Delly does ode to Weed

Delly does ode to Weed

Saturday, February 17, 2018

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DELLY Ranx recently released his fifth studio album, Weed Market. The 11-track set, which features songs that pays homage to marijuana, was released by his Pure Music Production label on February 2.

The deejay/producer recently completed a tour of northern California, the foundation for cannabis culture and farming in the United States.

California's marijuana market is valued by most experts at several billion dollars annually and is expected to generate at least a US$1 billion a year in tax revenue.

Delly Ranx's previous albums are: Break Free (2006), Good Profile (2009), The Next Chapter (2012), and Sweet Reggae (2014).

He is currently promoting a hot dancehall rhythm project called the Cotton Swab rhythm.

Released last November, the project features songs from several popular dancehall artistes including Popcaan, I-Octane, Vershon, Bugle, Dre Island and Da'Ville, as well as Delly Ranx himself.

“This project is doing well. it's one of the most popular rhythms out right now; it's getting a lot of support,” he said.

His ever-growing catalogue of hits includes dancehall anthems such as What A Gyal, Pelpa, Gal Nuh More Than You, and Headache featuring Elephant Man.

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