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Father-Son Collaboration Shines In Deltiimo’s Tech House Remix



Prepare to be amazed as Deltiimo makes a triumphant comeback with a remix EP that will leave you wanting more. And here’s the exciting twist… the original version of “Welcome To The Real World” was recorded back in 1992, featuring his son Ricky Louca, who was just 9 years old at the time.

Of course, you can totally feel the special connection between them in the newly mind-blowing Tech House remix. Certainly, it adds a heartfelt and personal vibe to the music, making it truly unique.

Furthermore, Lisa Love Barron is also rocking on this track, hitting those high notes and delivering vocals that are pure heaven.

Tech House Remix
Deltiimo in collaboration with Bradon Grobler has remixed the “Welcome To The Real World,” showing off their expertise and refining it all up-to-date with a clubby/housey style.

Conversely, the music video looks awesome to such an extent that it matches the upbeat essence of the song. Somehow, this clip leads you on a journey through forests, parties, and desert landscapes that’ll leave you in awe.

As a matter of fact, visuals form part of Gary Louca’s project “The Spirit of Toronto.” These animated music shorts depict various stories from a magical book Gary discovered in his attic. The initiative features talented individuals from diverse backgrounds, including opera and Hollywood films.

Oh, and guess what? You can catch the first episode of “The Spirit of Toronto” on YouTube for free! It’s called “The Chosen One.” So go check it out, folks.



By Erick Ycaza

Hi, my name is Erick Ycaza. I have a BA in Advertising & Graphic Design. This blog is to provide you with daily music news and share my personal style. Surprisingly, I have been blogging and writing about music since 2007.