Robbo Ranx


Born in Northwest London, Ranx won three Sony Radio Awards for the best weekly show and two for best live event. He interviewed a variety of reggae artists, including Sizzla’s first ever radio interview, as well as Buju Banton, Capleton and Bounty Killer. He also presented the weekly Dancehall music TV show Turn it Up on the UK’s Channel U music network. Robbo Ranx early introduction to music was through the Tippertone sound system in the late 80’s, which he co-founded with a school friend. In 1989 he set up the record label Musik Street, recording and releasing tracks by artists such as General Levy, Sweetie Irie, Chuckie Star, Bobo General, Junior Dan and Jack Radics between 1989 and 1996.

Rate it