Canadian pop singer Delilah weaves beautiful vocal sounds capes served with the sweet feminine lilt of Celtic Woman paired with the R&B/pop voicing of Ashanti. Delilah’s fairy-like vocal hooks and dreamy purrs are reminiscent of classic soul, permeating tints of Jill Scott and inflections of modern R&B reflective of vocal groups like All Saints, En Vogue, and Dream. Delilah’s music has an inherent beauty and delicateness draped in glistening sonic briar’s and a bit of The Spice Girls dance-pop shimmy.
Produced by her husband Dave Sereny and his collaborator/keyboard and drum programmer Lemoyne Alexander, Delilah’s self-titled EP has selections from her forthcoming album Insecurity. The songs create an enchanting world of elegance 풀싸롱 and sonic splendor in a style befitting for a goddess. The catchy funk-pop vibe of the rhythms for “Brand New Day” has a youthful freshness with refined R&B harmonies. The album travels into a smooth soul-pop stylizing with exotic vocal timbres and low burning kindles on “Hello.” The steady drumbeats of “Insecurity” are embellished by softly streaking synths, lush orchestral textures, and mellifluously imbued breathy vocals. The music’s felicitous shimmers and euphoric pastels pleasantly blush across Delilah’s gem-toned vocals. The twinkling piano keys on ‘Pillow Company” are bewitching as they blanket across Delilah’s smooth vocal delivery. The final track “Amazing” is a light funk tempo with a tinge of gospel in the vocal intonations. The number feels plush with a modern R&B register that is dulcet and velvety.
Delilah’s lissome vocals have a fairy-like dreaminess like a maiden’s kiss. The songs blazon soul-pop beauty with R&B/funk enriched rhythms. She also has a single disc “The Way You Love Me” which recalls of early Celion Dion in Delilah’s ethereally misted vocals. Her singing style is pleasantly willowy and enchanting with a delivery that is arresting and entices one to behold.