The parish of Westmoreland is abuzz with excitement for Dancehall star Ruffi.

The recording artiste who was born in the community of Haddo in the parish continues to move full steam ahead in pursuit of his dreams.

Westmoreland is the birthplace of the iconic musician Peter Tosh and rising stars such as Ruffi will undoubtedly help to bolster the veneration the parish receives for its contribution to dancehall and reggae music.

He has been headlining shows in various places that have featured the likes of Charlie Blacks, General Degree, Ravon, Dovey Magnum among others.

Ruffi says, having completed two years of promotion he’s ready to take on the road throughout 2019. He has already released several songs which have resonated with a wide cross-section of people such as Life, Never Forget, Fast Cash and most recently Pressure.

And with VPAL Music (a subsidiary of VP Records) handling distribution

Producer Richie Loops says “Ruffi is well ready”. …..We already know he has the songs to captivate the masses so let’s see what the future holds for Ruffi.

Distribution of Ruffi’s latest single – Pressure is being handled by VPAL Music, a subsidiary of VP Records.

Check out his latest single ‘Pressure’ below:


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The parish of Westmoreland is abuzz with excitement for Dancehall star Ruffi. The recording artiste who was born in the community of Haddo in the parish continues to move full steam ahead in pursuit of his dreams. Westmoreland is the birthplace of the iconic musician Peter Tosh and rising stars such as...

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