Delly Ranx was one of the throng of artistes who performed at Buju Banton’s history-making Long Walk to Freedom concert which took place last Saturday night at the National Stadium.
The humble entertainer/producer who is a close friend of Buju Banton says that he’s happy to see Buju return to the spotlight and he is pleased that he was invited to be a part of the event.
“This is one of the greatest moments in the history of Jamaican music, and it’s a great time for Buju. Everyone is happy to see him return to the stage again and take rightful place as one of the greatest of the greats in Jamaican music,” said Delly Ranx.
Decked out in a dapper red suit Delly Ranx was the third act to hit the stage inside the national stadium on Saturday night. He wasted no time a he delivered a tight set which included hits such as Headache, Red Bull & Guinness, What a Gal Can Wine, Sweet Reggae and Friendship.
“Buju is one of the most loved artistes in reggae and dancehall music, and the people came out and gave him their full support. I feel honoured that I was a part of the lineup for this history-making event. I delivered an excellent performance, and the fans showed their appreciation,” he said.
Delly and Buju’s friendship goes way back, and he has also worked with Banton as a producer; producing two singles with him, Things A Come Up on the Saudi Arabi rhythm in 2011 and What’s Wrong featuring Luciano.
“Buju and I have been great friends for many years; he’s like a big brother to me always encouraging me and offering a word of guidance throughout the years.”
Delly Ranx is also known for his prowess as a hit-making producer; his resume includes popular dancehall favorites such as Popcaan’s Family and Movado’s Wah Dem A Do.