Upon his return to Jamaica Busy has to wait two years to apply for a U.S. Visa/work permit. However, by law, he is allowed to remain in the states for 45 days following the completion of his Minnesota sentence. During that time Brown and VP Records will step up promotions of Reggae Music Again, thus maximizing the attention Busy is currently receiving for spiritedly trading verses with Gwen Stefani on the (Major Lazer-produced) title track to No Doubt's recently released album Push and Shove (Interscope).
Brown is currently consulting with Attorney Mauzy and Judge Frank to determine Busy's eligibility for working in the US upon his release. If permission is granted, concerts could take place in New York and Miami as well as other cities, marking the first time Busy has ever performed in the U.S. "Since Friday's sentencing, we were offered 20 shows by a US promoter," Brown said, although he wouldn't offer more details. "America is a very important market for reggae artists," Brown added, "and with this sentencing, it opens the door for Busy to try to come back and be heard by a wider audience."
Source : Billboard.biz