World Music artiste, Tadia, is one of those who believe in bringing something special to their fans. For somebody whose goal is to take the music industry by a storm, putting out new songs that would enlist her name and music on the world map has been her main focus.
Having showed her fans a glimpse of what to expect from her in her last single, ‘Down Low’, Tadia is returning to the music scene with another single entitled ‘Worth It’, and she didn’t seem to have lost her vibes in anyway.
The singer said she returned to music fully having obtained bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism.
Tadia’s grassroots, door-to-door work ethic, energetic vibe caught the attention of 3-time Grammy-award winning producer, Jerry Wonda, with whom she just signed a production deal.
Tadia said she’s excited about the rise her career is witnessing even as she added that her new song, which would be released on all music platforms on June 16 was a pointer to her determination to keep winning over more fans and regsistering her name on their minds.
Her last single took her to the Afro Latino Festival, performing with Wyclef Jean and opening for Mawell during Miachael Brun’s Bayo Show.
Speaking with R about her fast-rising career, who would have opened up multiple shows on Afrobeat star, Davido’s ‘A Good Time’ tour. “I would have opened the the tour for Davido but the tour was postponed due to Covid-19.
She hinted about her passion to showcase her multifacetedness as a singer, media maker/personality and entrepreneur.
“SInging has always been a passion just as connecting with audiences of all sorts.”
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