Thursday, March 13, 2014

It's a wrap! Ghanaian Dancehall King Samini video shoot with Popcaan

Samini (in red) Popcaan (c) onset video shoot
Samini the King of Ghanaian Dancehall has wrapped up his most recent music video shoot for a collaboration with Jamaican Dancehall artiste Popcaan, who was in Ghana for a concert last week.  The video, which was directed by Prince Doylo features appearances by other Ghanaian artistes such as kaakie, Jupita and upcoming dancehall artiste Hus Eugene.  The song, whose title is yet to be made public, was produced by Magnom.

Ruffi-Ann Debut 'Save The Juvenile' Album

Reggae artiste Ruffi-Ann made a lasting impression on the Jamaican music industry when she released the Max Romeo produced single 'Save the Juveniles' in 2009.  Recently, a very proud Ruffi-Ann launched her Dean Fraser produced debut album of the same name "Save the Juveniles" at Jungle Fyah Lounge in Portmore, St. Catherine.

The 16 track album features two (2) collaborations with Tarrus Riley and Dean Fraser entitled 'Good Friends' and 'Give it to Mi' respectively. Ruffi-Ann paid tribute to her mother on a track called, 'Precious Mom' which she performed with her brother and guitarist, Glen Peterkin. Listen Ruffi-Ann's message to wreckless drivers click

Several artistes came out to support her including Admiral Bailey, Richie Stephens, Max
who performed two old favourites, Power Fall On I and Tribal War as well as Junior Heptones, the son of the late Barry Heptones who did a medley of tracks including 'Buy You a Flower' and 'Book of Rose' and Thriller U who closed the segment.

'Save the Juveniles' album by Ruffi-Ann is distributed by VP Record label