pharm http://crfg.org/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/includes/class-wc-webhook.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 17.35pt;”>The musician spent last night in Nairobi, there http://cirnow.com.au/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-post-counts-v1-1-endpoint.php KENYA.
He arrived at around 9:15am and was received by Club Venom manager, Gareth Onyango.
Busy Signal will be in town courtesy of US-based Ugandan promoter Suudi Lukwago, under Suudi Man Promotions Ltd.
Busy signal receiving flowers at Entebbe International Airport on Thursday morning
Busy Signal is slated for two shows: performing at the Lugogo Cricket Oval on December 6 and will have a beach show at Spenah Beach Entebbe on Sunday December 8.
Fans will get a chance of meeting, signing autographs and taking photographs with the “Bedroom Bully” star, at Club Venom tonight.
He is known for songs like; Reggae Music Again, Ring Di Alarm, Come Over (Missing You), , Dreams of Brighter Days, One More Night, Watch Out For This (Bumaye), a song he did with Flexican & FS Green, You and Me and his monster hit, Bedroom Bully.
He rose to fame after releasing a string of singles in the years 2003-2004, the intense dancehall singer known as Busy Signal shot up Jamaica’s singles chart in 2005 with his aptly titled hit “Step Out.”
The Jamaican star (in black Jacket) at the arrivals at Entebbe International Airport
This made him rise all over the island of Jamaica, the always hustling; always busy singer earned the nickname Busy Signal from friends in West Kingston where he eventually settled.
After releasing “Step Out” he became a favorite amongst dancehall fans thanks to his clever lyrics and some flamboyant performances including wearing a gas mask while performing at Jamaica’s annual Reggae Sting showcase.
“Step Out” became the title track for his debut album, released by the Greensleeves label in 2006. At the end of 2008, his single “Tic Toc” took hold in America, landing on the cable network BET’s playlist along with urban radio.
Rounding up “Tic Toc” and many other Jamaican singles, his 2008 album borrowed an idea from the Velvet Underground with the title Loaded, as in “loaded with hits.”
His hits Bedroom Bully and Watch Out Fi Di this are currently household names in Uganda.