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Busy Signal in Basel

Busy Signal in Basel

Busy Signal in Basel

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Jamaican deejay performance in Switzerland.


Finally returned in Europe, after solving his troubles with the justice system, which have threatened to keep him away from the stage for a long time, Busy Signal has performed in Switzerland, Basel at Kaserne Musik.

In front of much younger audience, the Jamaican deejay showed his talent and his high voice capability. An hour and half show, where he presented tracks from his latest album 'Reggae Music Again', reviewed with success all over the world. In jeans and stripe polo shirt, he made dance the fans with the excellent tune as Night Shift, Come Over, Love Jamaica and Days. And then to blow up Kaserne with the song that gives title to the cd. New and classics songs as a demonstration of his excellent form and the desire to prove his worth, strong new start after troubles with the law, shouted loudly in his significant tune of its current time, Life Goes On. An excellent show for a really good artist. After the concert, the music is passed into the hands of the resident Claasilisque Sound, to make dance the massive with a big dancehall until 5 in the morning.


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Posted by Nyhonie on 04.16.2013
Yow the most focus artist. Jamaican reggae you seet. Bless up yourself Busy. Nuff love bless.

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