Andrew Ranxx

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If Reggae Dancehall music is about image and the right sound, then Dancehall/Reggae/Hip-Hop/R&B-sounding artist Andrew Ranxx should fit right up there with the reggae elites. The international Reggae population will soon give citizenship to this Canadian raised Singjay who is about to make his voice, music and passion an exciting part of the community. The artist is on a relentless mission to portray a positive influence to the youth around the globe. There is no doubt that the artist lends an ear to the cries of violence in Toronto, and purpose, Andrew brings a new source of flavor and diversity to the table of the Reggae industry. Not only has his musical vibes been described as being refreshing and diverse by the industry, but his devoted fans have characterized his music as embodying expressions of life. The upbeat R&B hit Bad Energy was dedicated to little baby Brianna who tragically lost her life in a drive-by shooting, while 6 more injured was dedicated to Livvette More, whose life was swept away in a night club. Recently Andrew was in the beautiful Island of Jamaica shooting the video for his new single MAMA which is in heavy rotation song was produced by Kornerstone Productions.
This most recent hit is quickly gaining popularity on tv stations like RE-TV and Hype-TV not to mention radio waves across the Caribbean, Toronto, and internationally. Andrew endeavors to make a difference through his music and in doing so has just added manager, Mr. George Golding, who has over 20 years experience in the Reggae business to his team of professionals. A man of many talents, Mr. Golding has successfully managed prominent artists such as Third World, Sister Carol, Everton Blender, and Anthony B just to name a few. During his most recent performance in Toronto at the spacious club Government Kool Haus, Andrew unparalleled positive energy once again ignited the crowd of over two thousand as he blessed the stage for I-Wayne, Egyptian and Fantan Mojah Andrew is the only reggae artist up to date to have had the opportunity to appear on Canada’s popular TV show Metropia, where he performed “Bad Energy”(song features Ryan Bailey). Ranxx has performed on some of Canada most popular sound systems and shared the stage with some of reggae premiere artists.

Just to mention a few, the artist has opened for Shaggy at the Toronto Reggae Festival, graced the stage with Morgan Heritage at Nathan Philip square, and at the Montreal Reggae Festival 2005 blessed the stage for Sugar Minot, Shine Head, John Holt, and Toronto’s own Snow. Andrew brings originality and tremendous writing skills to the table. As a youth he was featured on European artist Omar’s debut album and he has done collaborations with R&B Singer Shawn Desmond, Don’t Want to Lose You, Colin Levy AKA lley Dread “Riding the Rebel” and also Canada’s Reggae/Dancehall artist Tasha T,”Good Friends”. Needless to say, growing up in a musical family has undoubtedly had an influence on Andrew’s (a.k.a. Andrew White) direction. His father was a professional guitar player, who played alongside Jamaica’s foremost guitarist Ernie Ranglin. Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Uroy, Gregory Issacs, Aswad, Third World.

These diverse and varying influences along with a true love for all types Hip-Hop, R&B, Jazz and Reggae, all serve to influence Andrew..rquote s rhythmic presentation of music. For information on more upcoming events, log onto website andrewranxx.net for more details. So, don’t miss an opportunity to share in the passion of this next promising reggae super star. Lending your ear to one song will leave no doubt in your mind that he Lives, breathes and eats music. Andrew’s music will put a smile on faces of those that want to cry and bring light to those who are in dark times. Soothe your sweet tooth for music! Check out Ranxx’s sweet-sounding lyrical blend of Reggae, Hip-Hop, R&B, Latin, Jazz, Rock and Dancehall today.

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