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Delus To Embark On Three Week Promotional Tour, May 15, 2010, New York

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Reggae newcomer, Delus, is gearing up for a three week tri-state area promotional tour beginning on Saturday, May 15, 2010.  The singjay who has been working feverishly to make a name for himself, has been working with his new management team to increase his fan base and market his music.

On the heels of releasing two new singles, the promotional tour, which is sponsored by Nuvo Sparkling Liqueur, Carol’s Daughter, Link Up Radio, JAMROCK Magazine, Negril Village Restaurant, Whereitzat Magazine and Upscale Crowd Entertainment, will consist of radio, television and print interviews along with club appearances and performances.  

Delus’s first recording was with his brother, Konshens, under the name Sojah.  Their first single entitled “Medz Pon Di Corner” on the Cash Flow label, went number one in Japan in 2004, which afforded them the opportunity to tour in Japan.  The tour prompted the release of the duos debut album titled “Sons of Jah.”  However in 2007, Delus decided to establish his solo career and released singles such as “Nymphomaniac” and “Power” on the Cash Flow Label and “Move” on the Rapid Fire Label.  During that time Delus displayed his versatility when he directed and edited music videos for artists such as Bescenta, Warrior King, Tiana and a medley that included artists such as D’Angel, Mr. Peppa, Delly Ranx, Sojah and Spragga Benz.

In 2009, the singjay busied himself promoting singles “Gang War,” from the Exile Production Label, along with his latest videos for chart topping singles “True Love,” from Media House Production, “She’s Happy” featuring Konshens, “Heathen Dem Nuh Like Me” from Miguel Music and “Loose Control” on the Substance Riddim from Young Veterans Productions.  Recently, Delus released “Mek Dem Sorry” and “Sticky A Road.”  Both singles have been receiving air play on radio in Jamaica and abroad.

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