Delroy Isaac Foster, born in Kingston, Jamaica, is a record producer and dancehall DJ. He adopted the Rastafarian faith during his teenage years, though he had been raised in a Christian home. Popcaan’s song “Family” was produced by Foster and made it top in most of the Jamaican charts. This wasn’t his first time scoring top on the charts as a producer. Since 1993, he has released above 80 singles. In 2009, he released the album, Good profile. Saudi Arabia was a rhythm he produced and had great success with it. He has worked with the likes of Buju Banton, Sizzla, Wayne Wonder, and Gramps Morgan and provided the basis for their hits. He has also produced some songs for Sean Paul and Mavado. Foster released another album for Sadiki, an American singer, in 2011, Fi Di Dancehall. The Next Chapter, was Ranx’s 3rd album and released in July 2012 and it features popular dancehall artists like Buju Banton. In 2014, He released another solo album called Sweet Reggae, it became his 4th album. Weed Market was his 5th album and released in February 2018. He is doing what he does best currently, producing music via his own music label Pure Music Promotions label.