Tory Lanez – Hate To Say Lyrics

[Verse]
I find it funny how niggas start talkin’ money
I’m livin’ lovely, apartment far from the bunjee
I remember us livin’ not too far from the junkies, the flunkees
That tried to punk me on corners but never sonned me
I swear, in this bitch, yeah I’m killin’ this year
Them boys hated, they gon’ feel it this year
I bought a ‘Rari, I only drove in it once, I’m movin’ different this year
I’m leavin’ thousands, talkin’ millions this year
When niggas really talkin’, talkin’ over, talk it over
Renegotiate and make the play and they cough it over
I crossed over like Iverson when he dropped the shoulder on Jordan
The feelin’ more than the sport when you winnin’ fuck how they feelin’
The feelings got left aside, I told them to step aside
I’m rarely eatin’, I’m orderin’ more extra size, you know me
‘Round the block, glovers spittin’ them hot flows
My sense smells like Michelle was touchin’ Barack’s clothes
Presidential, the flow is so evidential
At the clearport customs, I barely show my credentials
Don’t need it tinted, I want you to know who’s in it
Had me offended last time that I walked in the Holt Renfrew
Let’s break it down for ’em
Account this, if every show is a 100 thou’ for him
Then that mean, a hundred minutes on stage will equal a 100K
That’s one thousand a minute, so please don’t get offended
If I walk inside a store and spend 35 in it, ’cause to me, that’s just 35 minutes
Land in Jamaica, sip on a Guinness and get it
Who wanna witness, my nigga? I’m really sick with the shiznit
I brought big Poppy out at the SumFest
Sean Kingston watched it from the side stage
I made triple the advance that he had gave me in my first year
45 minutes of me on stage and I’m not amazed, I think the tables turnin’
I think you learn from the bridge you burn when you see it burnin’
I think you learn from the world when you see it turnin’
I went from being a server to being this platinum deserver, you feel me?
Did a song with Meek Milly, called it “Litty”
Really I just did that shit for the city in love with Philly
God, this chinchilla fur on me, just in case it gets chilly
Burner on my side pocket, just that’s incase you get illy out here
Me and Travis Scott almost fought at the Mala Luna
We both agreed shortly after that it was music
We could be possibly doin’ that bigger than tryna ruin it
So my apologies, nigga, just forgive me for doin’ it
History made in New York City, we called a truce at the tower
I only brought a couple niggas with me
The beef was finished as soon as we took the picture, the world was watchin’
The attention in the industry started shiftin’ to me
Lord forgive ’em, Lord forgive ’em, I was trippin’ all the time
I spit subliminal dissin’, just tryna rip shit
Not realizin’ if I took the time to kick it, and me and Drake, man, them bridges would probably equal to winnin’
Got the hardhead flow, money comin’ in so thick
Them niggas call it hard bread dough
I’m in this all red four seater, I’m leanin’ like the ’06 fours
I said I’d stop freestylin’ but fuck it, oh well
A nigga flow so well, I’m like a samplin’ kit
Give a fuck ’bout who get pissed about by samples and skits
Niggas mad I’m remixin’ they shit
Fuck out of here, nigga, stop being a bitch
I think it’s time we cut the silence by niggas that’s talkin’ violent
Speak of silence and give ’em coffins and violins playin’
R&B niggas with Sisqó haircuts, wildin’ and stylin’
They dissin’, guess they just tryna go viral, I feel ’em
This your favorite song, this gon’ be your favorite song
‘Cept when I say it, it’s really the people’s favorite song
You did a vid diss in a flex i8
I could’ve flexed a ‘Rari or Wraith, but nigga, I ain’t
Instead, I bought my house the other day, I’m flexed in the paint
Real estate, I’m property shoppin’, bitches probably watchin’
Got the Gadget-Go flow, Nobu and So-Ho
I’ve been crossed by some niggas I used to go toe-to-toe for
Blow for blow flow, sick enough to eat a blowfish
G5 jet playin’ Go-fish, eatin’ gold fish
Just for the record, I did this shit for the hopeless
Just drove a Rolls through the hood on the corner where I was homeless
It’s Fargo

Vybz Kartel Right Hand Sikka Rymes Disses Popcaan “No Gaza/Unruly Peace”

Seems there will be no peace between Popcaan and Vybz Kartel anytime soon.

Earlier this week, Tommy Lee Sparta visited Kartel in prison signaling that the two have officially made peace. Sparta with Kartel’s right hand man Sikka Rymes going inside GP where they spent a few hours with the Gazanation boss. Sources told DancehallHipHop that the link up was Sean Kingston’s idea after he urged the two artists to make peace. Since then there have been chatters that Popcaan could be the next person out of the Gaza camp to make peace with his former mentor.

That will not happen if you can into consideration a recent diss song from Sikka Rymes “Run Go Fi Strap.” The lyrics in the single are a clear attack on Popcaan and his crew. “Yo sing the most badman song and shaky, them boy deh badness naan step up lately, Get a one shoes a talk how them killy crazy, and them naan make no step than mean them killy lazy,” Sikka Rymes spites while adding in another line, “Alright then teach Sivva, Sikka from Rema no bwoy can’t buy me Benz not even Bimmer.”

Vybz Kartel tasked Sikka Rymes as the man who organized his prison visits and our sources inside the Gaza told us that their is a staunch hatred for Popcaan among members of Kartel’s inner circle. “Everybody hate him (Popcaan) because he did something that he never should’ve done, and then on top of that for years he never visit the boss not even a phone call, no support, nothing for the man you claimed gave you everything,” our Gaza insider said in a message to DancehallHipHop.

Last year we saw a diss track from Kartel’s most loyal supporter, Shawn Storm, who is currently in prison serving a life sentence for the said crime the “Fever” deejay is in prison for. Since Tommy Lee’s visit, some fans have been urging Popcaan to make peace with Kartel, but so far he has not responded to those requests. A peace deal is still a long shot even if someone like Sean Kingston try to be the middleman.

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Alkaline Addresses Reports He Is Buying Views On YouTube

Alkaline has addressed his critics who accused him of buying views on YouTube.

Last year, the Vendetta deejay came under scrutiny from dancehall fans, particularly Vybz Kartel fans, who claimed that he has been paying to over-inflate his Vevo views. The allegations comes after Alkaline racked up a number of views for some newly released music. In one case, he clocked a million views in less than a week for his single “Suave” which went on to add millions more views in the weeks after.

In his new single “Mirage” Alkaline address his critics. “In a league of my own, no am not your opponent, nothing me hate in a life like a snake or a f***** rodent, them can’t stop my show that a one thing me know… Them a say me numbers them too good, them a say me a buy views pon Vevo, okay then still a give them mayhem.”

RELATED: Alkaline, Spice, Popcaan, Aidonia Leads 2018 Your View Awards Nominees

Alkaline also address his enemies whom he say are actively sending the police after him and although he gets frustrated, he still manages to keep his cool and maintain his focus thanks to the council of his mother. “Mirage” is Alkaline’s first single since the start of the year and his Vendetta fans are basking in the moment because they have been waiting to hear what he has to say.

The track already sparked a heated debate on social media about who Alkaline is referring to when deejaying about taking out someone and their entire crew. It could be a number of people including Vybz Kartel, Popcaan, NotNice, Sean Kingston, Tommy Lee Sparta, and more, all of whom he has been beefing with. Kartel might be the only name you can exclude over the mere fact that he is behind bars. But his incarceration is not stopping him from going after Alkaline musically.

Sean Paul’s Two Decade Old Song Features On Stone Cold Album

Mark ‘Stone Cold’ Hudson revived a near two decades old Sean Paul song for his compilation album Tropical House Cruises to Jamaica.

Stone Cold released the project recently and debut at No. 2 on the Billboard reggae chart. He produced the single “Regular Thing” for Sean Paul in 2001 and while the track didn’t became a massive hit like other songs from SP during the ER. Seventeen years later the song gets picked up for a new album and started to do very well among reggae/dancehall fans.

“The Sean Paul song is back in rotation and is one of the leading songs getting airplay from the project. The sound that Sean Paul had back then is what is becoming popular again,” Stone Cold said. “The beat was created by Jam2 and we recorded the song at Black Scorpio studio. As a label we always try to work with young artistes and explore new sounds.”

The compilation album comes with 15 tracks with guest features from the likes of Ed Sheeran, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Stephen Marley, Safaree, Sean Kingston, Chronixx, Sizzla, Vybz Kartel, Wyclef Jean and more.

Vybz Kartel Publicly Shamed Popcaan With Epic Snub

Vybz Kartel and Popcaan have not made peace despite some recent reporting.

The self-proclaim Worl’Boss celebrated his 42nd birthday on Sunday and a number of his past and current allies took the timeout to wish him a happy birthday on social media. We saw artists like Popcaan, Sean Kingston, Tommy Lee Sparta, Spice, and NotNice post images of Kartel while sending birthday greetings his way. Kartel liked all the posts except for Popcaan and fans took note and criticized him for it.

The Unruly Boss shout-out his former mentor twice during separate performances in the Caribbean over the holidays. But it’s his post on Instagram that causing some fans to speak out. “Popcaan you is a two face snake, you never go visit the boss not once but you trying to get a hype by posting this, leave the boss name out your bad mind mouth,” one fan wrote in the comments.

Sources inside the Gaza told Dancehall HipHop that Popcaan has yet to visit Vybz Kartel behind bars since his incarceration in 2011. We’re also told that he has in the past requested a visit but Kartel denied it. This is a clear sign that these two former friends, who had a father and son-like relationship, are not making peace anytime soon. The below images show Vybz Kartel liking posts from everyone while snubbing Popcaan.

“The boss like everybody posts except for yours yo no have no shame, come off a the man name and stop post up picture with the boss like you and him a friend,” another fan commented.

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Vybz Kartel Celebrates 42nd Birthday In Good Spirit & Marks Milestone

Vybz Kartel is celebrating his 42nd birthday today (January 7th) in good spirit.

The incarcerated dancehall legend received a family visit from his kids who were brought to GP on Sunday afternoon. A rep for his label told us that he is in good spirit as he marks another milestone in his life and career. “The Worl’Boss is in great spirit and despite his incarceration, there are a lot of things to be thankful for,” his rep said.

We’re told that this year will mark 25 years since Vybz Kartel been in the music business and despite being incarcerated since 2011, he is showing no signs of slowing down. “25 years in dancehall and still active and more relevant than 99% of the artists is something to be thankful for and something to celebrate,” his rep added.

Vybz Kartel started his dancehall career in the early 90s as part of the group Vibes Cartel. The group was later disbanded and he took on the name Vybz Kartel by just changing up the spelling. However, his big success didn’t come until the early 2000s when Bounty Killer took him under his wings and lifted him up from an underground act to the mainstream of dancehall.

Bounty Killer, along with several other affiliated dancehall entertainers including Sean Kingston, Popcaan and NotNice have since wished Vybz Kartel a happy birthday on social media. “1time fi a real G long live.. #morelife,” Popcaan wrote while Sean Kingston added, “Happy birthday to the greatest in dancehall music period… @vybzkartel 1 more year Pon dem!!! Gwan hold di faith mi don freedom is a must!!! #vybzkartel #seankingston #Gaza.”

1time fi a real G long live.. #morelife ??

A post shared by 876GUD (@popcaanmusic) on Jan 7, 2018 at 11:18am PST

Vybz Kartel, whose real name is Adidja Palmer, is serving a life sentence for murder. His appeal trial is set for July of this year. He is eligible for parole after serving 35 years of his sentence.

Happy birthday to the greatest in dancehall music period… @vybzkartel 1 more year Pon dem!!! Gwan hold di faith mi don freedom is a must!!! #vybzkartel #seankingston #Gaza

A post shared by Sean Kingston (@seankingston) on Jan 7, 2018 at 10:23am PST

More life and prosperity, blessing pan yu birthday #nevaungrateful #notnicerecords ? @vybzkartel

A post shared by Notnice Records (@notnicerecords) on Jan 6, 2018 at 9:59pm PST

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Vybz Kartel Fans Roast Sean Kingston Even After Prison Visit

Vybz Kartel fans are savage for this.

Sean Kingston paid a visit to the Worl’Boss at GP last week and came back saying that the dancehall icon is in good spirit and has big plans for this year. You would think that is some great news for the Gazanation fans but turns out that Kingston got trolled instead of a pat on the back all because his pant was a bit too tight for some folks.

Sean Kingston posted a photo of himself and two of Vybz Kartel’s friends, Sikka Rymes and Theo Prince, standing outside the prison on the day he visited the deejay. “2nd day back in Just went to pay the Wurlboss @vybzkartel another visit di teacher is in good faith with a lot of great plans for #2018 Big up di link @sikka_rymes for the invitation,” the reggae-pop singer wrote.

Some of Vybz Kartel fans went in about his outfit among other things that I think went a bit too far. “Free up the World Boss and tell Sean Kingston fi free up him pants,” one fan wrote, while another added, “His bottom half fava when miss kitty stand up and pose.”

One fan even suggested that Vybz Kartel should refuse to meet with him dressing like he was. “Why would the boss meet with this man dressing like that is not a good look,” the fan said.

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Listen Tommy Lee Sparta & Masicka New Song “Real Link”

Tommy Lee Sparta and Masicka representing for their real friends in “Real Link.”

The two dancehall heavy hitters link up for their first collaboration released last weekend. The track was produced by Damage Musiq, who has produced a number of tracks for Tommy Lee last year including some of his biggest hits. “big up my friends them, me love them jah, protect them jah,” Sparta sings over a dancehall beat.

Masicka comes through with a killer verse while showcasing his lyrical prowess. “From them diss one a we them diss all, Crux ready fi go defend it no care how it small, Some a we a smoke some a we a play ball, No a we no joke from yo diss the rain fall,” the Genahsyde leader spits.

Both Tommy Lee Sparta and Masicka had a big year last year with both deejays dropping songs that dominate dancehall airwaves throughout the year. The Mobay deejay has already hinted at his plans to push his career even further in 2018 with the release of his debut album through Sean Kingston‘s label Time Is Money Entertainment. Listen the new single “Real Link” below.

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Vybz Kartel Told Sean Kingston Some Good News About 2018

Sean Kingston paid Vybz Kartel a visit in prison recently and came back with a message from the Worl’Boss.

The reggae pop singer recently concluded his tour overseas and returned to Jamaica just in time for Christmas to spend the holidays in his homeland with his family. One of the first thing he did when he returned home was to visit Vybz Kartel and sources told us that it was the incarcerated deejay’s request to have Kingston visit him over at GP to discuss some business, as well as, some big plans for 2018.

“2nd day back in [Jamaica],” Kingston wrote on Instagram in the caption of a photo of himself and Sikka Rymes who is a close friend of Kartel. “Just went to pay the Wurlboss [Vybz Kartel] another visit… di teacher is in goodfaith with a lot of great plans for #2018 Big up di link @sikka_rymes for the invitation.”

While he didn’t revealed the exact plans that Kartel has for the new year, sources told us that he is planning to drop a new album as well as a ton of new music. “We have a major project in the works for the new year,” sources told us. “2018 will be bigger and better just stay tune its total domination from the Wor’Boss boss it ago sick.”

This is the second visit Sean Kingston made to Vybz Kartel in prison this year following his first visit in March. The two also collaborated a single “Chance” which has been getting plenty airplay locally and overseas. Since returning to Jamaica, the “Beautiful Girl” singer has bought a new mansion and a new fleet of luxury cars. He also signed Kartel’s protege, Tommy Lee Sparta, to his Time Is Money Entertainment. The two are currently working on their albums due early next year.

2nd day back in ??…Just went to pay the Wurlboss @vybzkartel another visit… di teacher is in goodfaith with a lot of great plans for #2018 Big up di link @sikka_rymes for the invitation!! @theoprince53 #Gaza #vybzkartel

A post shared by Sean Kingston (@seankingston) on Dec 29, 2017 at 2:26pm PST

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Tommy Lee Sparta Dropping New Album Says Sean Kingston

Tommy Lee Sparta is currently working on his new album, Sean Kingston confirms.

The Mobay deejay signed a record deal with Kingston’s Time is Money Entertainment label this year and now he is getting ready to drop the first project on that deal. According to Kingston, Tommy Lee already recorded around half a dozen songs for the album as they prepare for a spring 2018 release date. The singer says the new project will be like a rebirth for the Gothic dancehall star.

“We don’t know if all the seven songs will make the final cut, but we’re working on it,” Sean Kingston said. “It’s just a rebirth; a new chapter of Tommy Lee that has all the dimensions; switching voice tones, mad song concepts, melodies, instruments. It’s a whole different vibe. The chemistry is crazy.”

Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta collaborated on two new singles this year so he will likely be on the dancehall spitter’s new album. The two drop their new song, “Crossover,” last month and its been getting plenty airplay since including clocking over a million views on YouTube. Tommy Lee is not the only artist in the camp who is currently working on a new album, Sean Kingston has his “Made In Jamaica” project coming out on February 3, 2018.

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Sean Kingston Feeds Homeless In Kingston For Thanksgiving

Sean Kingston is getting a lot of praise for feeding homeless people in Kingston on Thanksgiving day.

Sean Kingston is now living in Jamaica but he is still celebrating some American holidays and for Thanksgiving last week Thursday, the “Beautiful Girl” singer and his mother took to the streets of Kingston to dish out some hot meals to the homeless in Jamaica’s capital. “Knowing that Jamaica doesn’t really celebrate Thanksgiving, it’s something new,” Kingston said. “I always give back in the States, and I feel like bringing it back to my home, my culture, my country is something dope. Last year I did it with Soulja Boy and Tyga. I do it every year because Mama Kingston loves to give back.”

Sean Kingston is currently touring the US and Canada for his Made in Jamaica tour which supports his latest mixtape Made In Jamaica, released earlier this year. The singer’s mother Janice ‘Mama Kingston’ Turner said she spent all day cooking up some classic Jamaican dishes like curry chicken, oxtail, jerk chicken and more. “We brought 500 plates and they ran out, and I had to get more,” she said.

Mama Kingston said she has been doing this for the past decade in Florida and California. “We did Florida for four years, California for six years and now, for the first time, Jamaica,” Janice said. Sean Kingston says that he will be spending the holiday at his newly purchased home in Jamaica with his family.

Watch Tommy Lee Sparta “Bad Gyal Duppy” Video


You can always count on Tommy Lee Sparta to drop some good videos. The Mobay deejay drop the cut for his catchy single “Bad Gyal Duppy.”

Lee surrounded himself with plenty female just like the theme of the single. “Mi girlfriend got a gloc a road / Sparta gal them no take chat a road / Them no take check a body drop a road / Some wonna be thugs never shot a soul,” the Spartan deejay spits.

Earlier this month, Tommy Lee Sparta was accused of recording mumble dancehall music following the release of his new video “Cross Over” with Sean Kingston. The deejay released some excerpts of his lyrics on the single for some of his critics who are complaining that they have no idea what he is saying.

Is Tommy Lee Sparta Making Mumble Dancehall Music


Tommy Lee Sparta is being accused of making mumble dancehall music?

While mumble rap became a thing in hip hop in recent years, mumble dancehall is not a thing, at least not yet. Some fans are accusing Tommy Lee Sparta of making mumble music, but unless you’re a hardcore dancehall follower you may not always understand what he is saying in his songs. Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee debut their new video for their first collaboration “Cross Over” on WorldStarHipHop yesterday and fans have been weighing in.

“WTF when since dancehall artist start with this mumble rap foolishness, this guy [Tommy Lee Sparta] isn’t even saying real words, this is trash,” one fan wrote while another added, “This guy is just making a bunch of sounds he is not even rapping they should keep this mumble foolishness out of reggae at least cats like Sean Paul and Beenie Man use real words even if its patois.”

One thing we should point out about this is that most of the critics were American based fans who are probably used to Sean Kingston reggae-pop flavor of music and not hardcore dancehall. So for those who don’t understand what Tommy Lee is saying here is a snippet of his lyrics. “Clean in a new bank robber / Time is money watch the gal them a fallow / Full of gold chains like a me name Shaba / Every body know me a the lyrical bomber / Scarface, Toni Montana, mi jus spend a million dollar / Weed me smoke me don’t run coke joke / Last boy this run up inna gun smoke,” Sparta spits.

“Any American saying they dont understand Tommy Lee verse gotta embrace it cuz u know y i don’t understand sh*t you’ll mumble rappers be saying yet still I’m from the Caribbean an i embrace you’ll sh*t so dont get it twisted,” one dancehall fan wrote. “Too me Tommy’s verse sounds more like a new style in mumbling so maybe he might be bigger than lil pump, xxxtenation, ski mask.”

Watch Sean Kingston & Tommy Lee Sparta “Cross Over”


Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta drop their long-awaited new video “Cross Over.”

The cut has been in the works since the summer and now its finally here. Kingston debuts the video on WorldStarHipHop yesterday and already it clocked 200,000 views. The OutHereVisuals-directed video starts out with SK and Tommy Lee hanging out with their crew at the mansion. The singer then gave a female a briefcase full of cash to deliver to someone but things got ugly on her journey as she was ambushed by robbers.

“Cross Over” marks the first time that Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta are working together and during the summer the reggae-pop singer announced that he wants to sign the Mobay deejay to his label Time Is Money Entertainment. “Haven’t been this excited about signing a artist since @torylanez.. mi nuh hide an talk @tommyleesparta is undeniably talented.. big news soon come!! Time is money Ent/Sparta leave a comment if u agree,” Kingston wrote.

Watch the video for Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta new video “Cross Over” below.

Tommy Lee Sparta Talks Vybz Kartel and Working On New Album

Tommy Lee Sparta is speculating if stress from being locked up is the reason for Vybz Kartel‘s recent health issues.

Kartel spent a week in the hospital last week for a severe kidney infection. He is currently back behind bars, but his family members are deeply concerned about his health. Tommy Lee spoke with What’s Up where he expressed his shock and concerns for his former mentor’s health. “Vybz Kartel in the hospital me no know if it’s stress cause it,” he said.

“Me just wish him a speedy recovery yo see me, just want the dog [Vybz Kartel] forward a road and be there for his kids because they are turning into men now and they need him to guidance,” Sparta added. Tommy Lee also said that he is currently working on his debut album which will be comprised of only new singles. Seems the new album will be part of his new deal with Sean Kingston’s label.

“Look like they need an album so it me a work on right now,” he said. “I start to work on the album already. Pure new songs and these songs are different levels of songs because of the type of riddim a some big producers in America I am voicing for.”

Tommy Lee Sparta didn’t revealed the title or release date for the album.

Tommy Lee Sparta Says He Misses Vybz Kartel Talks Sean Kingston Deal

Tommy Lee Sparta says that he misses Vybz Kartel while opening up about his pending deal with Sean Kingston.

Sparta is one of Vybz Kartel’s former protege and he along with Popcaan and Vanessa Bling went on to have well recognized careers in dancehall. While all three artists are not on good terms with the incarcerated deejay, that doesn’t mean that they don’t often praise him on stage and in songs. Speaking with Anthony Miller on ER, Tommy Lee says he deeply misses Kartel and want him to be released from prison.

“Kartel know artists any artists that you see Kartel take, every single artist in the Gaza bad [great], because he has a good ears and him know what he is looking for,” the Mobay deejay said. When asked by Miller if he misses Vybz Kartel, Lee didn’t hesitate to say yes. “Me miss Kartel yes yo think its an easy thing that he is going through. Remember Kartel is a man who is use to his girls, him money, him hype life.”

Tommy Lee Sparta also revealed that he is currently in talks with Sean Kingston for a new record deal on the singer’s Time Is Money Entertainment label. “It’s going to be signed, its just the paperwork we going through and putting some agreements together,” Lee said. “They came with and agreement and we put forward our agreement also.”

Sean Kingston “I Can’t Write For Chris Brown & Justin Bieber and Be Broke”

Sean Kingston says that he can’t be writing songs for Chris Brown and Justin Bieber and be broke.

The reggae pop star has been under scrutiny in recent weeks over his finances after a judge issued a warrant for his arrest for failing to pay a Miami jeweler thousands of dollars. Despite posting photos of his mansion and luxury cars in Jamaica, Sean Kingston has been getting criticism on social media for living lavishly while still not paying his debts.

In a video clip posted recently, Kingston said he is far from being broke. “Yo can write songs for Chris Brown and Justin Bieber and them man there and broke, a what happen to some man, stop believe everything yo hear,” the singer said. Sean Kingston also recently launched his own line of headphones called Monster Box. He will be working with the same company that make Beats By Dre and will be giving a twelve percent stake in the new venture. He will also include a Jamaican version of the headphone line which he said will have more bass in the speakers.

Kingston also revealed that he will be launching a reality show on E! this fall that will give fans a deeper look into his life.

Chanel West Coast Feat. Safaree – “New Bae” [New Music]

Chanel West Coast and Safaree Samuels teams up for a new single “New Bae.”

The heartbreak single is currently on Apple Music for streaming. The track features vocals from the “Ridiculousness” co-host singing about her new man while Safaree come through with a killer verse. “I already got a new bae / Mother****er, you’re too late / You say that you’re sorry, but I can’t believe that you’d treat me this way / You tried to come back in my life but you already know that it’s too late,” Chanel West Coast sings.

Safaree seems to be taking a few shots at his ex-girlfriend Nicki Minaj in his verse where he raps, “Listen, old bae, I’m tired of you / I don’t see the fire in you / You washed, I’ma put the dryer to you / You a geek, I see the Quagmire in you.” Safaree is currently working on his upcoming mixtape Shoulda Been Did It and recently worked with Sean Kingston and K. Michelle on some new singles. Listen to the track below.

Alkaline Vendetta Fans Trolls Sean Kingston For Riding A Horse In Ocho Rios

Alkaline Vendetta fans are not much different from Vybz Kartel Gaza fans, they will attack at any moments notice.

A video showing Sean Kingston horse back riding in Ocho Rios last weekend has since gone viral on social media. Some of Alkaline’s Vendetta fans have since been trolling the reggae pop singer over the viral clip. “This is horse abuse this man is heavier than the horse he is riding and now they might have to retire the poor horse, bout him a ride ass, Vendetta for life,” one wrote.

Another Alkaline fan added, “Is this the same fat fool trying to diss Vendetta, go pay your Jewelry bill him cyan go back a foreign or else him a go jail.” Sean Kingston made headlines last weekend when reports surfaced that a judge has issued a warrant for his arrest for his failure to pay a Miami jeweler he owes $44,000. The singer is asking a judge for a retrial saying that he thought that the judgement was for another jeweler.

Caption this ? … #SeanKingston horseback riding in Ocho Rios

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Sean Kingston Want Retrial Judge Issues Arrest Warrant In Jewelry Case

Sean Kingston says he is far from being broke but his legal troubles just keep piling up, in fact a warrant is now out for his arrest.

The reggae pop singer is asking a judge for a retrial after a warrant was issued for his arrest in his jewelry case. In stead of going to jail, Sean Kingston wants a retrial, TMZ reported. Back in December, Kingston was ordered by a judge to pay a Florida jeweler $44,000 for which he agreed to pay for some expensive jewelries her took.

Sean Kingston wasn’t forthcoming with the payment, so a judge issued a warrant for his arrest. The “Beautiful Girl” singer filed some new legal documents telling the court that he wasn’t aware of the order and that he thought that the papers that he got was for another jewelry case, so he pretty much ignored it. He also said that he regret his action and is now ready to take responsibility. He is asking the judge to cut him some slack because he is experiencing some financial difficulties and he is representing himself because he can’t afford an attorney.

Kingston also said in his legal docs that he recently has some health problems and was assaulted and robbed. The reggae pop star said he has since returned some of the jewelries he took from Haimov Jewelers and tried to work out a payment plan but they refused. This development is particularly interesting given the fact that Sean Kingston just bought a house and some expensive cars in Jamaica. He is also proclaiming to be far from broke.

Vybz Kartel Gaza Fans Trolling Alkaline Over This Photo

Vybz Kartel‘s Gazanation fans are some of the most loyal fans in dancehall and it’s always best to not get on their bad sides.

By extension, a lot of Gaza fans will also support former Gaza members like Tommy Lee Sparta. Last week, Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta got into it with Alkaline‘s Vendetta fans when the reggae pop singer posted a video of himself playing with the Mobay deejay’s hair and another clip of him sleeping inside his Porsche.

Alkaline took a subliminal shot at both artists calling them b*tches and that didn’t go over well for the Gaza/Sparta fans. Over the weekend someone went a dug up an old photo of Alkaline and another man, but it wasn’t just another old pic. If you look closely, you will see the man finger touching Alkaline’s nipple. This could be just mere coincidence or it could be calculated. Nevertheless, this is what the beef has come down to, a war of who have the gayest pictures.

The photo has been online since around 2015, and Gazation fans are are going in on social media about it. “Long time we know that Alkline is a fish but this prove it,” one fan wrote. This is the video that Sean Kingston posted on IG of himself putting his hands in Tommy Lee Sparta’s hair. Do you think fans are reaching or is there something in this photo and video to be concerned about? Sound off in comments below.

#SeanKingston and #tommyleesparta roll out ????

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Sean Kingston Threatens Alkaline and Vendetta Fans Over Tommy Lee Beef

Sean Kingston has responded to a subtle diss from Alkaline last night on Instagram.

The Time is Money singer posted a video letting his feelings be known after Alkaline called both him and his new artist Tommy Lee Sparta a b*tch in an Instagram post. “Just because you see me took a video of Tommy Lee a sleep a long time me know them man deh,” Kingston said. “Them man deh a me parry its just a joke thing a run thing. You done know how the thing goes so don’t feel no way because them man deh a street youths and I respect them man there.”

Sean Kingston then issued a direct threat without calling Alkaline name. “Know unnu self Sparta Time is Money and we not going around the thing, no man not hugging up around here,” he added. “What unnu feel like blue steel make man feel right gun shot we say everytime. Not me still but some man around me will make unnu know unnu place everytime.”

Sean Kingston and Alkaline are friends turn enemy after the reggae pop star started saying, Gaza. Kingston also brought Tommy Lee Sparta into his fold by giving him a record deal on his imprint Time is Money. Already both of them got themselves wrapped in a beef with the leading artist in dancehall at the moment, Alkaline. Do you think these three artists should keep the beef in the studio?

#SeanKingston responds to #alkaline diss

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Alkaline Takes Shots At Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta

Alkaline is letting his feelings about Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta be known and dancehall fans are weighing in.

Earlier this week Sean Kingston announced that he has signed Tommy Lee Sparta to his label Time is Money Entertainment. Yesterday he posted a video clip of himself touching the Mobay deejay’s hair while driving together in his new Porsche. Kingston later posted another clip of Tommy Lee sleeping in said car which drew some scrutiny among dancehall fans.

Alkaline, who is no fan of bother Sean Kingston and Tommy Lee Sparta, left a cryptic message on his Instagram account. Fans have already concluded that he is taking shots at both artists. “Done see say dem a b**ch smh. Check out my new sound #realwidit #dealwidit #doneseeit,” the Vendetta boss wrote. While he didn’t call any names, the post came just moments after Sean Kingston posted the video clips. Tommy Lee Sparta’s fans are giving mix feedback. While some are questioning why Sean Kingston was playing in the deejay’s hair, others are saying its no big deal. Watch the video clips below and let us know how you feel.

Sean Kingston and Alkaline previously worked together on the “Ride On Me (Remix)” before they had a falling out. These days the reggae pop singer is repping for the Gaza.

#SeanKingston and #tommyleesparta roll out ????

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#SeanKingston video #tommyleesparta sleeping in his car

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Sean Kingston Signs Tommy Lee Sparta To Time Is Money Label

Sean Kingston is currently living in Jamaica and he is not playing. The reggae-pop singer signed Tommy Lee Sparta to his Time is Money Entertainment label.

Sean Kingston has a contract with Warner Bros. Records so this means that Tommy Lee will be getting representation from Warner. Kingston made the announcement on Instagram on Monday without divulging the nature of the contract. Sources are telling us that the deal is a management contract, which means the Mobay deejay will retain control over his music.

“Haven’t been this excited about signing a artist since @torylanez.. mi nuh hide an talk @tommyleesparta is undeniably talented.. big news soon come!! Time is money Ent/Sparta leave a comment if u agree,” Sean Kingston wrote on IG. Tommy Lee Sparta has been having a great year with a ton of new music dominating the dancehall airwaves so this signing could be the icing on the cake to cap off a great year.

Haven't been this excited about signing a artist since @torylanez.. mi nuh hide an talk @tommyleesparta is undeniably talented.. big news soon come!! Time is money Ent/Sparta leave a comment if u agree ??

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Vybz Kartel Fans Begging Deejay For More New Music

Vybz Kartel fans are begging the incarcerated deejay to release more new music.

It’s been two months since Vybz Kartel released a new single and Gaza fans are hungry for more new music already. Over the last few years, the Worl’Boss was releasing one and sometimes two or three new singles every week, but these days fans are getting new music at most one or two every other month. His fans are now feeling like the slow supply of new music is diminishing his presence while his rivals like Alkaline and Mavado are dominating the genre.

“When we going to get some new music from Worl’Boss?” one Gaza fan asked on IG. Dancehall HipHop reached out to our sources inside the Gaza camp who told us that the incarcerated deejay is retaining more control over his music and that is why we are seeing a slow down of releases. “Addi (Vybz Kartel) now has more control over his unreleased catalog so the entire team vet carefully whats release and what don’t,” sources said. “A lot of the new music that was released are from producers that Addi voiced for so we don’t have much control over when those producers chooses to release those music. But going forward it’s quality over quantity.”

Despite the slow release from Vybz Kartel, the incarcerated deejay scored his second Billboard hit single with “Fever” climbing the charts and a few other singles in heavy rotation. Vybz Kartel has also been releasing a number of collaborative singles like “Loodi” with Shenseea and “Chance” with Sean Kingston.

New Vybz Kartel Music Video Coming With Sean Kingston & Gaza Tussan

A new Vybz Kartel music video was shot in Waterfor, Portmore last weekend with Sean Kingston and Gaza Tussan.

Last month, Gaza Tussan and Vybz Kartel teamed up on a new single “Sweetest Days” and since dropping two weeks ago, the track has been getting a lot of attention. Sources inside the Gaza told Dancehall HipHop that they have decided to shoot a music video for the song because of the positive response that they have been getting.

“The feedback has been great so we decided to shoot a video right in Kartel back yard,” sources told us. “Sean Kingston came through to support the shoot and the overall vibe was good.” Earlier this year, Sean Kingston shot a video on the same block in Portmore for his new collaborative single “Chance” featuring on his new mixtape Made in Jamaica.

#SeanKingston #vybzkartel #gazatussan shooting music video in Portmore

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