MOTIVATED VISUALLY IMPAIRED SINGER REVEALS HOW SHE BEGUN DOING GHANAIAN MUSIC
An upcoming artist with visual impairment, Adelaide the seer as known in the showbiz industry has revealed how she recently found her way into the Ghanaian music scene.
The 25-year-old who had signed on the record label of Dope Nation shared with Chelsey Sey on Y FM’s Rise and Shyne show “while I was home singing, my aunt 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”.
According to the award winning duo, they were inspired and motivated on how she was able to communicate through her music despite her impaired visibility. Her recent song with DopeNation “wire me” has so far gained a good reception from the public. “So far it’s been good and im very excited and also very grateful to God for everything”. She added, “I know the attention comes with it so im okay with that”.
The visually impaired singer is said to have lost her sight in senior high school when she was diagnosed with cerebrospinal meningitis which affected part of her brain connected to her sight. She has then lived with this impairment for 8 years and 3 months until her recent discovery with Dope Nation.
The singer professes her love for music and is looking forward to collaborate with other music artist.