Sunday, April 5, 2015

Busy Signal officially launched the Busy 20/20 HHFL Charity

"The more you give, the more you get."

Busy Signal is the newest addition to a growing list of Charitable Organisations Spearheaded by Jamaican Reggae and Dancehall Artistes. The prominent Dancehall artiste officially launched his Busy 202/20 Helping Hands Foundation Limited (Busy 20/20 HHFL), Thursday, April 2, 2015 at, The Jewel Dunn's River, Ocho Rios in the parish of St. Anns, Jamaica. 

The Busy 20/20 HHFL primary focus is the St. Anns Bay Hospital. The foundations's first undertaking is to raise funds to purchase a X-Ray/CAT Scan equipment at an estimated $12 million. The announcements came recently in an article published in the Jamaica Observer confirming the decision by Busy Signal to undertake the venture, he said, "This is the hospital I was born in. The majority of people from St. Ann are farmers and they don't have the money fi go private hospital so mi haffi help inna my way and give back. Dem need the help."

Busy Signal join fellow artistes Shaggy, Cherine Anderson, Mr. Vegas, Konshens, Aidonia, Lady Saw, Richie Spice, Queen Ifrika and others who are seriously engaged in the development of future Jamaica. Known for hits such as Nah Go Jail Again and Watch Out for Dis, Busy Signal draw reference from current economic issues affecting Jamaican to show how one can make a difference, "Government a government. We haffi help inna our way. Nobody is excluded from sickness." 

"Your profession is not what brings home your paycheck. Your profession is what you were put on Earth to do with such intensity that it becomes spiritual in calling." 
~ Vincent Van Gogh~


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