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Delly Ranx to 'Sweet Reggae' summer

Delly Ranx - Contributed

With four albums released to date, dancehall/reggae deejay Delly Ranx is set to unleash his latest offering titled Sweet Reggae this summer. It follows closely on the heels of his last album The Next Chapter.

In a media release, Delly spoke about the new album and his latest projects.

"Sweet Reggae is really a continuation of what I started in The Next Chapter. The title track Sweet Reggae is just a great song, it has a classic reggae feel as if it could have been recorded in the 1970s. The Next Chapter album showed my fans that I had matured spiritually and no longer wanted to be viewed as strictly a dancehall artiste," he explained.

The album was executive produced by VIS Records, an independent company based in the United States. The title track was also produced by the company.

Asked what fans can expect on the 14 track album, Ranx noted: "Well the fans can expect to be entertained and smiling when they listen to this album. All of my fans are going to love it because the music is so sweet just like the title says".

Although Sweet Reggae is earmarked as the first official single, another track, Silly Billy, which was produced by Michael 'ZJ Liquid' Brissett, has been making some waves within the dancehall. The song is featured on the Good Book rhythm.

Ranx is known for a string of dancehall and reggae hits over the years including Headache featuring Elephant Man.

Chapter 3 Epic Dancehall, a new EP from Delly Ranx is now released digitally. It was produced by Baby Boom for Reble World Records. It features six tracks including Born Alone, Ganja Smoke, Like Ah Bicycle and Nuh Baddah.

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