Even after five years in prison, Vybz Kartel still remains the undisputed King of the Dancehall, continuing to bring out a host of relevant, up-to-the-minute songs at an astonishing rate. His singles, "Fever" and "Western Union", both taken from his album confidently titled "King of the Dancehall", have been topping Jamaican charts for much of the year. He has been in jail for five years, initially for possession of marijuana and latterly for murder (his life sentence is awaiting appeal) but instead of reducing his profile, it only seems to have grown. Are some of the songs being written and recorded inside, or are they the result of earlier bursts of creativity, as has been claimed? What's certain is that Vybz's musical reputation continues to grow.