There’s a war! Well a musical one. Jamaican super star Busy Signal will compete for revelers with local stars Bebe Cool and Good Lyfe. Busy Signal Kampala concert coincides with the Battle of Champions between Gagamel president Bebe Cool and Good Lyfe talented duo Moze Radio and Weasel TV. While the Bebe and GoodLyfe will be at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds on 6th December, Jamaican dancehall star Glendale Goshia Gordon better known by his stage name Busy Signal will be performing at neighboring Lugogo Cricket Oval.

Busy Signal has already confirmed the massive show by posting on his official social network pages, Twitter and Facebook, that; “Despite rumours of previously booked performances reportedly to be held in East Africa, notably Uganda, recently circulated in the media, Busy Signal has been officially confirmed to perform in Uganda courtesy of Suudiman Productions. Both Busy Signal’s Turf Music Entertainment and Suudiman Productions will be holding a press conference to kickoff their East

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All aspects of this tour will be a joint venture between Turf Music Entertainment and Suudiman Productions.” Reliable sources since revealed the dancehall magnet in fact signed a mega deal last week with Ugandan born US based star promoter, Suudi Lukwago, CEO of Suudiman Productions. “It’s true, we have signed with Busy Signal and he will hold three shows in East Africa. He is excited and can’t wait to put up a massive show for his fans in Kampala,” Suudi told us via a phone from his base in Boston Massachusetts.

Snoops have further established that the other shows will be in Kenya capital, Nairobi and in Kigali, Rwanda. “He is expected to jet in with 16 members of his team including live band crew and he will rock Kampala for 3 hours of nonstop music,” a source intimated. Now the promoter of the battle of Champions Abby Byaruhanga, the man behind Abbitex Promotions, has been trying to get in touch with Suudi Lukwago to find a common ground. We will keep you posted.

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