No Limit for DJ Del-One

Friday, January 11, 2019

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Delon Thompson, known as DJ Del-One, has long eyed a career in the entertainment business. Ten years ago, he embarked on an ambitious project to realise his dream.

He launched L H Music Limited, a Portmore-based entity which specialises in artiste management, events production, promotions and rental of DJ equipment. DJ Del-One is also owner and operator of Lion Heart Music sound system.

“From as early as I can remember I've always been drawn to music, so getting involved in the entertainment industry was the natural thing to do. After I left high school, I started playing sound systems and putting on events. This led to me having my own sound system and launching my company,” he explained.

In December, DJ Del-One collaborated with Keleece Stewart of Rebel Girls Entertainment to stage Block Party, which was held at Barrakks Bar and Lounge in Passage Fort, Portmore.

“It's the second time that we did this event and it was a tremendous success. Our patrons had a great time and we're looking forward to the next staging,” he said.

DJ Del-One is preparing to release music by Stassia Star and Rasta Global, two of the artistes signed to his company.

“I'm very excited about these two artistes that I am working with. Stassia Star is a very talented singer and Rasta Global is a very talented deejay. We are getting ready to drop singles and videos from both artistes,” he said.

Delon Thompson is originally from Montego Bay and attended Herbert Morrison High School. He is presently pursuing an associate degree in entertainment and events management at Vocational Training Development Institute (VTDI) in Kingston.

— Kevin Jackson

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