DELLY BIOGRAPHY- written by Kevin Jackson
Delly has effectively carved out a niche for himself inside the dancehalls of the Jamaican music scene. With his throaty and hard-core style of toasting, this confident and engaging artist has proved time and time again, that he is no pushover. Armed with his drop dead gorgeous looks and talent, it is no wonder why he is a hit with both adults and teenage girls. Testimony to his success has been proven with the success of a number of singles that he has recorded with some of the top record producers in Jamaica.
Formerly known as Delly Ranks, Delroy Foster was educated at the Excelsior High School. He gave up dreams of becoming an airplane pilot to follow his musical aspirations. Among Delly's list of hit singles are "Head of the House" (K-Licious label - Kiki Riddim); "Headache" (with Elephant Man for Mo Music - Headache Riddim), "Pelpa" (Shines); "Wagga Wagga Fat" (Mo Music); "Hottie Hottie" (Red Man International); "Sentinel" (Studio 2000); "Bun Him Up" (Q45); "What A Gal" (2 Bad Productions - Scotch Bonnet riddim); and "Gal No More Than You" (JR Production).
With a new name, a new image and a more positive outlook on his career, Delly is armed and extremely dangerous, ready to take his career to an international level. He has been working out under the guidance of Louis "Flabba" Malcolm of the Mo Music Label, who has assumed responsibility as his manager. Delly's latest singles include "Hey You" (Shocking Vibes); "Gal Say Woee" (Q45); "Baby, Baby" (with Emerge and Cement Kid for the Madd Dawgg Label); "Gal Store" (Madd Dawgg); "Them Vex Now" (2 Hard); "We Nice" (Shocking Vibes); and "Work Round Dem" (Mo Music - Hurricane riddim).
Updated: May 9th, 2000.
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