Ffurious ready for St Mary Mi Come From

Saturday, November 10, 2018

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Ffurious is upbeat as he prepares for his upcoming performance on Capleton's annual St Mary Mi Come From stage show, which will be held at National Arena in St Andrew on Saturday.

The fast-rising deejay, who is known for his energetic performances, plans to deliver an exciting performance for his fans.

“I am looking forward to my upcoming performance at St Mary Mi Come From. I've been on the show several times over the year, and I've always delivered a good performance; This year I want to take things on a higher level. Since the start of the year I've been very busy performing overseas and promoting my EP. This will be my first major performance locally in a long time and I'm going to give the patrons something to remember,” said Ffurious.

Ffurious is currently promoting a hot new single titled Make Money, which was released two months ago off his debut EP, My Time.

“The latest single from my EP is doing very well. It's getting a lot of airplay both locally and abroad; it's also doing well in the streets,” he said.

Ffurious is also working on several projects including an EP with New York-based producer Khary Cammock of Great X Productions.

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