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    Along with the Cristal champagne, the pimped-up wheels, and the displays of bling, the private jet is the only way for any self-respecting artist to prove he has finally escaped the ghetto and is living the life on easy streets.     That’s why independent record label Down Sound Records chose to hire a private jet for Busy Signal’s classy video shoot for the singles, the hard-hitting street anthem 'Defence', and the booty-bouncing banger, Bout It. Both of which appear on the Church Money riddim on the DSR imprint.   
"We want to show that Busy Signal is a major star who has arrived to rejuvenate reggae and dancehall music. He is a really phenomenal artistes and he is doing some incredible music since his return," Bogdanovich, Down Sound Records CEO, said. 
When this video finally airs on television, it will make a major splash, especially the scenes with the energetic, scantily clad girls shaking their assets on the hot tarmac at Tinson Pen Aerodrome in Kingston, with a twin engine jet in the background. Sher Rumbar and her dance crew really showed off some incredible dance moves that raised the temperature of the already sizzling tarmac. 
The scenes on board the airplane are  equally bombastic with the girls dancing up a storm on the seats and in the aisles of the airplane as Busy Signal, and Down Sound Records CEO Josef Bogdanovich officially join the Mile High Club in the company of eight buxom babes from the dancehall, and four hi-grade beauty models. Dancehall selector Foota Hype also makes a cameo in the video. 
Seeing is believing. And you've got to ogle these  hotties in Busy's new video. 
Other scenes for the videos were shot at Oneil’s Place on Hagley Park Road in St. Andrew.
Since his return to Jamaica, Busy Signal has been recording up a storm, doing several songs with producers such as Rohan ‘Snowcone’ Fuller, Donovan Germaine, Cordel ‘Skatta’ Burrell and his manager, Shane Brown.  
He is one of the featured artistes on this year’s Sting 2012 concert where he is expected to unleash his full repertoire of songs.
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