Busy Signal paid $6,000 (Shs21m) for Meet and Greet

Musician Big Eye’s Sheila and some unnamed businessmen paid Busy Signal more than $6,000 (approximately Shs 21m) so he attends a meet and greet event ahead of the Pepsi-sponsored Busy Signal and Konshens Live in Kampala concert slated for Friday at Lugogo Cricket Oval.

Busy Signal has paid $6000 for meet and greet party

Busy Signal has paid $6000 for meet and greet party

The meet-and-greet has been scheduled for Thursday at Club Venom and Busy Signal is expected in Uganda today at 1pm aboard an Emirates flight. He will hold a press conference tomorrow morning at Kampala Sheraton Hotel.

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“The investors who took up the Meet and Greet party, which Busy Signal will attend, paid the Jamaican artiste more than $6,000,” said the source. Konshens will arrive on Thursday at 10pm. Promoters of the Pepsi-sponsored concert forked out a whopping $50,000 (Shs172 million) to bring both artistes to Kampala.

Pepsi has injected more than Shs200 million into the concert, making the refreshing brand the official sponsor. Konshens, 29, last came to Kampala in August 2013 in a Pepsi-sponsored Live For Now concert and he is expected to perform his new and old hit songs like; Gyal a Bubble, Bad Gal, Jah Love Me, Gunshot a Fire, Don’t you Try Con Me, Stop Signs, Do Sumn, Couple Up, Sumn Deh, Bring Back Lovemaking, among others.

While Busy Signal who is comfortable in reggae, dancehall, reggae fusion, and ragga-soca music genres, will perform Come Over, Gyal Yuh Good, Night Shift/One More Night, All In One, Watch Out For This, Bedroom Bully, Come Over, Raggae Music Again, among others.

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