Busha Mark sings for the females

BY SIMONE MORGAN Observer staff reporter

Saturday, April 19, 2014    

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SINGJAY Busha Mark says he has high hopes for his latest single Gi Wi Di Gal Dem. Produced by House O Love and Anthony Moulton, the single was released yesterday.

"This is a dance track which I believe will be a hit in the dancehalls and clubs. It is me basically expressing my love for the females worldwide. The riddim is contagious and the video is one that will have the viewer's undivided attention," Busha told Jamaica Observer.

Born in Kingston, Busha Mark (given name Lee Jay

Scott) began developing his own musical style as youngster.

At 41, Busha said he knows he is competing with some of the younger dancehall acts but said he doesn't feel threatened.

"They are doing their thing and I am doing mine. Good music doesn't have an age limit and some of dancehall's finest artistes are in their 40s. The aim is to continue to do catchy tunes while getting the right publicity," he said.

Influenced by his father, Desmond Scott, Ken Boothe and Gyptian, Busha Mark also known for other singles including Like Woman You Beautiful, Love I can feel and Sweet Love, a collaboration with Anthony Q.





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