MP3 Delray - Who Would´ve Thought Part-2
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13 MP3 Songs
HIP HOP/RAP: Hip Hop, URBAN/R&B: R&B Rap mix
From The Streets,To The Rhymes,To The Beats.
Delray began singing and entertaining his family and friends at the age of six. It wasn't until he was a young teenager that Delray began performing for neighbors in the Harbor House Projects. Delray, with his friend, Reds, would hang out on the corner of Madison Street in Annapolis, Maryland. Armed with two turntables, a doctor rhythm drum machine, microphones, and beat break records, Reds made the beats, while Delray sang and wrote his heart out. Both were trying to make a name for themselves. Eventually, they called themselves "The M.O.B." for Most Outstanding Brothers.
A year later, Delray and Reds still struggled to create tape after tape but by then they had a growing number of fans who continued to inspire and support them. Delray's talents drew the attention of those who could appreciate good quality music. It was on those street corners that they battled against other crews who were into singing, rapping, break dancing and beat boxing.
In 1994, a fortunate turn of events occurred when Delray moved to Los Angeles at the suggestion of a friend. With twenty dollars in his pocket, Delray took off to Los Angeles never doubting that he made the right decision.
In 1999 Delray's first album "Pay Close Attention" was published by DelFunkBoy Music, Inc. (ASCAP) which is now considered an independent classic. The second album "Who Would've Thought" Part-2 is hot and won the L.A. Music Award for best hip hop & R&B album. The new album Robinwood To Hollywood- An Intellectual Property is crazy hot feat. R&B diva Lina on 2 songs. All songs were written and produced by Delray and Jeeve for Paperwork Productions except where noted. To add to his accomplishments, in 2000-01 & 2003-04, Delray was honored for Outstanding Performance in the Hip Hop and R&B Category at the 10th & 13th Annual L.A. Music Awards. Delray's song "This Lovin Of Mine" was featured in the MGM film, "Deal of A Lifetime" with Kevin Pollack. In 1996 Delray co-wrote the original Tupac song " One Day At A Time" & the 2003 Em's Version Feat. Tupac & Eminem on the platinum Tupac Resurrection Soundtrack & the Oscar nominated documentary movie Paramount/Interscope. Delray's song "Rock It Like Diss" is in the New John Travolta, Uma Thurman movie "Be Cool" MGM Movie Now Playing. The Game "The Documentary" Aftermath/G-Unit artist (Sampled "One Day At A Time") on the single (We Ain't) Feat. Eminem. It's now platinum over 1 million sold.
Further more Delray's song "I Know You Feel It" from album # 1 was featured on the syndicated NBC Emmy Winning Primetime Sitcom,"Frasier". Also the WB night-time Teen Drama, "Popular" & also the HBO/Showtime hit show "Soul Food". Also on America's Next Top Model on the UPN network. Delray recently signed a licensing deal with Sony Germany. Delray's song "Have A Good Time" was in WB movie "Cradle To The Grave" starring DMX.
Delrays unique style & smooth velvet vocals, matched with his great songwriting and a mixture of Hip Hop and R&B make him a welcome talent to the music industry. He attributes his influences to Stevie Wonder,The O'Jays, Luther Van dross, The Isley Brothers/ Jay-Z, Dr. Dre, Melle-Mel, Sean Puffy Combs, Russell Simmons, although the list goes on.
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