‘Adelaide the Seer’, Visually Impaired Singer Speaks About how DopeNation Discovered Her

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‘Adelaide the Seer’ a 25-year-old visually impaired Ghanaian singer is gradually making a name for herself in the music industry. She has revealed how DopeNation helped her to unearth her talent.

Speaking on on Y 97.9 FM’s ‘Ryse N Shyne’ with Chelsey Sey, she narrated,  “after I lost my sight 8 years 3 months ago, I was just home singing because singing has always been a part of me.”

“While I was home singing, my aunty used to post short videos of me on social media. So few weeks ago, I got a call from DopeNation saying they wanted to meet and fast forward we got to the studio, recorded and I entered the music industry by releasing a song with them,” she continued.

Shedding more light on her new song with them titled ‘Wire Me,’ she said, “they saw the video I think three (3) weeks ago if I am not mistaken and we just recorded this song last week Wednesday.”

Adelaide further spoke about her feel of the music industry so far. “So far it’s been good and I’m very excited and also very grateful to God for everything. I know the attention comes with it so I’m okay with that,” she said.

“At the moment I’m partially signed to DopeNation’s record label and from the look of things, we’re working around me being a full member of the label,” the singer added.



Source: eTV Ghana

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