying. And even though he's behind bars right now, he has not left the throne as the World Boss. He's been able to keep up with the evolution of dancehall music while releasing a continuous stream of music that's been touching the world even as he's been away.

The latest effort from Vybz Kartel is his vicious new banger, "Sociopath." Vybz Kartel's back on his bully on this one, straying further away from the more melodic efforts for a rougher, ragga delivery.

Though the rapper's appeal to be released was thrown out, he did receive good news recently when it was ruled that he was eligible for parole in 32 years and six months instead of 35 years.

Peep his new song below.

Quotable Lyrics
Mi rep fi country and fi down town
A Portmore mi find mi sound
Waterford, Blackford, Block Five, ever live
Deva drive, Psycho shoot bang and drop bomb
We nuh cheerleader but pompom
San Fran-Cisco do di "Thong Song"

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