Busy Signal, whose hit songs include Nah Go A Jail Again, Smoke Some High Grade, Tic Toc and Watch Out For This (Bumaye), has been unable to work in the US due to legal challenges. Chris Roberts, CEO of the event, said the deejay has been granted a visa to perform in the United States. He joins Ken Boothe, Freddie McGregor, Tarrus Riley and R Kelly as headliners for ‘Groovin’ at Roy Wilkins Park in Queens, New York.“I am happy that this historic performance will be delivered on a Groovin’ stage, the biggest music platform for reggae and R&B music in the US,” said Roberts.U Roy, Leroy Sibbles, Lloyd Parks and We The People Band, and a 17-man orchestra directed by Michael ‘Ibo’ Cooper, will also perform. Busy Signal will be performing at Groovin In The Park on June 25, promoters of the annual event have confirmed.
They saw the Clippers look completely helpless to what the Warriors wanted to do. They saw Blake Griffin cough the ball up five times in the first six minutes. They saw J.J. Redick flat on the ground after a screen while his man swished a 3. They saw the Clippers scrap for a loose ball and then immediately throw it away. They saw the Golden State Warriors celebrating, hands the air, after each dunk.They saw the Clippers lose 115-98 to a team they cannot seem to beat.That the Warriors missed their first seven shots didn’t matter. That Golden State’s 3-point attack largely faltered didn’t matter either. That Stephen Curry missed all eight shots from deep, that Klay Thompson and Kevin Durant had off nights shooting – well, that didn’t matter either.When the Clippers have big leads against the Warriors, they lose. When the Clippers have to get the biggest stops against the Warriors, they can’t. And, if they need to send a message, they can’t deliver it.“It wasn’t much of a game,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said. LOS ANGELES >> They’ll say it’s December.They’ll say that beating a team in the regular season doesn’t mean a thing in the postseason, that it’s just one of 82, part of the months-long journey to get to the point where the basketball really matters.But the words, they don’t really matter.Wednesday, it was all about the eyes. It’s why they’ve lost seven straight games to Golden State.Wednesday’s game presented a new set of questions about the Clippers, the feel-good first four weeks of the season erased by five losses in the seven games since Thanksgiving.As the Warriors missed shot after shot early, the Clippers failed to capitalize. Griffin was especially sloppy with the basketball, the slew of turnovers keeping the Clippers from ever leading by more than 2 points in the early moments.After the Clippers took a one-point lead on a DeAndre Jordan tip dunk, the Warriors scored 18 of the next 21 points, beating them for easy layups in transition and for backdoor ones in the half court.By the time the quarter ended, the Clippers had turned the ball over nine times and the Warriors led by 18.“We set the tone early,” Rivers said. “We turned the ball over. … And I never thought we got our spirit back after that beginning.”Jamal Crawford, Austin Rivers and Marreese Speights’ play off the bench helped mount a faux comeback, cutting it to single digits, but the Clippers never sustained their challenge. In the third quarter, with the starters back on the floor, Golden State’s lead grew all the way to 27, the biggest deficit the Clippers have faced this season.“Our spirit wasn’t right,” Chris Paul said.And even with Durant shooting 5-of-17, with the Warriors, as a team, making only 24.1 percent from the field, the Clippers never managed to find a way to make things uncomfortable.Griffin went 5-for-20 from the field, allowing his frustration to result in a technical foul. J.J. Redick could only shake loose for four shot attempts, stifled by Golden State’s swarming defense.The Warriors had 32 assists, and the Clippers had only 15. No Clipper starter scored more than 15 points; only one Warriors starter scored less than 16 points.With minutes left in the game and starters already done for the night, Warriors backup James Michael McAdoo missed a pair of free throws, meaning fans in attendance won a free chicken sandwich.The Clipper fans roared in approval – maybe the best thing to happen to them all night. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error