Banton Has 'Friends' On VP/Atlantic Set

February 2003
Billboard;2/22/2003, Vol. 115 Issue 8, p16A
Trade Publication
Reports on the release of the 'Friends for Life,' by Buju Banton. Plans for a concert tour of the United States to promote the album; Development of his audience; Styles in which he plays, such as reggae and hip-hop; Details of the marketing strategy used by VP/Atlantic Records for the release of the album.


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