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May 22, 2014
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Ruffi-Ann ready to shine

Ruffi-Ann - File

The talented singjay who began her career in the early 1990s under the name Lady Shabba has paid her dues. Now she's looking forward to even brighter days in music.

"I've been in the game for a while now; I've paid my dues and now I'm ready to shine. The business seems unfair at times, but I will not let that faze me. I'm a hard worker and I'm not giving up," she said.

Ruffi-Ann is currently promoting her debut album titled Save the Juvenile. "The album is getting a good response; the fans love it. I have been getting a lot of positive feedback about it locally and from overseas fans, especially in Europe," she said.

She is also promoting a single off the album called Careless Driving. "The first single off the album is doing well. It's getting a lot of airplay on radio stations like IRIE FM, HITZ 92 FM and Sun City FM. The video for Carless Driving is also getting a lot of rotation. The fans love it because of the positive message of the song."

Ruffi-Ann is also receiving a lot of attention with the music video for her song called Poor Caan Tek No More. "I did this video a few years ago, it's a very good video and the fans love it."

Ruffi-Ann recently delivered a strong performance at Sizzla's birthday bash in Westmoreland.

"The vibes at Sizzla's birthday bash was awesome, the people didn't want me to leave the stage. I had to perform several songs off the album for them," she said.

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