Beenie Man Manager Address The Tension Between Doc And Kartel

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In light of the new Beenie Man Track that surfaced over this weekend aimed at dancehall Prodigy Vybz Kartel, Beenie Man manager Blue has step forward to address the the brewing tension.

In an interview with the Jamaica Star, Blue explained that the new track ‘Father God Help Him’ was not a diss track.

“The song is not a diss song as many are making it out to be, but it is actually “a correction” to an earlier song which Vybz Kartel did on the same rhythm. “It’s not really a disrespect and him no diss Kartel, ano disrespect,” Blue explained.” (The Star)

Blue also said, “Beenie is simply trying to defend the honour of dancehall music and protect it and its pioneers as he merely disagreed with some of the things Kartel said in his song in regards to the ‘styles’ he claims he created.”

In the track Beenie Man “a fight over style weh mi grandma mek/Oh awoww!, yuh no hear nothing yet/before Clarks a beat, man a wear Gator crep,”.

In another verse “”change mi skin colour that me naw do … you see the freak thing, that me nah do …”.

obviously refering to Dancehall Hero Vybz Kartel, who claims he is the “dancehall Pele, the Jordon, the last Don.”

Peep Beenie Man new track below

[audio:|titles=Beenie Man – Father God Help Him (Dancehall Hero Reply) (Kartel Diss) Z.j Rush Radio Rip dec2010]

Do you think Beenie Man start a beef but then back out? Or do you think he have a point?

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