The Grammy-winning dancehall superstar took to social media to announce his visit on Sunday (October 2).
Sean Paul spent three hours talking with Reggae star during the prison visit.
Buju Banton said fans can expect more greatness, following his release in 12 months.
“Today I went to check Buju Banton, the great legend. He is in great spirits!” Sean Paul stated in the clip on Instagram.
“And him a tell everybody say: 12 months time and you can expect greatness again.
Big up Jamaica. Him say fi hail up everybody. All who doing good and doing bad. Big up uno self. Big up Buju Banton! Legend!”
The “Get Busy” deejay also revealed that the singer, born Mark Myrie, is in good spirits, still very focused and is not broken.
Reports stated that Buju Banton is spending his time keeping fit and healthy, and is also said to be teaching classes to fellow inmates at the facility.
In related news, Buju Banton is set to launch his very own clothing line. The brand dubbed ‘Everything BB’ will display shirts bearing Buju Banton’s image, while others will feature his song lyrics, such as ‘Over Hills and Valley.’
His new release date is December 8, 2018, according to the Federal Bureau of Prisons’ website.
He was arrested in 2009 on cocaine charges, given a mandatory 10-year sentence in 2011, and previously scheduled to be released in 2019.
Days after his conviction, Buju Banton won a Grammy Award for his album Before Dawn. His other albums include ‘Til Shiloh (1995), Inna Heights (1997), and Unchained Spirit (2000).