- Busy Signal has swept over the Latin Billboard with the collaboration ‘After Party’ featuring Mel Granda and Osmani Garcia.
- The song a fusion of Dancehall and Reggaeton stormed the Latin and Dance/Electronic on Thursday.
- ‘After Party’ is Busy Signal’s first Billboard song in 10 years since his run away hit ‘Watch Out For This’ Bumaye with Major Lazer
Busy Signal is an elated man following his song ‘After Party’ a collaborative effort with Mel Granda and Osmani Garcia making it to two Billboard charts on Thursday.
‘After Party’ is a fusion of dancehall and reggaeton. The song made it to the Latin and Dance/Electronic charts on Thursday.
Both Busy Signal and his producer, Crawba Genius were over the moon with the development.
The song was released into the market on October 6th and has already made inroads in the global music scene.
It hit number 1 on the Latin USA iTunes a few days after its premier and now has moved onto two Billboard charts on Thursday October 19th.
In a statement to the press, the producer, Genius noted that fans in the international Latin and Dancehall communities were joyous with the song.
He added that the song was further performing well in a number of Spanish-speaking nations and the Caribbean diaspora.
The song debuted on the Latin Digital Song Sales chart at position 7 on Thursday.
Thereafter, it entered the Dance/Electronic Digital Sales chart at number 15.
Thankful To Fans
While commenting on the song’s success, Busy Signal was grateful to his fans for pushing the song to the new limits.
He noted his huge fanbase within the Latin set up who stream and also purchase the song.
Busy Signal further shared his gratitude to fellow artists, Mel Granda and Osmani Garcia for their immense contribution on the project making it a success.
‘After Party’ is Busy Signal’s first Billboard success in 10 years since his run away hit ‘Watch Out For This’ (Bumaye) featuring Major Lazer.
Busy Signal’s song producer, Crawba Genius is also the producer behind the Platinum-selling artiste, Charly Black.