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Words of Deryo

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    Sometimes it feels like it’s been ten thousand years that I’ve traveled this road. A road that was first started; before I began to even understand my destiny. But as I walk each step, instead of getting closer to the light, there is a mirrored reflection of a mirage that only seems to become further away the closer I feel that I get. It is not the things you see, have or want that is the glory that waits, but that certain knowing that exist only in what is true to your life.

    So I ask myself, should I change directions and give up on what I now feel is not true or do I plunge continually forward by design, because of my faith or do I question the thing that drives my being? Ten thousand years, it seems like a lifetime but truly it is only the experiences that exists at the end of everyday of my travels.

    My faith is my guide,

    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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    Written on Thursday, 29 January 2015 00:00