Delly drops new rhythm

Friday, November 10, 2017

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Delly Ranx is currently promoting his latest production, the Cotton Swab rhythm. He is confident it will make a good impression on his listeners.

“All my supporters, who have been a part of my growth over the years, know Pure Music Productions always tries its best to give them mind-throbbing and long-lasting music. Being able to entertain your fans with positivity is a virtue and, as a producer and artiste, I take pride in all my work. I see this rhythm making it big on the international reggae scene,” said Delly Ranx.

The compilation rhythm, slated for release on November 17 through Johnny Wonder 21st, has been doing the promotional rounds.

“The rhythm has a slew of hard-working artistes on it who all understand what it means to deliver good music. I have a single titled Friendship on it; there's Popcaan with Family, No Worries by Vershon, Better Days by Jah Wiz, Wanted by Versatile, Don't Push Your Luck by I-Octane, Real Survivor by Bugle, Mr Vegas with My Mommy, When I Grow Up by Gappy Ranks, Dre Island came with Wanna Be Free, This Is The Love by Da'Ville, My Talent by Kappa, and Jahazeil with his single Hold On,” he said.

While promoting his rhythm, Delly Ranx is also working on two EPs which are slated to hit the market in 2018.

The forthcoming EP, Reggaelution for Stingray production, will allow listeners to experience a deeper side of Delly Ranx, while Weed Market will be a tribute to the roots of reggae music and Jamaican culture.




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