Prodigal Son new album titled '7699' to be release in June 2012

by DRW
(Jamaica)

Prodigal Son

Prodigal Son

Gospel artiste Prodigal Son is gearing up to launch his new album titled '7699', which he says is one of his best works.


The 20-track album will be launched on June 2 at the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre. The day will be a 'three-in-one' event with Prodigal Son staging his annual Freedom Fest show, launching his album along with a concert, and also celebrating his birthday.

Although he is keeping the meaning of the album a secret for now, Prodigal Son said this album is a reflection of his personality.

"I carefully selected all the features to be on the album, and this album was produced by my Radikal Yard label. I feel I have matured and all the songs are real," Prodigal Son told THE STAR.

source:jamaica-star.com

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