BUSY SIGNAL’S “PARTS OF THE PUZZLE” OUT TODAY The Release October 4, 2019 Entertainment After Week of NYC Promo and Making History at Album Signing Album photo by Chance Nkosi GomezOther Photos by Devin Allen Out today on VP Records, the long-awaited, new studio album Parts of the Puzzle, from dancehall reggae star Busy Signal is available worldwide. The album launches the Friday after a successful week of New York and Boston promo including stops at Tidal, Billboard, YouTube, Power 105, On The Riddim, Jamn 94.5, Apple Beats 1 with Ebro which held the world premiere of his new single “100%” featuring Afro B and more. On Thursday October 3rd, he made history being the first reggae artist to do an album signing at the popular Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream New York, serving the Long Island and Queens areas. He continues his promo with stops in Philadelphia, Connecticut and Florida for Miami carnival. In addition to these stops, exclusive listening events were held for DJ’s and music influencers in Brooklyn and Maryland. The new album features popular singles ‘Stay So‘ (30+ million views on YouTube), ‘One Way‘, ‘Dolla Van‘ and ‘Got To Tell You’. The four tracks have amassed millions of social media impressions to date, weekly streams in the hundreds of thousands and active rotations on mix-show radio in the US, as well as massive street credibility. The album includes features from dancehall legend Bounty Killer on ‘Nuh Weh Nuh Safe,’ veteran deejay Josey Wales on the retro flavored ‘Bring Back The Vibes’ and breakthrough Afrobeats artist Afro B on “100%”. Busy Signal is renowned for his successful fusions of dancehall reggae with Afrobeats, hip-hop and EDM that have yielded unique sounds and a broad based audience. This innovation has led to international popularity, providing multiple collaborations and music placements with major corporations including Pepsi and Bacardi, in advertising campaigns. “In today’s world where, the attention spans are short,” said Busy (real name Reanno Gordon). “People don’t want to stay on one thing, they want the next thing at all times, you must keep the thing new.” Highlighting his focus on targeting as wide a fan base as possible, Busy states “It’s all love and entertainment.” With this, his fifth project, Busy is well-established in the dancehall scene and this acclaim has transcended the Caribbean, with concerts and chart hits throughout America, The Caribbean, Europe and Africa. His long history in dancehall began in the early 2000’s, as a member of Bounty Killer’s famous Alliance crew. His musical prowess allowed him to breakthrough as a solo artist, with his 2005 hit ‘Step Out’. This was followed by years of dominance in reggae and dancehall, with classic hits such as ‘Come Over’, ‘Unknown Number’ and ‘Whine Pon Di Edge’. His ability to cater to the need for new music was showcased in his 2010 albums, crossing-over genres with multi-award winning artists such as the wildly popular Major Lazer on the 2012 ‘Push and Shove’ featuring No Doubt and one of 2013’s songs of the year ‘Watch Out For This (Bumaye)’. He also attacked the Latin music market with ‘Busy Latino’. His musical fluidity has been the driving force behind much of his success; for example, with the inventive reggae cover of Phil Collin’s soft-rock hit ‘One More Night’, which is one of his most popular tracks. Tracklist: 01. Stay So 02. One Way 03. Real Born Gallis 04. Got To Tell You 05. Balloon 06. Everywhere We Go 07. Search No More 08. Therapy 09. Girl Like You 10. Bring Back The Vibes feat. Josey Wales 11. Fat Under 12. Dolla Van 13. 100% feat. Afro B 14. Nuh Weh Nuh Safe feat. Bounty Killer 15. Starr Buxx 16. Jah Know Dawg 17. Smiling Face Follow Busy Signal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/busysignal_turf/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OneBusySignal/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/busysignal_turf?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.