Buju Banton is teasing his fanatics with footage from his Gargamel Music Studio off Red Hills in St Andrew.
Taking to social media, the Jamaican entertainer shared a video of himself singing in the recording booth.
He also revealed that he has been working on new songs that his fans will certainly enjoy.
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“Yo world, working on the night shift… I’m feeling it, don’t worry you will too 🦁,” he captioned the clip on Instagram.
Unfortunately, the audio was removed from the visual. However, it was enough to send fans into a frenzy.
“I bouncing and it don’t even have sound, we readyyy!” one fan commented.
“Is it weird that this video has no sound, yet I can Hear his voice ❤️,” another expressed.
Meanwhile, Buju Banton is preparing to make his first stage appearance since 2011 this Saturday, March 16, at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica.
In another video shared online last month, the Grammy Award-winning entertainer spoke to his fans for the first time since returning to Jamaica back in December.
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“Eighty-six months of chains is finally over, i’ve deliberately kept my silence so Icould observe with my own eyes what was going on, not only locally but globally, “Banton said in the clip.
“How are you?! I am ready for you, are you ready for me? We have nuff things fi talk about.. Mi realize say a pan this (Instagram) everybody a talk and run off dem mouth pan eno,” he continued.
“Mi readily admit, i am ignorant to it, but i’m gonna get it you’ll see but until then stay tuned and i hope to see you because i need to see you, we got so much things to talk about,” he added while laughing before the end of the video.
The artist’s publicist, Ronnie Tomlinson, recently told media reporters that the response to the artist’s post-prison show, set for March 16 at the National Stadium, has been overwhelming and that the “Destiny” singer’s first show of his Long Walk to Freedom tour will go down in Jamaica’s history books.
“It’s an event that you do not want to miss. This show is a part of history in our culture. For so long, we’ve been hash-tagging ‘Free Buju Banton’ wanting him to be home and now he’s here, we’re going to give him the best celebration and welcome we know how to,” she said, pointing out that the Gargamel is just as excited to see his fans as they are to see him.
“He’s very ready to perform for us, to talk to us and just say thank you to each and everyone of his supporters,” she continued.
“Rehearsals have been going well. All his friends are looking forward to joining him on this historic show. It’s just all building up really nicely at the moment.”
Buju Banton is also expected to deliver performances in several other islands across the region, including Trinidad and Tobago, The Bahamas, Barbados, Suriname, Grenada, British Virgin Islands, and St Kitts.