Delly awakens Silent Giant
Delly Ranx

Silent Giant is the eighth studio album by dancehall artiste and producer Delly Ranx. The 11-song set is all reggae and was released on September 2 via Pure Music Productions and Stingray Records.

"We've been working on this project for a while, and we're pleased with the outcome. I think it's my best album so far. After so many years in the business I am still making hit music," Delly Ranx disclosed.

The veteran deejay is confident his first full-length reggae project will be warmly received.

"This album is loaded with songs that will resonate with people all over the globe. It's my first reggae album and it's a very good body of work. I recorded it to pay homage to all the artistes and producers before my time who worked hard to make reggae an internationally known genre. I salute all of them," said Delly Ranx.

Among the tracks on Silent Giant are Mama Love, Di Chant, Special Lady, Battlefield, High Grade, I'm Leaving, and Good Looking Girl.

To promote the album, Delly Ranx is scheduled to release a video for Mama Love and make promotional stops in the United Kingdom and Europe.

Born Delroy Foster, Delly Ranx emerged on the music scene in the early 1990s. He is best known for hits such as Pon Di Corner with Mega Banton, Headache with Elephant Man, and Work Roun Dem.

As a producer he scored big with Ganja Breed by Sean Paul and Chico and Weh Dem A Do by Mavado.

Kevin Jackson

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