Event Cancellation Announcement (Firday December 19th, 2008):-

It is with great disappointment that Special Delivery and Kaya Entertainment informs the media that the show scheduled to be performed in Toronto, Canada on Saturday December 20th with Busy Signal and Munga Honoruable has been cancelled.
Patrons who have purchased advanced tickets will be given a full refund at their original point of purchase.  Special Delivery, in association with Kaya Entertainment take Toronto's Dancehall into overdrive as they present die-hard Dancehall fans with Busy Signal and Munga Honourable on December 20th at the Kool Haus Entertainment Complex.  Dubbed as the show to close out the year, Toronto will be 'busy' as it prepares for two of their most favourite artists.


Busy Signal has set the Dancehall world on fire when he made his debut as one of Bounty Killer's protégé's as a part of the Alliance.  Consistently releasing hit singles, Busy's debut album "Step Out" on the Greensleeve's imprint, earned him the respect of fans and media internationally with hits such as "Not Going Down and "Born and Grow".  His sophomore album, "Fully Loaded" on the VP Records imprint, features chunes such as "Jail" (inspired by his brief time in prison in the U.S.), "Unknown Number" and "These Are The Days".

Part two of this eagerly anticipated show features Munga Honourable who rose to prominence as the first 'Gangsta Rass', making no apologies for who he is, and why he is.  Hailing from St. Mary, and a member of David House, Munga has recorded hit chunes such as "Bad From Me Born", "Gangsta Ras", and "I Came To Take My Place" which catapulted him to international attention upon their release.   Munga has worked with producers Don Corleon on the 10 Pounds of Kush Riddim, Shane Brown on the Silent River Riddim as well as Jam 2, and Baby G.  Munga's video's have been directed by Ras Kassa, Macedon and Jay Will.

About Kaya Entertainment and Special Delivery:

Kaya Entertainment and Special Delivery was founded in 2004 with a vision of putting on the best events for music lovers of all genres.  To date, both groups have worked with artists Barrington Levy, Marcia Griffiths, Gregory Isaacs, Beres Hammond, Beenie Man, Baby Cham, Capleton, Lloyd Banks, D-12, Royce Da 5-9, Joe Budens and KRS 1.  Kaya Entertainment also manufactures Hemp High Life Clothing.