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Busy Signal Preps For Europe Without Shane Brown

Posted: March 26, 2013
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Busy Signal is expected to leave the island tomorrow for an extended comeback tour across Europe, parts of Africa and the Middle East.

Busy Signal’s tour was delayed due to passport related charges which stemmed from his United States extradition last year, but luckily for Busy he’s gotten the green light after paying a fine for passport fraud.

Busy’s tour is schedule to end in November, with a few breaks in between.

Busy Signal recently sacked his longtime manager Shane Brown who was abruptly dragged from his comeback tour and replaced by Busy’s brother who will serve as the entertainer’s new manager.

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