At the heels of an explosive tour supporting Rynx, LA-based hybrid-electronic producer Maliboux makes 2020 his own with his latest house cut “Delirious.” A luminous listening experience that heightens the senses, Maliboux flexes his versatile dexterity on his latest treat. The glitchy, groovy, house single leaves room for moments of bass, trap, and other hardstyle elements that don’t seem to drown out the track’s main focus. Stitched together with an optimistic tenor, “Delirious” is a dance-floor-ready bop that is far from reserved. Released in the midst of the Black Lives Matter movement, Maliboux has committed to donating a portion of his royalties to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund and Color of Change. A breath of fresh air both musically and philosophically Maliboux is next up.

“I think it’s incredibly important to acknowledge just how significant the influence of black culture is on music today. I speak for most of the industry when I say that we quite literally would not be here without black influence. We wouldn’t have so many of the genres and artists that have inspired us to be in the positions in which we are now. I will ALWAYS stand for justice & equality and encourage all of my peers, family, friends & fans to do the same.

I think it’s important to stand together and be allies in this turbulent time. We are fighting not only racism & injustice but a global pandemic. I process my emotions and anxiety through creating. That’s why I am currently supporting the #ArtistsForChange movement and donating a percentage of my royalties to the NAACP Legal Defense Fund & Color of Change. If anyone wishes to also support I will be featuring various charities in the coming weeks on my Spotify page.” – Maliboux