Busy Signal Reworks Black Sherif's ''Kweku The Traveler''

Busy Signal Reworks Black Sherif’s ”Kweku The Traveler”

Busy Signal has made it clear that Black Sherif’s current smash single, ‘Kwaku The Traveller,’ has made its way to every corner of the globe where people like music.

The fever appears to have finally reached one of the world’s top Reggae/Dancehall musicians after it set numerous records and achieved some incredible milestones following its March release.

The Jamaican musician has released a remix of the song, which has gone viral on social media.

The one more night hitmaker was seen singing the refix he has yet to release during a live session on his Instagram page.

In the video, Busy Signal teases his version of ‘Kweku The Traveller’ and begs his fans to eagerly await its release.

Gordon was born in Saint Ann Parish and grew up in West and East Kingston neighborhoods like Tivoli Gardens, Papine, and Spanish Town. He attended Brown’s Town Comprehensive High School in the past. Busy Signal, known as one of the artists spearheading the contemporary dancehall movement, has been a fixture on the scene since 2003, and released his debut single “Step Out” in 2005. Soon after, a music video for “Step Out” was released.

His friends dubbed him Busy Signal because he is always on the go.
His hit tracks for 2007/2008 were “Nah Go A Jail Again,” “Smoke Some High Grade,” “Tic Toc,” and “Unknown Number,” which received a lot of airplay and dancehall reviews, especially in the Caribbean and the United States.
Step Out, his hit dancehall album, was released.

On September 22, 2008, Busy Signal released Loaded, a 15-track compilation on VP Records of well-known dancehall hits such as “Jail,” “Whine Pon Di Edge,” and “These Are the Days,” among others, as well as previously unreleased exclusive tracks such as “People So Evil” and “Hustle Hard.”

In 2011, the artist announced the launch of his own clothing line.

Gordon was arrested at the Norman Manley International Airport in Jamaica on May 21, 2012, due to a US extradition warrant.

On June 19, he was extradited to the United States, where he faced cocaine-related charges.

He was sentenced to six months in prison in September 2012.
 He was released in November and immediately followed up with the single “Come Shock Out.”

 Reggae Music was ranked No. 7 on BBC Music’s list of the Top 25 Albums of 2012.

Busy Signal appears on No Doubt’s Push and Shove album, collaborating with the band and Major Lazer on the title track.

In addition, he appears on Major Lazer’s second album, Free the Universe.

He also appears on Major Lazer’s second album, Free the Universe, in the song “Watch Out For This (Bumaye),” which became a hit single in several European countries
He released “Sports Day: Everyone Move” in 2014, but he stole music from Hatsune Miku’s cover of the Internet sensation Ievan Polkka. His Parts of the Puzzle album was released on VP Records on October 4, 2019. It debuted at number two on the Billboard Reggae Albums chart.

He has five studio albums and lots of singles like Step Out Inna, Tic Toc” debuted, One More Night/Night Shift, Kingston Town(feat. Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley), Come Shock Out, Why I Sing, Danger Zone, Professionally, Sports Day: Everyone Moves, Money Flow (feat. Eek-A-Mouse).

Kwaku the Traveller since its release, Joker Nharnah’s The Traveller has been at the top of major music playlists across the world’s digital streaming platforms.
Apple Music Top 100 Nigeria and Ghana debut at number one.

The song was the world’s most Shazammed song, #1 on Triller, #1 on Deezer, #1 on Boomplay Hot Trending 100, and has also entered the Spotify Viral 50 charts with #1 in Sweden, #5 in the UK, #10 on Spotify Global, #2 in Norway, #3 in Denmark, #6 in both the Netherlands and Belgium, and #9 in France, among others for couple of weeks.

This meteoric rise comes as no surprise to music fans worldwide.
With a well-crafted storyline and amazing melodies, the song is themed on a captivating story of a young man on a lifetime journey in search of greatness.