Reggae veteran Buju Banton Not Approve of So-called ‘Song Released From Prison’
Buju Banton’s defense team is dispelling reports that the incarcerated entertainer has released a new song.
Just after images of “Driver A” deejay entertaining his fellow inmates at a Georgia correctional facility in the United States surfaced on social media, comes a new song titled “My Favourite Song” produced by Jamaican based Stone Cold Records, as previously reported.
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However, Rosemarie Duncan, coordinator of the Buju Banton defense support committee, has reportedly told media reporters that during a conversation with Buju on Tuesday (August 25) evening, the Gargamel revealed that he does not approve of the song.
“My Favourite Song” was reportedly recorded in 2001 but never released. The producer in an interview says he decided to release the song to maintain a positive image for Buju Banton amidst “constant negativity about the artiste”.
Buju Banton is doing very well and continues to write music behind bars, in relating news. Rosemarie adds that Buju is anticipating several releases.
Buju Banton is currently serving a 10-year sentence in a US Federal prison on cocaine charges. He scheduled to be deported to Jamaica in 2019.
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