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Words of Deryo

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    When a problem arrives and it creates a wave of other thoughts that may get in your way, the first thing that should be done is to concentrate only on fixing it. Don’t let your emotional thoughts lure you away from what should be the final and only decision and solution. For instance, if someone crashes into your car, instead of getting upset and reacting in a negative or confused way, just gain their information and start the process that would lead to solving the situation. You think or may think the point I’m making is mote, but many a time we are led off track by our emotions, whether it’s being eager or confused and you don’t concentrate on the most important fact, which is directly fixing the problem. So whether the situation is big or small, always align yourself with ‘fixing it’ as your first thought.
     

     

    Staying focused,

     

    Deryo

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  • Brand New Day
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    Deryo is a Pop artist who has released his fourth self released album “Brand New Day” (2014). This album was released by Will Records, a label started by Deryo in 2004. The depth of Deryo’s subjects within the CD evolves from his musical beginnings, where he wrote and recorded with other artists. These artists include: Carl Carlton, Two Tuns of Fun, Herbie Hancock, Rick James, Bennie Maupin and many more. The album however, is a departure from his past and is a new take on R&B, Pop, funk and dance music. On the album Deryo is playing all of the instruments such as keyboards, drums and performing vocally. I hope you get a chance to listen to it, I am sure you will be pleased and find it different from anything you’ve ever heard before.

    Written on Saturday, 15 March 2014 00:00 in News Click here to leave a comment.

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