Dancehall artist Delly Ranx is cool and humble despite all his success he is not one to brag or boast. However it is a known fact that he has what could be termed as the Midas touch. This is evident as several labels and artists got their first taste of success in the music business while working with Delly Ranx. He is a very talented and versatile artist and producer. For several years he has been making his contribution to dancehall music in both areas.
As an artist he has scored numerous hits for producers such as Sly & Robbie, Steely & Clevie and Tony CD Kelly. Here are a few of his hits Red Bull & Guinness, Ghetto Whiskey, Headache done in tandem with Elephant Man, Pon Di Corner with Mega Banton, Head Of The House, Pelpa, Harder Every Day, Jiggy Time with Voicemail, What A Gal Can Wine and Wagga Fat.
As a producer he has had several successful rhythm projects such the Red Bull & Guinness which spawned Mavado's Billboard hit Weh Dem A Do, Serengeti, Cherry Tree, Gangstaz Prayer and the Shoota rhythms. His credits also include production work on Sean Paul's platinum selling album Dutty Rock.
Delly Ranx is currently busy working in the studios and performing on the road with dancehall icon Buju Banton. Just last weekend he performed in New York at the famed Amazura night club to a full house alongside the Gargamel Buju Banton and New Kidz.
Delly Ranx is currently getting ready to drop two new projects the Gold Mine rhythm on Buju Banton’s Gargamel Music label and Comfort Zone for his own Pure Music label. Both rhythms were created by him. He is also working on his sophomore album for Itation Records out of California the album will feature production work from Buju Banton and producers such as John John, Buju Banton, Mad Scientist, Jordan (Chimney Records) and Delly himself. The album which is tentatively titled Good Profile is slated for a summer release.