Junie Ranks made her mark in the dance hall years ago. After recording her first single “Counteraction” for Techniques on the stalag riddim, she gained many hit singles like “Gimmie Di Buddy”, “ Cry Fe Me Boops”, “Big and Ready” and “Dibby Dibby Man”. During the days of real dancehall music she was one of the top female dee-jays and received the Father Bins award for Female Dee Jay of the Year in 1989.
Junie has recorded for some of the top producers in the business such as King Jammys, Steelie, Bunny Lee, Patrick Roberts, Black Scorpio and the late King Tubbys. She also collaborated with Penthouse records on several occasions at the end of the 80s.
Recently she went back into the studio with Brooklyn based reggae singer, songwriter and producer Ed Robinson at E2 Recordings, Inc., a/k/a E2 Studios to record her new song titled “Bring Back The Love”. This song allows one to reminsce of the days gone by when dance was nice. Ranks pays tribute to recording artists and the music of that era. This song was one of the anthems in the Caribbean Community.