8552990288?profile=RESIZE_710xSons of the embattled exiled pharaoh of Dancehall, Vybz Kartel, is poised to take over his now seemingly struggling record label Adidjahiem Records. Likkle Addi, who is 16 years of age and still in school, spoke on the popular entertainment TV programme, On Stage with Winford Williams this past weekend. He emphasized how serious he and his brother Likkle Vybz are taking the music business and his dad Adidjahiem Records label.

Though no longer at Jamaica College, Likkl Addi is still pursuing higher education in Business Administration, which is instrumental to any company's success. His brother, who is two years older, is also doing the same. "I'm in fourth form about to do my subjects, three subjects," he told Winford.

At the peak of his career, Vybz Kartel was the head honcho of Portmore Empire (Adidjahiem Records) which boasted an impressive lineup of dancehall stars. On the roster at the time were, Popcaan, Tommy Lee Sparta, Blak Ryno, Jah Vinci, Vanessa Bling aka Gaza Slim, Sheba, Lisa Hype (now Lisa Hyper), and Gaza Kim to name a few. Most if not all artistes previously signed to Addidjahiem Records have since moved on and made their career marks with other labels. In the interview, Likkle Addi stated that the brothers intend to recruit new artists for the label, handle the business side and leave producing to their youngest brother, World Boss Jr. (Aiko Palmer).

It has been a year since Likkle Addi and Likkle Vybz released their Skinny Jeans EP, their first major project since officially entering the business in 2014. They are known for tracks such as 'Dolla Sign', 'Radio', 'Hero', 'Great Adventures' and a few collabs with their dear dad, the latest of which is a track called 'Popular'. The song is racking up the youtube views with over 850,000 in a week and trending #10 on the video streaming platform.

Sons of the embattled exiled pharaoh of Dancehall, Vybz Kartel, is poised to take over his now seemingly struggling record label Adidjahiem Records. Likkl Addi, who is 16 years of age and still in school, spoke on the popular entertainment TV programme, On Stage with Winford Williams this past weekend. He emphasized how serious he and his brother Likkl Vybz are taking the music business and his dad Adidjahiem Records label.

Though no longer at Jamaica College, Likkl Addi is still pursuing higher education in Business Administration, which is instrumental to any company's success. His brother, who is two years older, is also doing the same. "I'm in fourth form about to do my subjects, three subjects," he told Winford.

At the peak of his career, Vybz Kartel was the head honcho of Portmore Empire (Adidjahiem Records) which boasted an impressive lineup of dancehall stars. On the roster at the time were, Popcaan, Tommy Lee Sparta, Blak Ryno, Jah Vinci, Vanessa Bling aka Gaza Slim, Sheba, Lisa Hype (now Lisa Hyper), and Gaza Kim to name a few. Most if not all artistes previously signed to Addidjahiem Records have since moved on and made their career marks with other labels. In the interview, Likkle Addi stated that the brothers intend to recruit new artists for the label, handle the business side and leave producing to their youngest brother, World Boss Jr. (Aiko Palmer).

It has been a year since Likkle Addi and Likkle Vybz released their Skinny Jeans EP, their first major project since officially entering the business in 2014. They are known for tracks such as 'Dolla Sign', 'Radio', 'Hero', 'Great Adventures' and a few collabs with their dear dad, the latest of which is a track called 'Popular'. The song is racking up the youtube views with over 850,000 in a week and trending #10 on the video streaming platform.