JM | Oct 1, 2021

Delly Ranks drops Cream Soda Riddim, featuring several well-known acts

/ Our Today

Dancehall veteran, Delly Ranks. (Photo contributed)

Seasoned dancehall artiste/producer Delly Ranx is feeling upbeat about the release of his latest project, the Cream Soda Riddim on which the vocals of several well-known acts will ride.

The Cream Soda Riddim was released on September 16 by Delly’s Pure Music label on all digital platforms, including iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.

The 16-track project will showcase the voices of Delly Ranx, Pressure Busspipe, Round Head, Kiprich, Chuck Fenda, Norris Man, Amlak Redsquare, Maestro Don, Log On Unknown, DC0D3 Nash, Qrush, Wzdom (Jah Wiz), Wasp and Baby Boom.

Delly Ranx, who broke into dancehall during the early 1990s with No Gyal No More Than You, says he’s pleased with the public reaction to the riddim.

“I am thrilled with the response that this project is getting. All the songs are enjoying strong rotation in various territories including the Caribbean, the States, Africa, Europe and the UK,” he said.

“I don’t like to make predictions when I put out a new project. I just make good music and promote it. It’s up to people to decide if the songs I create become hits, but I have a very positive feeling about this project.”

All the songs were mixed and mastered by Fire Wayne.

The hardworking deejay is also promoting a single and a video titled Big Time featuring Spragga Benz. The video was released on his Vevo channel DellyRanxVevo, just about a month ago. 

Artwork and tracklist for the ‘Cream Soda Riddim’. (Photo contributed)

Big Time is the title track of his seventh studio album which was initially scheduled to be released in May, but Delly Ranx has decided to delay its release until 2022.

“I just have one song left to record to complete the album. At first, I wanted to release the album in May, but I’ve decided to release some singles off the project first to build up the momentum around it before I drop it,” said the artiste.

Delly Ranks previously released the albums Break Free in 2006, Good Profile in 2009 as well as Fi Di Dancehall, The Next Chapter and Sweet Reggae in 2011, 2012 and 2014, respectively.

He dropped Weed Market in 2018.

Born Delroy Isaac Foster, the prolific entertainer, in addition to his six previous albums, has released more than 80 singles over the past three decades.


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