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Busy Signal to spend a week in Kampala

Busy Signal

It is a public secret that Jamaican dancehall star Busy Signal will be performing live in Kampala on December 6.

Busy Signal will be in town courtesy of US-based Ugandan promoter Suudi Lukwago, under Suudi Man Promotions Ltd.

But unlike other international artistes who fly in just hours or a day to their shows, Busy Signal has confirmed that he will be here four days prior to his first show.

“He (Busy Signal), will be in Uganda by December 2. He will visit different places in Kampala. He will also meet and greet fans in different places. He also wants to have enough time with the Ugandan media,” Suudi told us

And unlike earlier communication, Suudi also revealed that Busy Signal is slated for two shows: “He will be performing at Cricket Oval on December 6 and will have a beach show at Spenah Beach Entebbe on Sunday December 8.”

Suudi promised confirmation from the artiste: “I’m sending a new video drop with the man confirming both shows. He (Busy Signal) will also assure his fans down in Kampala that he will be putting up a two-hour long energetic performance! The drop is ready and will soon be in Kampala.

The Busy Signal show will be happening the same day with the battle between Bebe Cool and Goodlyfe but Suudi chooses to ignore that and insists; “It’s Busy Signal, that’s all my Ugandan people should know!”

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