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Busy Signal ready for showdown

Jamaican reggae musician Busy Signal who jets in the country today ahead of his performance at this year’s Sunbird Sand Music Festival has said as a headliner he will give out his best during his performance on Saturday.

The Sunbird Sand Music Festival starts on Friday through to Sunday at Sunbird Livingstonia in Salima.

“I can’t wait to get to Malawi, I am excited, my motherland. I want to reward Malawians for their support. I am gonna perform more than in Zimbabwe,” said Busy Signal, who performed in Harare, Zimbabwe on Saturday.

The creator of hits such as ‘Reggae Music Again,’ added:

“This is what I do, so I have to do this, it’s me, it’s my life and so I do what I know best.”

Born Glendale Goshia Gordon, the Jamaican dancehall musician, who was given the name Busy Signal by his friends because he is extremely busy, will be performing in Malawi for the first time.

Other Jamaican musicians who have performed in the country courtesy of Born Afrikan Productions include Fantan Mojah and Luciano.

Born Afrikan is also set to bring into the country another Jamaican popular group Morgan Heritage in December.

Mutabaruka is also another Jamaican artist who has performed in the country courtesy of Poetry Africa.

The country’s singer and dancing queen Wendy Harawa, who is part of the Sunbird Sand Music Festival organising team left the country on Saturday to watch Busy Signal’s performance and make other arrangements.

She was expected back on Sunday but she failed and will be coming today with Busy Signal and 11 other members flying with Malawian Airlines.

“We will leave around 4pm. Busy Signal is coming with 11 members. They are also in the company of the agent Spencer Mutemasango and Zimbabwe host Chipaz Promotions,” said Wendy Tuesday.

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