Dancehall and Reggae superstar Busy Signal was given royal treatment, as he was shuttled from the airport in Malawi to a press conference in a personalized helicopter on Friday.

The Pepsi and Guinness brand ambassador was given the grand treatment after touching down in Malawi on Friday, to headline a show at the Civo Stadium in Lilongwe.

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The “Watch Out Fi This” deejay created history, as he became the first Dancehall or Reggae artiste to be given a personalized army Helicopter transport in Africa.

Concert organizers Lucius Banda and the National Bank of Malawi had a army chopper re-branded to promote the concert and shuttle the Jamaican superstar from airport to a press conference.

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Busy Signal is set to headline the massive concert that will also feature event organizer Lucius Banda. Other performers will include Raiders Band, Zembani Band, Lulu and Mathumela Band, Nep Man and Sam Smak are expected to curtain raise the show.

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