Los Angeles-based artist Delacey has labored behind the scenes as a songwriter for the likes Halsey (on the Hot 100-topping “Without Me”) and Zara Larsson, however she’s sparing no time to disclose her singular voice and magnificence with “My Man,” her first launch as a solo artist beneath a newly-inked signing with Hitco Entertainment.
The gifted songwriter, born Brittany Amaradio, instantly distinguishes herself with the opening line, “Bitch don’t steal my man,” an unmistakable risk that Delacey twists right into a tangled but sympathetic plea along with her disengaged inflection over the sparse, ethereal manufacturing.
Her poise amid the battle reveals a maturity and self-awareness past her 26 years as she deftly captures the competing vigilance and insecurities a shaky relationship.
“This is my first launch and I’m so excited for the world to know me after listening to this music,” Delacey tells Billboard. “I spilled my guts out and wasn’t afraid to be susceptible. In a method, I wrote this undertaking for egocentric causes in hopes that folks will join with it and I received’t really feel just like the craziest particular person In the world anymore.”
Delacey proves her willingness to tug the curtain again in a lyric video composed snapshots and clips the Orange County, California native creating “My Man” and the remaining her upcoming debut undertaking in New York. The video, shot principally by Delacey herself, delivers the private contact she follows along with her unflinchingly trustworthy strategy to songwriting.
Check out the video for “My Man” completely on Billboard beneath.