Entertainment of Wednesday, 25 January 2017
After going into hibernation to pursue academic excellence and other equally important agenda, afro-pop musician, Dela is set to make a comeback to mainstream music.
The songstress has announced her return by releasing photos of hers ahead of a duet with Afriyie expected to be unveiled on Thursday.
With the crave of “Nations” by musicians to draw their fans closer to them for a solid fan base, Dela has moved out of that shell to refer to her followers as “Delavers”.
The name carved from ‘Lovers of Dela’ has sparked a conversation on social media but the response from Dela seems to suggest she has a great sense of humour.
“I don’t want to create a nation and be asked for light bill and water bill,” she commented on a post.
Known in private life as Delali Greenstock, the focus-driven musician is a product of Mfantiman Girls Senior High School and holds a BA/BSC in Public Relations and Marketing from University of Professional Studies, Accra.
She is currently a Vehicle life consultant at Nissan and the President of So Me Nsa Foundation, a registered social organization that seeks to touch lives across Africa and build hope for a better future.
Here is a song she recorded with Flowking Stone some time ago.