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Delus shoots two videos

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013    

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SUBKONSHUS singer Delus recently sat in the director's chair for two videos for his current singles.

He directed the clips for the Frankie Music produced Let Me Love You (Chillax riddim) and Gallis From Birth (90s Bubble riddim from Blaqk Sheep Records.

The video for Let Me Love You was shot on location at Keiva's Closet in Princeville Plaza, Kingston, while Gallis From Birth was completed on Palisadoes Road.

In a release to the media, Delus outlined the concept of the video.

"It's a basic concept for Let Me Love You. I am a storeowner, who has this chemistry with a female, who is involved with an abusive partner. However, I am trying to convince her in a passionate way to come my way. Gallis From Birth was done at one location and is basically a vibe with me and few of my Subkonshus team members," Delus explained.

He described the experience, directing his own videos, as a good one.

Delus and his Subkonshus label-mate Darrio have been creating waves on the RJR Cross Country Invasion. The road show has been snaking its way across the island and both artistes have been capitalising on the exposure.

Current singles from Delus include Addicted (Downsound Records); Paper Chase (Outaroad Records); Hustler featuring Darrio (12 to 12 Promotions); and Getaway (Warriors Music/Subkonshus Music).

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