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Di’ja: I’m back to take my place

It is usually a difficult task for musical artists to leave the stage and return to dominate the musical space. The reason is not far to seek – the music industry, especially in Nigeria, is structured in a way that does not give artists a second chance at stardom.

But for Nigerian Afro pop and R&B star, Di’Ja who got married and took a break to take care of family matters. She wants to go back to music like she never left.

Di’ja was one of the female artists who rocked the music industry a few years ago with a number of hit songs including Aww, Yaro, Rocksteady, Take Kiss among others released under Mavin Records, before taking a break.

During his absence, the industry welcomed new female artists who raised the bar, signed international agreements and collaborated with foreign music groups who brought their musical art to different musical platforms around the world where they are now in top of the rankings.

As she plans her return to the stage, Di’ja, while engaging her fans who have long awaited her comeback, was asked if she regrets quitting music to care for her family. She was quick to brush off the insinuation that her space is under threat, insisting she has no regrets stepping down to raise her children and has made sure her family receives the very best. of his love and care.

On what kept her away, she said, “I took the time to have three amazing kids and build my house. With all the ups and downs, I have never regretted my choices because I understand that everything is a choice. I love you all for being patient with me.

The Aww crooner further said during the break that she had been working on what she described as an “incredible album”, which would be my “first because otherwise how can I thank those who have been faithful not only when I was set up but when I was done too. For you, I have to get up and give something beautiful.

Di’ja maintained that she had no intention or need to change the perceptions her fans had of her over the years, saying she did a good job and shared with all of them. “I don’t feel the need to change your perceptions of me because you made them yourself without my permission. You can only accept what you are willing to accept. I love you all who love me. have supported.

“Don’t miss me too much. My children are grown up now, I will disturb una. Thanks for being patient with me.


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