Delon Om theatre of cruelty canadian pop music

(Toronto, On) – Pop sensation Delon Om dropped his new EP, “Theatre Of Cruelty.  The EP was produced by David Neale (Karl Wolf, Danny Fernandes, Carlos MorganPeter Jackson).  Neale, whose work has aired on BET, TSN, Breakfast Television & CNN Hero’s, is a longtime associate of Om’s.   And producer J-Raj is widely recognized in the industry for his versatility in studio production and live performance work. J-Raj produced the hit remix of Justin Biebers Sorry in collaboration with Dance with SL.  Om is coming off the success of his last EP, “The Gentleman & Scholar” with Canadian Latin Award winner, Benanthony Lavoz. The EP produced the hit single, ‘One More Time.’  Om knew expectations were high for his next release.  Theatre Of Cruelty” brings it home for the multi-talented artist.

Delon Om Opens Up About Childhood

Om dedicated “Theatre Of Cruelty to those who have witnessed cruelty in their own lives. Om draws on his personal life experiences living in a dysfunctional family and the pain that it caused, leading him to retreat into his music as a refuge against the pain.  Music never let him down.   Theatre Of Cruelty is that music.  The EP addresses racism, discrimination, sexism, and the toll on our mental and physical health.  Music can be a healing tool if you let it.  From the intro entitled Theatre of Cruelty which captures the legacy of residential schools and anti-Indigenous racism in Canada, to the lead single Someone Special to Me which speaks to social media dysmorphia and young women, Theatre Of Cruelty will speak to you.  Om’s voice is unforgettable. 

Music can be a profound spiritual healing in our lives.  Music has saved me, and I hope it will find a place in your healing journey.” – Delon Om 

Article courtesy of Sasha Stoltz Publicity.

Listen to “Theatre Of Cruelty” below!

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By K.A.