Busy Signal Arrest Sparks Increase Album Sales

Busy Signal is currently enjoying a spike in sales for his latest album Reggae Music Again, as fans scramble to get a copy, fearing will be incarcerated for a while.

Busy Signal was extradited to the United States last week where he will stand trial for absconding bail a decade ago in Minnesota.

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VP Records spokesperson, Michelle Williams, told the observer that the album is doing much better since his arrest after a couple weeks of slow sales.

“It’s not been dramatic but I think more people are tuning in to his music because they realise Busy is a good artiste,” Williams said.

Reggae Music Again was released on April 24th and features singles such as Reggae Music Again, Sweetest Life, Kingston Town, Jah Love and Wicked Man.

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Busy Signal, whose real name is Glendale Gordon, pleaded not guilty when he appeared in a Minnesota court earlier this week.

Busy Signal is facing two charges related to a drug trafficking arrest in 2002. If he is convicted on the absconding bail charge, he could face up to five years behind bars.