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It’s just over a year since we first heard her with Chase & Status, and with the release of her debut solo album back in July it’s safe to say Delilah has enjoyed a meteoric rise as a star in her own right. There’s no stopping the 21-year-old Londoner. With her passion for music starting at a young age, Delilah realised the one thing she wanted to pursue in life, was a singing career. After working hard to make herself known in an industry featuring many pathways, her dreams finally became a reality at the age of 17 when she was placed on the books of Atlantic Records. “Music is always something I’ve loved. It was always a dream and I didn’t actually think it would become a reality. It was when I was about 17 when I realised, this is actually happening.” Making her first breakthrough featuring on the track ‘Time’ by Chase and Status, Delilah intrigued listeners by adding a smooth soul edge to a powerful, bass single. Asking her if she expected this reaction, Delilah said: “Yes and no, before the track was released officially we saw how the crowd reacted to that song and it was amazing, we didn’t expect that to happen but I am just really grateful to be a part of it all.”
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