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Delly Ranx returns for 'Chocolate Bunnies' show Featured

Archive Written by  JIGGA MATTIC Thursday, 28 March 2013 07:13 font size decrease font size increase font size 0
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Pure Music Jamaica recording artiste Delly Ranx returns to Jamaica this weekend where he will perform at a show at Margaritaville in Ocho Rios on March 29th before heading to show at a club called Ticky Ticky Explosion in Manchester on March 30th.
“I always look forward to my return to Jamaica, the Margaritaville show ah go mad, and Manchester ah my place, mi ah come fi deliver some great high energy performances. After that, I will be shooting a music video for my latest single, ‘Got It Forever’ which is doing well on radio, it’s going to be a great trip,” Delly Ranx said. ‘Got It Forever’ is the second single from the artiste’s critically acclaimed ‘The Next Chapter’ album. Produced by Dynasty Records, this uptempo song possesses sweet melodies and a contemporary sound that demonstrates Delly’s Jamaican roots, while the catchy melody has an element of international appeal. The single currently holds down the #7 spot on the HypeTV Jamaica charts. “Things are going well, Pure Music Ja is taking off, the Property Tax riddim is getting play on the radio and at the local dances, we ah represent the original dancehall ting,” Delly Ranx said. The last time Delly Ranx was in Jamaica, he performed at a charity show in Mavis Bank on December 24th on Christmas Eve, and then at the Stone Love anniversary on December 29th.
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