Vybz Kartel Verses Alkaline Is There Really a Feud Going On?

Vybz Kartel Verses Alkaline Is There Really a Feud Going On? -

Dancehall music has always had its full share of controversy as to who is the real big man when it comes on to the male artists.

For numbers of years in the 2000s, we all can conclude that Vybz Kartel ruled the dancehall music scene. But ever since his incarceration Alkaline who broke on to the scene in late 2014 to early 2015 has steadily inched his way towards been the top man.

The problem we are now facing in the dancehall music industry is that fans of both artists are at odds as to who is the real big man in dancehall presently, which sometimes even results in fights, selectors, and DJ getting injured among other things.

It's my opinion that the feud which is said to be going on between Kartel and Alkaline was started by their fans. I said that to say this, I still haven't heard a song released by Alkaline in which he called Vybz Kartel's name. And although it is alleged that Kartel is recording songs in prison, he too has not released a song calling Alkaline's name.

Here are few questions which we still haven't be able to get answered.
1. Where and when did this so-called feud start?
2. Do you think song released by Alkaline which was labeled as diss song aimed at Vybz Kartel was in fact so?
3. Do you think there is a feud going on between the two artists.

We would definitely love to get some answers so we can close this discussion.

Please post your comments or views below by clicking on the comments link.

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