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Di’Ja – My Lover ft. Reekado Banks

December 29, 2017 at 07:00
Di'Ja ft. Reekado Banks - My Lover

Di’Ja drops latest single “My Lover” in which he’s featured Reekado Banks. Download Di’Ja ft. Reekado Banks – My Lover mp3 here:

Di'Ja ft. Reekado Banks - My Lover (9552 downloads)

 

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Hadiza Blell, better known by her stage name Di’Ja, is a Nigerian {vocalist|performer|musician}, visual artist and composer. She is currently {authorized|agreed upon|fixed} to Mavin Records. In 2009, she released her first single “Rock Steady” which was nominated for optimum Urban/R&B Single at this year’s Canadian {Car radio|A radio station|R / c} Music Awards. Moreover, {the girl|the lady|your woman} won the very best New Artist award at the 2008 Beat Music Awards.[1][2]

She has lived in Nigeria, Sierra Leone, the {Usa|Combined|Unified} States and Canada. Her mother is from {North|Upper} Nigeria and her {dad is|daddy is} from Sierra Leone. At a young {age group|era|time}, she committed herself to academia and earned a double degree in Biology and Psychology. After {generating|making|getting} the aforementioned degrees, Di’Ja found passion in music, art and philosophy.[3]

Her music career started in 2008.[4] In 2012, she released several singles including “Dan’Iska (Rudebwoy)”, “Hold On (Ba Damuwa)” and “How Do we Be Friends”.[5] On February 14, 2014, Don Jazzy announced {searching|looking|rooting} in Di’Ja to Mavin Records.[3] Her first official single under Mavin Records was also released on February {16|13|18}, 2014. The song, which is titled “Yaro”, is an up-tempo celebration of love and commitment against all odds. It infuses Hausa and Krio dialects in honour of her Nigerian and Sierra Leonean roots.[6]

In May possibly| 2014, she was presented highlighted|included} on “Dorobucci” alongside {packaging|ingredients label|sticker} mates Don Jazzy, {Doctor|Medical professional} SID, Tiwa Savage, D’Prince, Korede Bello and Reekado Banks.[7] In May 2014, an living video was released for “Dorobucci”.[8] Di’Ja was featured on “Arise” alongside Don Jazzy and Reek

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