BUSY SIGNAL DRAWS MASSIVE CROWD IN KAMPALA, UGANDA!

Busy Signal on stage last Friday—
Glendale Goshia Gordon aka Busy Signal proved he is one of the few Jamaicans you would die to watch on stage over and over.
The singer on Friday took to the Lugogo cricket oval stage at 11pm with his hit single, Jail Again, which fired the show that had started at a slow pace.

His first one hour was a non-stop sample of some of his less known songs.

But when he returned for the second session that lasted two hours, he did Uganda’s favourite hits such as Step Out, Loaded, D.O.B, Reggae Music Again, Reggae Dubb’n Again, Tic Toc, Come Shock Out and Why I Sing.

“This is one of my biggest shows. I love Uganda. I am contemplating buying a house and make this Uganda my second country,” said the energised singer, who said he composes all his music.

“I’m feeling at home. People said a lot of things that I was not coming, but here I am singing live music, not miming.”

When he did his famous Bedroom Bully, fans in the VIP section stood on their chairs to dance to the tune. To prove his love for Uganda, the singer did a three-hour show and had to be advised to stop as he wanted to continue till dawn.

According to Suudi Lukwago, the show’s promoter, who was overwhelmed by the big crowd, he did not expect such a crowd.

“We pulled off a big show without big sponsors, thanks to Musa Kavuma [KT] and his mobilization skills,” said Suudi as he attacked Bebe Cool who had written on his Facebook wall that the show was going to be a flop.

Before his performance, revellers were treated to a music selection by DJ Shiru and curtain raisers like Red Banton, Coco Finger, Ragga Dee, Diamond Oscar, Dr Propa, Rena, Peter Miles, and Menshan, among others.

Missing was the main curtain raiser, Jose Chameleone, who chose to go and support his brother Douglas ‘Weasel’ Mayanja in a parallel show metres away after a misunderstanding with the organisers.

The show ended at 2am with every one praising the singer for giving them something worth their money.

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