Deejay Vybz Kartel feels that his conscious songs aren't getting enough airplay, similar to his other sometimes more controversial songs.
Speaking to THE WEEKEND STAR recently, the deejay, born Adidja Palmer, commented, "Di media nah gimme nuh credit fi di reality, social conscious songs me do. Dem jus highlight the negative. Me do Mr Babylon addressing the squatter land issue in Trelawny, dem nah play it. Me do From Me Born Me Been Sufferin, dem nah play it. Me do Fallen Angel, dem nah play it. Me do Yeah Though I, dem na play it."
The controversial deejay explained that he doesn't understand why these songs wouldn't get airplay like his songs that are more party, relationship or controversially based.
He added, "Me put the same lyrical effort inna dem jus as how me put it in Cakesoap and Benz, so me nuh know. Me even do the video Yeah Though I and dem nah even play it pon TV. I want to know why they aren't getting played. Because I can't fathom why."
According to Kartel, his recent conscious songs were released towards the end of last year and earlier this year. The deejay recently returned from Trinidad with Portmore Empire members Popcaan and Sheba, which he says was a success. He is currently promoting the release of his latest products Gaza dog tags, belt buckles and T-shirts which are currently available on the market. He will be releasing his 'Addi's' sneakers soon.