ICYMI, UNIQUE dropped his newest album ‘Pangalan’ at midnight today, Friday, March 27. And while his follow-up to 2018’s ‘Grandma’ included singles such as ‘Lamang Lupa’ and ‘Bukod Tangi‘, it was a 5-minute track titled ‘Delubyo’ that caught everybody’s attention.
The track contains no lyrics and consists of a mishmash of sounds, from eerie laughter, a woman pleading and crying, to a preacher lecturing about God. And as it turns out, listening to Delubyo’s randomness in the middle of the night wasn’t exactly ideal.
Some fans also played the track in reverse – and it did nothing to ease the creep factor.
delubyo with earphones pic.twitter.com/wSu9IYgF6P
— 𝙢𝙞𝙠𝙢𝙞𝙠 ~ ia (@yugenspades) March 26, 2020
me after listening to Delubyo and Delubyo Reverse. pic.twitter.com/c2JyqgOlwS
— 𝙰𝙴𝚇 (@aerkilla) March 26, 2020
— 💚 (@blangkongpapel_) March 26, 2020
listening to unique’s delubyo at 2am pic.twitter.com/zzFUXbibd5
— jesse (@manajesse) March 26, 2020
me before me after listening
listening to delubyo
to delubyo vs. pic.twitter.com/ZO0pe0m7im
— BUKOD TANGI (@jilaxamanaa) March 26, 2020
But in case disturbing tracks aren’t your thing, Pangalan has 7 others to put your mind at ease. Take a listen to the rest below.