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About Drop5

Apopka, FL

Divine, Raw, and On Poin

Drop is a self taught acoustic guitar musician. While strumming his guitar, he creates inspirational melodies. Smooth R&B with a relaxing yet dynamic voice quality would describe this extraordinary singer/songwriter. A uniquely delectable blend of love and mood enhancing music wrapped up in a sultry soulful package. Everyone who hears “Drop” becomes an immediate life long fan. Even though he is an unsigned artist, Drop is divine, raw and lyrically on point

Drop opened for Grammy award winning artist Anthony Hamilton; as well as opening acts for Nappy Roots, Keith Sweat, Mario Winans, Jon B and Angie Stone. He also recorded with the likes of R&B legend Big Bub (from the group “Today”) and Grammy award winning producer Easy Moe B. He also débuted and co-wrote a duet with Platinum Ice Records’ artist, Ms. Quick. From 2002 to 2005, Drop collaborated with the quartet “Diamondz”. They set the Southeastern United States on fire with their lyrics and harmony from Atlanta, Ga. to Dallas, TX.

Drop was born Melvin Delorn in Washington DC. As part of a military family, his extensive travel as a developing youth helped mold his talent. He began performing as a child in Nuremberg, Germany and Honolulu, Hawaii. He attended high school in Germany, and graduated in Mililani, Hawaii. Drop became well versed with many different cultures. His international flavor tantalizes many audiences with his stage presence and smooth falsetto. Never forgetting to bring his sidekick along, his acoustic guitar, to make the performance complete.

For more information on Drop’s next show or where to book this captivating R&B artist go to e-mail or call 334-663-9587.

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