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March 8, 2014
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Ruffi-Ann launches new album



Reggae artiste Ruffi-Ann showed her lyrical abilities on the track Save the Juveniles, which made a great impact on the audience during her album launch at Jungle Fyah Lounge in Portmore, recently.

The album, also titled Save the Juveniles, is a 16-track project with two collaborations - Tarrus Riley on the track Good Friends and expert saxophonist Dean Fraser on Give it to Mi.

She pressed the button on numerous topics in songs like Precious Mom, where she paid tribute to her mother. For this song, she was joined onstage by her brother, Glen Peterkin, on guitar.

Veteran artistes Admiral Bailey and Richie Stephens also came out to show their support for the artiste.

Reggae singer Max Romeo performed two old favourites in Power fall on I in his own unique way, and a touch of Tribal War.

Junior Heptones, the son of the late Barry Heptones, did a medley including Buy you Flowers and Book of Rose, while Thriller U rounded off the performances.

The Save the Juveniles album is produced by Dean Fraser and distributed by VP Records.

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