drug http://cornerstone-edge.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Musicians from all music genres, http://chirofitroseville.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-users-list-table.php ranging from Kadongo Kamu to local Dancehall artists, http://ccrail.com/wp-content/themes/thesis/lib/functions/teasers.php graced the event which was fairly attended.
Artists like; Abdu Mulasi, Jose Chameleone, Swangz Ave, Big Trill, Bucha Man, Diamond Oscar, Raba Daba, Mr Mosh, among others were in attendance.
They started trickling in the club as early 9pm but had to seek refuge in drinks and cigarettes as they waited.
Close to 2am, in the company of his crew members and Ugandan-American based music promoter, Suddi and Club Venom manager, Gareth Onyango, Busy Signal at last appeared.
He was all dressed in black; T-shirt, a pair of jean trousers and black Supra shoes.
He was heavily guarded with over 15 bouncers as he made his way to the club.
“Put your hands together for Busy Signal,” Shouted the MC of the night, Mr Mosh as the club went wild with screams and waist-wrecking music mixing by Kampala’s best Dancehall DJ, Rodger.
Mosh on Mic, Bucha Man Looks on as DJ Rodger spins the disks
He played music “collabos” by local artists interchangeably with the hottest dancehall and Reggae tunes among which included Signal’s.
Artists like Mosh and Bucha Man took to the DJ box and started free-styling on Busy Signal’s instrumental dubs.
However, on hearing his collabo with Bennie Man, Chameleone went wild with his group members as the group stood up, shouted and danced away.
Chameleone and his DJ, Baby Love dancing to his song
Busy signal danced and drunk away all the night to the tunes played although only the reggae ones got him very excited.
He sang along to songs from musicians like Jamaica’s legendary musician, Bob Marley, Burning Spear among other reggae songs that were played until when the microphone was brought to him.
“Uganda, Busy Signal………..party,” said Signal as he belted out his monster hit, Come Over (Missing You).
However, he did not need a lot of efforts to sing, thanks to the audience in the club which sang almost all the words in his songs.
He finally handed back the microphone and sipped his wines as he greeted, took photos with fans and signed autographs.
He was finally led out of the club at around 3am after spending over an hour in the club.
Busy Signal is set to perform tonight at the Lugogo Cricket Oval.