Deejay Delly Ranx looks down under
<strong id="strong-5fd3c0751ae2fe1f98734cc98629fc72">Delly</strong><strong id="strong-9713096ddbbeaad74064cbc0881f6c0a"> Ranx</strong>

Delly Ranx is looking forward to his upcoming tour of Australia.

"This is my first tour of Australia and I am very excited about it. I've performed in many different parts of the world, including Europe, the UK, Japan, Africa, Canada, Colombia, and the US, but I've never been to Australia before," said Delly Ranx.

The tour, which is in support of his recently released Silent Giant album, will commence on November 5 and end on November 14.

The hit-making deejay/producer is scheduled to perform in several major cities during the tour down under, including Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney.

"I'm going to give my Australian fans something to remember. My performances will include several songs from the new album. I'm also going to drop some of the songs that have made me an internationally renowned dancehall star. It's going to be epic," he said.

The Silent Giant Tour is promoted by Fire Side Entertainment.

Delly Ranx recently visited the island to shoot the video for Mama Love, which is the first single off the Silent Giant album.

"In September, I completed the UK leg of the Silent Giant Tour. A few weeks later I visited Jamaica and shot the video for Mama Love. It should be ready for release before the end of the month," he said.

Silent Giant, Delly Ranx's eighth studio album, was released on September 2.

Distributed digitally by Johnny Wonder 21 Digital Distribution it is available on all digital platforms, including iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.

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