Dilly Del, our favorite boy in Flipside! He is not only a singer or only a rapper! The multi talented artist is also a great songwriter, lyricist and a dancer.
We, at Flipside, want to use this interview publishing as a reason to tell him "Happy belated birthday, Mr Del!".
Dilly's debut album named "Colors", written by himself and co-produced with Hangi Tavakoli will be released at end of this year which we will keep the updates on Flipside's website as well as all social media platforms.
Enjoy the interview with Dilly Del.
Party non stop! Just keep it going.
2. Which famous musicians do you admire? Why?
Christopher Maurice Brown, AKA Chris Brown. Being able to accomplish a lot at such a young age is one of the many reasons why I idolize Chris Brown. Not only that, he has his own style in the way he produces his music. One word to describe Chris Brown would be, unique.
3. What are your fondest musical memories?
Being able to witness my music being played in the club and having the opportunity to see local dancers grooving to every beat of the song.
4. How do you handle mistakes during a performance?
Pretty much make a remix out of it!! Haha.
5. What advice would you give to beginners in music industry?
a. No matter what comes at you, be it good or bad, never give up.
b. You are your biggest enemy.
c. Focus on your strengths and keep improving on it.
d. Trust your skills and talents, do not doubt yourself.
e. Be real, to yourself and to your listeners.
One thing every artist would face is to not be able to hit the correct notes on the first try during recording and being able to achieve it without having to do over again and again would be a good studio session, to me.
7. What is your biggest challenge as a solo artist?
Having to depend on myself on bringing out quality content for my listeners.
8. Had you ever faced rejection from the public? If so, how did you deal with it?
Thus far, I’ve not faced any rejection and hopefully none in future.
9. What was the worst and the best comments you have ever received about your music?
The worst comment I've received would be that I could have done better whereas the best comment would be from a famous local artist that goes by the name of Hardy Mirza who I quote, “I see a star in you”.
Without my fans I wouldn’t be where I am right now and the only way I’m able to express my gratitude is by making more music for you all. Much love to you guys for making this