Busy Signal Teams up wth Stephens Marley on You and Me Attract

by DHRW
(Jamaica)


Ahead of his upcoming solo album, Revelation Part 11: The Fruit of Life, international artiste Stephen Marley has teamed up with Busy Signal on another high-profile collaboration.


The song, You and Me Attract, was recorded in early 2012, but was only released a few weeks ago. Speaking with The Gleaner, Busy Signal stated that he was honoured to be a part of the project.

"Stephen linked me and said that he had a project that he wanted me to be a part of and that's how it came about. Mi always respect Stephen, he's a real producer, him know him ting, and he knows what he wants. It was a joy working with him for the first time. Stephen is not a man whe work wid every and anybody, so it was an honour to be on this project," Busy Signal said.

"It's really a blessing. It shows that the good work whe yuh put in will always come back around, so you just always have to do everything to the best of your ability," Busy told The Gleaner.

Busy Signal recently returned to the island after a two-month tour, which saw him performing at some of the biggest festivals across Europe. He has also been reaping success with his collaborative single Watch Out For This (Bumaye).

Watch Out For This (Bumaye) is currently No. 4 in France, five in Belgium and 42 in Switzerland. It is No. 6 in New Zealand.

Busy Signal also made it onto the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop songs chart with Bumaye peaking at No. 57.

"Watch Out For This (Bumaye) has been so successful. It was even surprising to me, because mi never work last year, and God make the song turn into a massive song," he said.

Busy is also gearing up for the release of new singles including Set Up, Grease Up, Bad Up Who and Crazy Sex.

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