Delly Ranx Climbing Up the Ranks



Its amazing that after more than ten years in the music industry, Delly RanX has managed to find himself listed among the top 20 dancehall toasters in Jamaica. His throaty delivery has made him stand out, and his clever lyrics and style continue to move dancehall fans worldwide.

From his debut hit Gal No More Than You in 1993, Ranks has unleashed hit after hit. His first number one single Hotty Hotty Gal spent three weeks at number one in Jamaica in 1993. His subsequent hits have included Wagga Wagga Fat, What a Gal Can Wine (featuring Rik Rok), Headache (featuring Elephant and on which he shares co-production credits), Them Vex Now and Warning (both done with singer Christopher with the former hitting the Top 10 in Italy), Social Girlfriend, Real Black Woman, Give it To Me (with Aisha), Granny Teaching, Three Steps Forward (with Daville) and Pelpa.
His latest hit singles include the number one hit Weddy Time featuring Voise Mail, She Wants it Harder (with Voise Mail), Pon Di Corner with Mega Banton, and the Tony 'CD' Kelly produced Head of the House,in April 2005 he recorded a song called Siren with one of Jamaicas best male vocalist Beres Hammond.

Born Delroy Foster, Delly was educated at the Excelsior High School. He gave up dreams of becoming an airplane pilot to follow his musical aspirations. He has shared the performance stage with many of the top dancehall acts of the day. Major performances include Red Stripe Reggae Sumfest in Jamaica (2001 and 2004), Caribbean Seabreeze Music Festival in California USA; Splash Festival in Germany; Ragga circus in Belgium 2005,Teen Splash 2001; Reggae Soca Music Awards 2001; and gigs in St. Vincent and the Grenadines as well as in the Bahamas and several states across the USA.

Songs from 'Delly RanX' catalogue have figured on numerous compilation albums, and they include 'Regular Girl' (VP Records Riddim Driven to the Sunlight Rhythm)"What a Gal Can Wine" (VP Records' Reggae Gold 2000 disc); "Granny Teaching/Tek Bootsing" (VP/Penthouse Riddim Driven CD "Mr. Brown meets Number One"); and "Three Steps Forward{" (featuring Da'ville, which was featured on the VP/2 Hard compilation album "Riddim Driven: Liquid".
His "Oh Yeah" is also featured on Greensleeves Records' Rhythm Album compilation "Hard Drive". He song "Give it to Me" on the Party Time rhythm was included on the VP Records compilation disc "Riddim Driven: Party Time". His chart topping "Pon Di Corner" with Mega Banton (2002) was included on VP's "Riddim Driven: G String" compilation.

There is no stopping this talented dancehall artiste. As he hits the stage, you know it is time to get the party going!!!!!

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