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Capleton is pleading for the public help in recovering his stolen car with a huge catalog of unreleased music.

A rep for the reggae icon told Dancehall HipHop that his metallic brown Grand Vitara SUV was stolen in St. Ann yesterday. “We are appealing to anyone who can help recover the vehicle and the valuables that was left inside of it,” his rep said. “There were some unreleased music inside the van and that is even more valuable than the vehicle itself, so we are appealing to anyone who took the artist things to return it.”

The incident has been reported to the Ocho Rios police who are now investigating the theft. Capleton performed in New York City earlier this month at the famous Amazura nightclub. The deejay, who is also known as King Shango, has released twelve albums over his three decade career.

Vybz Kartel continues to grip mainstream airwaves with “Fever” which reached number one on iTunes reggae chart.

“Fever” is one of the biggest dancehall singles this year and it has already made an impact on the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart. The song peaked at No. 36 on the chart making it Kartel’s second single to make an entry onto Billboard over his career. Perhaps his biggest achievement in recent years was when the song took the number one spot on iTunes reggae chart last week. The song has slipped to 13th place on the chart this week but it just shows the share growth over the past few months.

Since being added to major radio stations in the U.S. earlier this year, “Fever” has grown substantially while amassing over 50 million combined views on YouTube and over 10 million streams on Apple Music. What’s even more interesting is that Vybz Kartel did it all while he has been behind bars for over six years. Vybz Kartel is already searching for his next big hit by releasing four new singles since the start of this month. Some dancehall artists are wondering how did he manage to stay so relevant half a decade after his incarceration.

Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Palmer, scored his first Billboard hit with his 2009 single “Romping Shop” featuring Spice. Between 2009 and 2011, the dancehall star scored a number of hits and sparked some controversy including skin bleaching and beating up members of his Portmore Empire crew like NotNice, Black Ryno, and Gaza Kim. He even had a bitter fallout with former Vybz Rum business partner Corey Todd and even threatened him. His downfall wouldn’t come until September 2011 when he and several of his cronies were arrested in a massive police operation in Kingston. He was slapped with two murder charges a short time after and although he was exonerated of one of those charges, he was convicted of the second murder charge during a lengthy trial in 2014 along with three others including his protege Shawn Storm.

Kartel and his co-convicts have appealed the murder conviction and are now awaiting their appeal case set for February next year.

The complete Slow Me Down lyrics by Jessie Ware.

Slow Me Down lyrics

Slow Me Down is a song from Jessie Ware’s third studio album “Glasshouse”.

The complete Hearts lyrics by Jessie Ware.

Hearts lyrics

Hearts is a song from Jessie Ware’s third studio album “Glasshouse”.

The complete First Time lyrics by Jessie Ware.

First Time lyrics

First Time is a song from Jessie Ware’s third studio album “Glasshouse”.