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Delus Scores With Single “What Tomorrow May Bring!”

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For far too long one could not say the name Delus without following up with “Konshen’s older brother?” However, this rising star is working feverishly to move out of his younger sibling’s shadow by carving a niche for himself and some would say he has succeeded.
With his summer 2010 anthem “Look Another Gal,” Delus made fans and industry executives take a second look at his body of work. Media became enamored by not only his talent, but his humility and it seems that every day he was either doing a television, radio or print interview. His continuous drive and hard work landed him an EME Award nomination for Most Improved Artist and a MIA Awards nomination for Most Determined Artist in 2011. When the single was not being played daily on the radio, it was being played at popular weekly parties, in taxis and by street vendors. The success of the single fueled his determination to follow-up with other credible singles. And that he did.
Delus released a slew of singles, such as “Get Away,” “Life,” “Silent River,” and “Gal My Ting Deh.” However it is his current single “What Tomorrow May Bring” that has again struck a chord with the masses. With this offering, Delus removes the veil and exposed exactly what’s on his mind. And it’s a lot! The lyrical honesty and positive message has everyone cheering and singing along. While Delus might not be sure about “What Tomorrow May Bring,” here is what’s certain: (1) tomorrow he will work just as hard – or even harder – than yesterday, (2) his track record proves that he will also continue to make quality music that everyone can identify with, and (3) his servility and love of the craft will continue to win audiences worldwide.
“What Tomorrow May Bring” produced by Dameon Gayle of Warrior Music is available on iTunes and other digital outlets.

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