Monday, 24 September 2012

IN THE MIX: Wayne Marshall to drop True Colours; Busy Signal’s dramatic weight loss

FOR THE RECORD: “This album shows experience and musical growth. I am getting better at my craft and I am learning. I guess the music will speak for itself,” says Wayne Marshall in reference to his forthcoming second album, True Colours (Ghetto Youths), a 14-track effort due in early 2013 and featuring the likes of Sean Paul, Bounty Killer, I-Octane, and executive producer Damian Marley. “People will see the experience and the growth and will grow with us,” he adds. Marshall's last album, Marshall Town, was released in 2003 via VP Records. 

HOT TRACKS: Also dropping new records soon: Richie Spice, who is putting out Soothing Sounds: Acoustic via Tad’s Records on Oct. 23 and fellow reggae virtuoso Wayne Wonder, whose My Way comes out on VP Records Nov. 20. 

CRY FREEDOM: The game needs Busy Signal. And, as it turns out, the embattled deejay could be back behind the mic as soon as Xmas. Despite the six-month jail term he recently received in Minnesota for absconding bail on drug charges dating back to 2002, the entertainer could be a free man within the next 60 days. “He lost a substantial amount of weight,” explains his US-based attorney William Mauzy, “and it's an ordeal he is looking forward to being over.”

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