Mavin Records female singer, Dija, recently revealed that she will do everything within her power to always infuse her Hausa, Lebanese and Sierra-Leone culture into her music.
The singer who is of mixed parentage, in an exclusive chat with Showtime said, ‘I usually wear my traditional garments to perform, and I constantly put my language in everything I do.
Furthermore she said, don’t forget that Yaro, the title of one of my songs, is an Hausa word as well. I’m not only Hausa, I’m also partly Lebanese and Sierra-Leonean as well, so I try my best to bring my cultures from my father and mother’s sides to bear on my craft as much as I can.
For me, the more I can talk to, and relate to my fans, the happier I am,’ she said.
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