Who Is DeLorean? That seems like a fair question because when I first think about Delorean or a Delorean, I think about the car from the 80s movie, Back to the Future. This Delorean isn’t that delorean, however, as I am now talking about the guy who claims to be a singer, producer, rapper, who goes by Mr. Delorean. Picture right here:
Now you might know this cat, and you might not. If you do it’s probably from a video you saw on facebook or another social media site. No, not of him rapping or singing, but he steals videos from places like Worldstar, BelowCable, Complex, and a ton of other spots and he posts them on his facebook fan page. Who knows why.
I never really thought that much about it until one day my buddy said go click on his bio on his website. So I did, and his website was cool. The bio seemed ok UNTIL, I got to the part about his record sales.
On his bio Mr. Delorean stated that his song “Pause,” was, well, read it yourself, verbatim from his website:
“Pause” while landing as a top selling independent R&B iTunes & #1 independent indie artist music store CD BABY selling over 250,000 copies.
Wait, so this guy sold 250 THOUSAND of his song Pause that I haven’t ever heard of? Pause? Pause? I had to pause…and that reminded me of Spike Lee’s “Pause Moment.” HAHAHA
Then I went back to this joker dude named, Delorean or Mr. Delorean so I am assuming Delorean is his last name hence the Mister. So 250k on CDBaby alone? Had to be something wrong with those numbers, but if men lie, and woman lie, but numbers don’t?
Well the numbers weren’t lying, the Mr. Delorean was. After contacting CDBaby and Neilson for a complete sales report, it seems Mr. Delorean didn’t sell 250,000 units of his single or downloads. No, he didn’t even sell 250 like two hundred and fifty. This is what I got back on total sales.
This song “Pause” has been bought 81 times, and that isn’t just on CDBaby.com, that is all sales, anywhere.
To say that people are hyping themselves up is an understatement, but to go from 81 sales in real life to putting 250,000 on your website bio is a little bit more than a white lie, don’t you think Mr. Delorean?
Now of course he has other claims in his bio and on his website including:
“Birth of a Legend”(which sold a total of 65,000 copies) in 2009 on iTunes
Well for starters if it sold half of that it would come up in a search for it on iTunes, which it doesn’t.
I really stopped doing research on this kid after the 81 to 250,000 stuff came up because really? I guess if, posting funny videos you downloaded from Worldstar and having a bio that says you sold thousands of records when you actually didn’t, is the new cool thing, I can’t be cool.
So sorry I had to call you out Mr. Delorean, but really though, 81 to 250,000? Maybe you should go teach publicity classes because I would sign up for that 🙂
So Mr. Delorean please post your pictures recording in Sean Combs studio, or at least post some tour dates please!
Now the main reason for this is that people asked me if this guy Mr. Delorean has money? He claims to be making thousands and thousands of dollars a day…Is it true?
Well if his stacking money ways are anything like his math of 81=250,000 it is hard to see what he has. He might have a ton of fans on facebook and twitter, but money, probably not.
He is also listed on every scam site, police site, fraud site in the world, so he has haters. Which is a good thing in today’s world, but you also have to have fans to even things out.
So here is what we figured out, Mr. Delorean has tons of social media presence, a ton of haters, not very many fans and not very many sales despite his claims.
But hey that’s ok! When I first met Baby and Wayne they had on fake Rolex watches, and best believe those watches aren’t fake anymore!
Thanks again for the chuckles, Mr. Delorean and best of luck to you in the future!!
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