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Pon Di Gaza 2.0

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Download links and information about Pon Di Gaza 2.0 by Vybz Kartel. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Reggae, Dancehall genres. It contains 46 tracks with total duration of 02:25:14 minutes.

Artist: Vybz Kartel
Release date: 2010
Genre: Reggae, Dancehall
Tracks: 46
Duration: 02:25:14
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. You a Me Baby 2:54
2. Bicycle 2:18
3. Love Dem / Gallis Anthem 2:29
4. Gal a Weh Do You 2:56
5. Nah Let Go 3:34
6. Can't Get Over Me 2:49
7. Dollar Sign 3:09
8. Something Ah Go Happen 3:39
9. Mr. Officer 2:40
10. Like a Movie 2:29
11. Go Go Club 2:23
12. Story of My Life 2:37
13. Get Wild 3:23
14. Gwaan So 3:00
15. Love of Money 2:46
16. Gaza Ting a Ling 2:32
17. Romping Shop (feat. Spice) 3:33
18. Versatility (feat. Gaza Indu) 3:19
19. Come Breed Me (feat. Gaza Indu) 3:35
20. Mother In Law 2:32
21. Nuh Fraid a Nobody / Neva Scared 2:53
22. Without My Own 2:39
23. Last Man Standing 3:10
24. Careful (feat. Stephen McGregor) 3:59
25. Life We Living 3:53
26. Struggle 2:34
27. Marie 2:42
28. Mamma 3:25
29. Life Sweet 3:39
30. Wah Some Grades 3:31
31. Ghetto Youth 4:15
32. Yea Though I Walk 3:32
33. Bail For Me 3:16
34. Tear Drops 3:34
35. You Can't Stay 3:41
36. Come Back Home 3:21
37. Love at First Sight 3:31
38. Super Star (feat. Black Ryno) 3:14
39. Dollars 4:11
40. Million Dollar By Morning 3:33
41. Video Recorder 3:28
42. Bun Fi Bun (feat. Maxwell) 2:18
43. The World Turns 2:13
44. Gaza Love 3:44
45. Bicycle (Radio Mix) 2:16
46. Free Style 4:05

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The incendiary dancehall kingpin Vybz Kartel boasts an unstoppable flow, an excess of badman charisma, and a penchant for boundary-pushing lyrics that's made him one of the most celebrated and controversial Jamaican artists of the ‘00s. Kartel began his career as a songwriter for the likes of Bounty Killer and The Scare Dem Crew, and no matter how outré his production choices or how risqué his lyrics, his songwriting never fails to impress. The sprawling Pon Di Gaza 2.0 is no exception. Its 46 songs greatly improve on 2009’s Pon Di Gaza, an electronic release that suffered from excessive censorship. Not so with Pon Di Gaza 2.0, which abounds in graphic tunes like “Bicycle” and “Come Breed Me" and tough-minded crime narratives like “Nuh Fraid a Nobody." For the most part, the production here is startlingly futuristic, draped in dissonant synthesizers and heavily Auto-Tuned vocals, but “Gaza Ting a Ling," a deliciously witty reworking of Shabba Ranks' “Ting a Ling,” is a surprising throwback and a welcome surprise for hardcore dancehall heads.