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Reanno Gordon

Born in Tivoli Gardens in the heart of West Kingston, Busy Signal, born Reanno Gordon, started singing hymns at his mother's church.

When church was over, Reanno would sit on the corner with his friends and 'flip' the devotional lyrics, until his mother's guiding hand cautioned him for altering the Lord's songs.

Reanno continued performing at school, beating his fists in time on his desk and deejaying Bounty Killer's songs (he claims to know all of Bounty's lyrics) before progressing to his own material.

Since stepping out onto the Dancehall scene in 2003, Busy Signal's undeniable talent and lyrical dexterity has taken him quickly to the front of the pack. Busy's breakout hit single, Step Out, was one of Dancehall's hottest songs for 2005 and with a thugged-out video to match, it signalled the arrival of dancehall's next superstar.

Busy Signal, an alias given to him by a friend because of his constantly busy persona, has always approached his craft from a different perspective, not trodding the usual road of trying to 'voice' on many rhythms in order to try and catch a break. Instead, Busy chose to record songs with concepts attached to them on purpose-built rhythms.

 




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Night Shift (views: 1280)
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Jail (views: 1295)
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Pon The Edge (views: 1470)
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