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Watch Major Lazer and Busy Signal “Jump” Video


Major Lazer and Busy Signal drop a colorful video for their latest collaborative single “Jump.”

The colorful clip was directed by Dan Streit and Lindsey Nico Mann and features a 1980s theme video. The cut starts out with Busy Signal sitting while surrounded by four monkeys. The clip then transitioned to a group of male and female dancers showing off their skills in a bit of a dance off. Walshy Fire also made a cameo in the video.

“Mash up mash up mash up the place / When mi walk in everything lift (Jump!) / And everybody hold a vibe / Everybody get high like dem have a big spliff,” Busy deejay. Major Lazer and Busy Signal have worked together in the past on the single “Watch Out For This (Bumaye).” The video for that single went viral on YouTube and racked up over 20 million views.

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Watch Shawn Storm “Full Clip Load” Animated Video (Alkaline Diss)


Shawn Storm released an animated video for his gritty Alkaline diss track “Full Clip Load.”

The clip starts out with Shawn Storm escaping from prison before going on a crime spree that ended with his rescuing Vybz Kartel from prison. In the song, Kartel protege diss all of the Gaza enemies starting with Alkaline and move down the line to Aidonia’s J.O.P., Busy Signal, Mavado, and Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor. “Everybody mi ago kill everybody / all tha one deh weh sound like Addi,” he deejay.

Shawn Storm has always been loyal to Vybz Kartel and was even convicted for the same murder that the Gaza boss is serving life for. Storm will be eligible for parole in 25 years. Both artists, as well as, the other two men convicted for the crime will have their first appeal court hearing in February next year. All four men have maintained their innocence.

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Watch Busy Signal New Vudeo “My Time Now”


Busy Signal drop the visuals for his single “My Time Now.”

The short clip was directed by Warrior Films JA and features the prolific dancehall deejay delivering a positive message to his fans. “Some a pree war youth wise / Pree house and car tell them say anno crime time now / Chill out in a mi house with wife and pitney them / More life deh pon mi mind right now,” Busy Signal deejay.

Last week, Ding Dong took a jab at Busy in a new song “Flare” signalling that there is a feud going on between the two artists. The Turf boss responded with a hardcore dancehall joint but never specifically name it as a Ding Dong diss record. Watch the music video for “My Time Now” below.

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Ding Dong and Busy Signal Beefing

Ding Dong versus Busy Signal is the most unlikely beef in dancehall this year.

With Sting coming to an end last year, dancehall currently has no live platform for hard clash anymore, but that isn’t stopping artists from stirring up new feuds. Dancer turn deejay, Ding Dong, released a new single last week “Flare” where he took a surprising jab at Busy Signal leaving everyone to figure out what’s really going on between the two of them.

“Yo no see the Ravers crew flare / Mi diamonds a canary, every dogs wa mi roll with scary / Yo see me cloth and me car wash daily / A wah yo think man lame / Mi no Busy Signal no call Gary,” Ding Dong deejay. In one of his biggest singles to date “On More Night,” Buys Signal has a line that can easy be misinterpreted. “Hear me gimme one more night girl / A million more night cuz I can’t sleep without you,” Busy sings. That line can easily be confused with “Gary gimme one more night.”

Busy Signal drops a brand new track “Stay So” this week where he took shots at his haters. Some dancehall fans think that he is specifically taking shots at Ding Dong.

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Busy Signal Addresses Mic Cut Off At Groovin In NYC

Busy Signal is still fuming after his microphone was cut off during his performance at last week’s Groovin’ In The Park in New York City.

The dancehall deejay wasn’t the only one who was visibly upset, the audience was also angry after the deejay’s set was cut short approximately 20 minutes into his performance. The entire incident seems like it was poor time management by the promoters and R. Kelly was scheduled to perform after Busy Signal. “If me can’t perform then R. Kelly can’t perform either,” Busy said before storming off the show.

“I think some time crunching was going on and I don’t know why they managed it so bad that it reached me,” Busy Signal said. “They didn’t manage the time right and I am very proud of the way I handled it. I asked the 40,000 people at ‘Groovin’ if they liked what was taking place and they said No.”

“I was scheduled to perform at 5 PM and I was there from 3:04 PM way before my time to perform,” Signal told Winford Williams. “I watched other acts performed their full set. People were there anticipated the whole thing and I was there peeping out to get a feel of what to expect and see the venue getting packed, I heard that this show was packed.”

Busy Signal recently got back his United States visa and work permit and this is his first performance in the U.S. in 15 years.