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Delus Turns Heads with New Projects!
With two hot new singles, a calendar and a new video, the ‘What Tomorrow May Bring’ singer Delus is turning heads. “I am reinventing myself, I have a unique sound and I have found that Reggae music is what I really want to do” Delus shares. The Subkonshus team along with one of his publicists from Taylor Made Events and PR Management, has launched several social media competitions on Delus’ official Facebook Page consisting of cover competitions, trivia, one on ones and much more. Additionally Delus has recently premiered his collaborative video with Hyah Slyce entitled “Money” via social media before premiering it on CVM TV’s Hitlist. Delus further shares that, “Media trends are changing, we as artistes have to keep up with the demands of new technology; my team has recognized this and are working towards building new strategies”.
Delus also has a Christmas project in the pipeline as he will be visiting four Youth Clubs in the Kingston and St. Andrew area. During these visits, Delus will speak about this career as an artiste, some of the challenges he faced and how he overcame these challenges. For each visit he will be accompanied by a guest celebrity and/or member of the Subkonshus family to perform and provide give-a-ways and a full entertainment package. In addition to this Delus will choose one talent from each Youth Club for a chance to vibe with him in studio and to receive mentorship. The project is dubbed: “Music: My Way Out”.
Delus is set to visit the Newton Square Police Youth Club on Sunday December 22; Franklin Town Youth Club on Saturday December 14; Youths with Vision Youth Club and Vineyard Town Youth Club on Saturday December 21. Delus points out that, “It is very important to give back to communities especially at a time like this where music has so much influence on the youths”.