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June 25, 2014
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Delly Ranx blazed Philly

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Dancehall artiste Delly Ranx was a hit in Philadelphia at the weekend. The entertainer worked up a storm at Club Nifiji, where he reeled out his catalogue of hits as well as new treats.

Ranx, who recently released the single, Sweet Reggae (the title track for his upcoming album), kept the Philly fans on a musical high, reeling out hits such as Pon Di Corner, Laws Of A Gangster, Headache, Work Roun Dem and What A Gal Can Wine.

With disc jockey/selector Richie Feelings on the turntables, the tag teamed showed their musical artistry, much to the delight of the large number of patrons.

raised the roof

Ranx introduced a new track, Road Haffi Bun Up, which was well received, however, it was Silly Billy (produced by ZJ Liquid, on the 'Good Book' rhythm) which literally raised the roof.

The crowd sang along, word for word, as Silly Billy was pulled up multiple times.

Following Delly's performance, Richie Feelings continued on his winning ways, dishing out the latest hits including songs from the 'Good Book' rhythm.

Delly's album, Sweet Reggae, produced by VIS Records and More Life Productions, is scheduled for release on July 22.

Follow Delly on twitter @DellyRanx or @PureMusicGrp or @VISRecords. Check out the website at www.DellyRanx.com

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