Music Image Records presents “Deportee” by Busy Signal
Busy Signal plans to begin 2016, with the release of “Deportee”, produced by Music Image Records. In this brand-new track, due to be released on January 16th, 2015, Busy sings about the social phenomenon of deportation.
He critics people who leave their homeland to live life larger than they could afford while their family struggles to make both ends meet in Jamaica. Somehow, they often end up being deported from those country and have to fly back to their homeland. I guess it’s what they call “bad karma”.
The track was voiced on a deep and dark Dancehall riddim. The arrangement is made in such a way that it adds some suspense to the song. It’s a very good song overall. Watch out for the official release.
“No ramp with Uncle Sam. Nor di Queen fi England. No Mess with Canadian. Foreign land. Some boy floss a foreign and broke a yard. No even have one ends build up a yard. Get dip now him stuck a yard, it seems like him luck get ****** abroad. […]
Mama deh a yard a work hard like slave. Him never send a dime nor a soap fi she bathe. Inna foreign a show off like him have di thing made. Fool, go mash a work inna Tenesse. Before him sort out mama him a floss with the Hennessy. Yow inna foreign everything change. […]
So when you a touch back the ends now. Weh you a go tell your friends now? Yow! Where your benz now? You pop down you too late fi hold a meds now.”