Delly Ranx, born Delroy Foster has been a staple on the Jamaican dancehall reggae scene for some 15 years. Over these years, he has recorded for major producers in the industry including veterans Sly and Robbie and Steelie and Cleevie. Delly Ranx has performed at numerous international reggae festivals and shows in the Caribbean, Europe and the United States. Delly Ranx recently completed a successful tour in the United Kingdom in the summer of 2007 with Freddie McGregor, Chino and Natural Black. Delly Ranx has had success on the airwaves in Jamaica, the Caribbean and abroad with major hits, like Pon di Corner with Mega Banton, Redbull and Guinness, Ghetto Whisky, Solid and the remake of Love and Devotion with Jimmy Riley. He has also collaborated with some of the finest artist Jamaica has to offer including Beres Hammond, Elephant Man, Voicemail, Da’Ville, Wayne Wonder, Lukie D among others. Delly Ranx has flexed his skills as both an artist and a producer. To his record he has a production on Sean Paul’s platinum selling debut album “Dutty Rock” and produced the Billboard hit for Mavado – “Weh Dem a Do” on the Redbull and Guinness riddim. This riddim also won him (and Stephen McGregor), the Irie FM riddim of the year for 2006. In 2007, recognition of Delly Ranx’s productions led to a nomination for producer of the year at the 26th annual International Reggae and World Music Awards. Recent productions include the one-drop riddim the Serengeti and dancehall riddims Cherry Tree, Gangstaz Prayer and the Shoota riddim. Over the years, songs from Delly Ranx’s catalogue have figured on numerous compilation albums, including a track on the recently completed 50th birthday tribute to Dennis Brown. Now he has moved to the next stage, his debut album, “Break free” which was released November 21, 2007 on JVC Music (Japan). There is no stopping this talented dancehall artiste. As he hits the stage, you know it is time to get the party going.