LIVE: Delilah @ O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
The Singer Goes Back To Her 'Roots'
Delilah stormed the stage this weekend at Sheperd's Bush Empire.
The songstress was supported by Josh Kumra and Wiley, who warmed up the audience nicely and made the hour-long wait for the headliner a lot more bareable.
Josh treated the audience to tracks off his upcoming album and was even joined by Mr Hudson who made a special appearance.
Wiley performed a brief ten-minute medley of his hits, including 'Heatwave' and 'Can You Hear Me'.
It was then time for Delilah herself, who hit the stage in a revealing leotard/ playsuit complete with studs and plenty of jewellery.
The singer performed hits from her debut album 'From The Roots Up', and even got some lucky fans up on stage to help her out for the track 'Gypsy Woman'. She was also joined by her sister for a tribute to their father, who sadly passed away in 2002.
Delilah popped up in the audience to sing her hit 'Go' and also performed her collaboration with Chase & Status, 'Time'. She even showed off her keyboard skills, having trained herself at a young age.
As her set came to an end and gold glitter rained from the ceiling, it is clear to see Delilah is having her moment. Her mix of pop, jazz, soul, dubstep and drum ‘n’ bass beats offers something for every music fan, and we can't wait to see what Delilah does next.