Busy Signal finally settles the dust

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Jamaica’s reggae dancehall artist Busy Signal has confirmed he will perform at Malawi Sand Music Festival, putting to rest reports that he does not know anything the concert.

The artist whose real name is Grendale Gosh Gordon has taken to social media, Facebook and Twitter in particular, to notify his followers about his availability at the Malawi show.

“Malawi on Saturday the 31st of October. Sand Festival. HOTTED!! TURF!!,” he wrote on his Facebook and Twitter accounts.

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Busy Signal: Confirms Malawi visit.

His post lays down all doubts concerning the show that is due to take place at Sunbird Livingstonia Beach in Salima from 30th October to 1st November.

The three day event is one of the local summertime highlights that attract international revelers.

The Jamaican reggae icon is popular for releasing likable hits in the reggae-dancehall genre. Among his notable songs are; ‘Reggae music again’, ‘come over’, ‘one more night’ and ‘the gambler’.

Local fun-seekers are looking forward to his performance and his popularity in Malawi is likely to make him feel the warmth of the warm heart of Africa.

Sir Lucious Banda is among local headliners set to add aroma to the event.

The confirmation of Busy Signal has also proven to be true Banda’s earlier claims that the Jamaican artist will headline this year’s event.

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  1. I really respect dat Jomaican Dancehall Artist icon as Turf President himself for visiting in Africa more expecialy Malawi where there is full of peace,Love and Harmony High grade as we blaze coz we know dat tings and tyms change every day.Let as all Malawians work together so hard coz we knw dat Jah will provide and we will sing song Brighter days has come.we love,I love Busy Signal

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