Reggae music's legend Toots Hibbert is dead. Toots died on Friday, September 11, 2020, at the University Hospital of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. Read more
Stay up-to-date with all that's new at Dancehallreggaeworld, Click Here to subscribe for my updates and don't miss a thing!
Reggae superstar, Busy Signal, to perform in Nakuru!
It’s official, Jamaican dancehall reggae star Busy Signal, who is popularly known for his Reggae Music Again hit, will be performing in Nakuru at the end of this month.
The controversial self-styled international star behind hit singles such as Nah Go A Jail Again, Smoke Some High Grade, Tic Toc, Whine Pon Di Edge, Come Shock Out, Hustle Hard and People so Evil will have a major concert at the Nakuru Stadium on August 31, this being part of his African tour stops.
The other shows will be held in Ethiopia, Uganda and Zimbabwe.
In May 2012, Busy Signal was arrested at the Norman Manley International Airport in Jamaica due to an extradition warrant from the United States. He was extradited to the US on June 19 where he faced cocaine-related charges. In September 2012 he received a six month prison sentence. He was released in November, and promptly released the single Come Shock Out.
Information posted here on Dancehall Reggae Music World is for Research and Educational Purposes. We do not host any files on our site. Limited copyright is granted for you to use and/or republish any story on this site for any legitimate media or Educational purpose as long as you reference dancehallreggaeworld.com. Please make sure to read our Terms and conditions prior to contacting us. If you wish to submit your own press release, click here.