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Deltron Event II is a future album by hip-hop supergroup Deltron 3030, the follow-up to the group's self-titled debut. It will feature Del tha Funkee Homosapien, Kid Koala, and Dan the Automator. [1]

Automator told Billboard in an interview published September 3, 2004, "I have done about 12 sketches. I'm going in with Koala on Oct. 15 and we'll start putting some cuts down."[2]

According to Kid Koala's website, from May 2006, he has finished the turntable portions of the second Deltron 3030 installment.[3]

In the Hieroglyphics' official podcast, Del confirmed that not only were the turntable portions done, but the beats as well, and he has yet to record the vocals.

In November 2006, Del told IGN that four songs for Event II were already written and that "the album's lyrical theme has been basically mapped out."[4] Dan the Automator stated that the recording of the new album would probably be done by December 2006, and that it would come out some time in 2007. [5] However, the album was then delayed until "sometime in 2008". In March 2008, Del told the News-Observer that "Kid Koala and Automator already finished the production. It's done. So, it's just up to me to write [the lyrics]." [6]

During XM 66 RAW's Subsoniq in April 2008, Del was asked about the progress of the album. He stated that he has written six songs so far and that it shouldn't be long before the album is completed.[7]

Prefixmag.com lists[8] a 2010 release.

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