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Posted: February 8, 2011
K'Shema Francis's picture

Reggae princess Etana's second album, Free Expressions hits the shelves today and by all indications, the 15-track project is set to surpass the excitement created by her debut album, The Strong One.

Originally, set for a late 2010 release, Free Expressions will be on record store shelves in Jamaica, the United States, across Europe, Caribbean and in one of the largest reggae markets Japan.

Etana tells music news that she excited about the new album which she wrote 12 out the 15 tracks




Etana now sets off for an extensive US tour tomorrow to promote Free Expression




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