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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 to name a few between 1989 and 1996.
In 1994 he helped to form Skyline FM, a pirate radio station in west London. The success of the station led to Robbo Ranx hosting Unique FM's The Street Experience, a weekly show reflecting the reggae music scene. In 2000, he left the pirate radio scene and joined Choice FM to host a weekly reggae dancehall show.
In 2002 Robbo Ranx joined BBC Radio 1Xtra a digital radio station that was launched on the DAB Digital Radio platform. Robbo hosted the 'Dancehall Splurt' radio show twice a week. In 2004, he won two bronze Sony Radio Academy Awards for the radio show and 1Xtra's broadcast of Sting 2003, Jamaica's biggest dancehall festival.
He took dancehall reggae to the heart of the London's West End with the legendary Uptown Splurt, the longest running dancehall night in London which went eventually ended in 2009
Robbo Ranx presents the weekly Dancehall show Thursday night at 10pm till 2am on BBC Radio 1Xtra