Signal ends busy carnival season

Deejay Busy Signal is closing off another successful carnival experience in Trinidad and is expected to return to Jamaica on February 19.

Deejay Busy Signal is closing off another successful carnival experience in Trinidad and is expected to return to Jamaica on February 19.

THE STAR recently spoke to Busy’s manager, Shane Brown, who was in Trinidad with the deejay for the soca season. Busy and his crew left for Trinidad on February 5, having hit all the major events such as Temperature, UWI Splash, Tribe, Soca Monarch, Short Pants Fête and J’Ouvert, among others.


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According to Brown, this is Busy’s third carnival experience. “He was here last year with Machel Montano and the HD family, and now this year with Bunji but (also) doing Beyonce’s show with Machel, Machel’s only event for the season. We’ve done nine shows so far.

“The deejay will also be performing at the popular Beyonce show on February 18, ‘Boy Meets Girl’.

popular soca songs

Brown told THE STAR Busy has a number of popular soca songs out.

“His songs this year for the season is Whooiiee Gal Whooiiee, with Machel, produced by me for Juke Boxx, and Start Whining with Fayon Lyons. Apart from those, he has Picante, Up in Her Belly and Push Bumpa, with Machel, playing during the season.Trinidad is like Busy’s second home so the response has been welcoming. ”

When Busy returns to Jamaica, Brown said it’s back to work with dates in Barbados, St Maarten, Dominica and the release of his third album, D.O.B., in April.

Source: JamaicaStar

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