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Raggamuffin CD released ahead of Festival

Raggamuffin 2014:
Friday 31 January & Saturday 1 February 2014
Rotorua International Stadium

Nineteen tracks by the biggest international and homegrown acts at Raggamuffin 2014 feature on the Raggamuffin 2014 album released ahead of the festival which will be held in Rotorua at the end of the month.

Raggamuffin 2014 takes place in Rotorua on January 31 and February 1 2014.

The two-day festival celebrates reggae music with a massive line-up of reggae megastars with headliners Damian Marley (youngest son of legend Bob Marley), Shaggy, Groundation, Rebel Souljahz and, for the first time in New Zealand, Morgan Heritage.

Tracks from Shaggy, Damian Marley, Morgan Heritage, Rebel Souljahz, Common Kings and Groundation feature alongside New Zealand acts Tiki Taane, Sons Of Zion, Soljah, House of Shem, Three Houses Down, Majic, Ardijah, Che Fu, King Kapisi and Aotearoa Reggae All Stars’ 2013 chart-topper Sensitive To A Smile. Ghetto Youth International artists Christopher Ellis, Black Am I and Wayne Marshall also feature.

The album Raggamuffin 2014 is available from JB Hifi and The Warehouse and online.

ENDS

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