Ruffi-Ann delivers Strong Performance At Twelve Tribes Coronation Celebrations @RalstonBarrett

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Reggae artiste Ruffi-Ann formerly known as Lady Shabba has developed into a very strong stage performer. Her prowess on stage was evident when she performed at the recently held celebration of the 84th anniversary of the Coronation of the Emperor of Ethiopia Haile Selassie I, which was held at the Twelve Tribes of Israel headquarters in Kingston.

Ruffi-Ann entertained the massive audience which turned out for the event in fine style as she reeled off a number of songs from her impressive catalogue such as Careless Driving, Poor Caan Tek Nuh More, Save the Juvenile and Hot Skull.

“Whenever I go on stage I try my best to give the audience a very good performance and that’s what I did at the coronation celebrations. The audience really appreciated my performance and showed me a lot of love,” said Ruffi-Ann. 

Ruffi-Ann is currently promoting the video for her latest single called Hot Skull. “The video for Hot Skull is doing well its getting a lot of rotation and the fans love it. Everywhere I go people come up to me and tell me they love the video.” 

Ruffi-Ann is also working on a number of new projects that will be released on her Sugar Pan Productions label. “I’ve been very busy in the studios working on a number of new songs, some of them will be released in time for the Christmas season.”
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