Delus, a son of the rugged streets of Kingston, Jamaica, has always had a passion for music. His deep-seated passion is as a result of his influence by musical icons such as Buju Banton, Spragga Benz, and Beres Hammond. In pursuit of his dreams, Delus hung out at the Youth Man Promotion/Black Roots Studio owned by the late, Lincoln "Sugar" Minott. Delus's first recording was with his brother, Konshens. The duo recorded under the name Sojah which means "Sons of Jah." Their first single entitled "Medz Pon Di Corner" on the Cash Flow label, went number one in Japan in 2004, which afforded them the opportunity to tour in Japan. The tour prompted the release of the duos debut album titled "Sons of Jah."
Following the success of the album, Delus and his brother decided to pursue their solo careers. In 2007, Delus released singles such as "Nymphomaniac" and "Power" on the Cash Flow Label and "Move" on the Rapid Fire Label. During that time Delus displayed his versatility when he directed and edited music videos for artists such as Bescenta, Warrior King, Tiana and a medley that included artists such as D'Angel, Mr. Peppa, Delly Ranx, Sojah and Spragga Benz. Additionally, he worked on projects such as "Some Gal" on the Outada Riddim by Seanizzle, "Gal or War" for Mr. G's Young Blood, remixes by D