Busy Signal

Busy Signal
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Busy Signal (Chiemsee Reggae Summer 2013)
Background information
Birth nameGlendale Goshia Gordon
Also known as

Busy Signal,

Born(1979-01-24) 24 January 1979 (age 38)
OriginSaint Ann Parish, Jamaica
GenresReggae, dancehall, reggae fusion, ragga-soca
Occupation(s)Musician, songwriter, deejay, producer
Years active2000 - present
LabelsVP Records, Juke Boxx
Associated actsTiwa savage


Reanno Devon Gordon formerly Glendale Goshia Gordon (given birth to 24 January 1979), better known by his stage name Busy Transmission, is a Jamaican dancehall reggae designer.

Gordon was created in Saint Ann Parish, surviving in areas in Western world and East Kingston such as for example Tivoli Backyards, Papine, and Spanish City. He's a past pupil of Brown's City Comprehensive SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. Known as among the performers leading the modern dancehall motion, Busy Signal is a large area of the picture since 2003. His initial hit one, "COME OUT", was perhaps one of the most well-known dancehall tracks in 2005. A music video for "COME OUT" premiered shortly afterwards.He was nicknamed Busy Sign by his close friends mainly because that he's constantly busy. His strike paths for 2007/2008 had been "Nah Move A Jail Once again", "Smoke cigarettes Some HIGH QUALITY", "Tic Toc" as well as the monitor entitled "Unfamiliar Number" has produced huge airplay and dancehall evaluations specifically in the Caribbean and the united states. He offers released popular dancehall recording entitled COME OUT.On 22 Sept 2008, Busy Transmission released his second studio room album titled Loaded, a 15-monitor compilation on VP Information of popular dancehall hits such as for example "Prison", "Whine Pon Di Advantage", "THEY ARE the times", amongst others, aswell as never-heard-before special tracks such as for example "People So Bad" and "Hustle Hard".The artist announced the introduction of a self-styled clothing collection in 2011.On 21 Might 2012, Gordon was arrested in the Norman Manley AIRPORT TERMINAL in Jamaica because of an extradition warrant from america. He was extradited to the united states on 19 June where he confronted cocaine-related costs. In Sept 2012 he received a six-month jail sentence. He premiered in November, and quickly released the solitary "Come Surprise Out". BBC Music rated Reggae Music Once again No. 7 on the Best 25 Albums of 2012 list.Busy Transmission appears around the WITHOUT DOUBT album, Drive and Shove, collaborating using the band as well as the production group Major Lazer around the title monitor. He also shows up on Main Lazer's second recording Free of charge the Universe, in the monitor "LOOK OUT FOR This (Bumaye)", that was a hit one in several Western european countries.



2005: COME OUT 2008: Loaded 2012: Reggae Music Again


As a business lead musician 2005: "COME OUT" 2008: "Tic Toc" 2010: "YET ANOTHER Night/Night Change" 2011 : "Kingston City" (feat. Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley) 2012: "Arrive Surprise Out" 2013: "Why I Sing" 2013: "Risk Area" 2014: "Skillfully" 2014: "Sport Time" 2014: "Cash Flow" (feat. Eek-A-Mouse) Being a included artist Year Name Peak graph positions Record AUT BEL (Vl) BEL (Wa) DEN FRA NL SWE SWI NG 2012 "Push and Shove" (WITHOUT DOUBT featuring Busy Sign and Main Lazer) — — — — — — — — - WITHOUT DOUBT record Push and Shove 2013 "Look out for This (Bumaye)" (Main Lazer featuring Active Sign, The Flexican and FS Green) 40 5 8 14 4 7 45 23 - Main Lazer album Free of charge the Universe 2016 "Essential to the town" (Tiwa Savage offering Busy Sign) — — — — — — — — 1 Tiwa Savage record R.E.D_(Tiwa_Savage_album)