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I don’t need to go nude to be sexy-Stella D’lyte

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After a long absence from the music scene, Stella D’lyte returned with Superwoman, a single, the diva said she dedicates to all beautiful women, and men who have beautiful super women in their lives. Yes, Superwoman might have been a leaf she borrowed from the American singer, Karyn White but Stella is ready to make her own forest, in which she would be a queen in her own neck of the wood.
Talking about her name ‘D’Lyte’ and what inspired it, Stella said it is Yoruba word ‘Atupa’, ‘Lantern’ in English, “Old source of light. D’lyte depicts energy, beauty and happiness” Stella herself seems to radiate from inside and outside.

Stella D’Lyte
Stella knows she isn’t swimming with the big fishes yet but then she isn’t a rookie because she has been around professionally since 2002. “ I have been doing music from when I was little, I love music. I sang and headed a cultural group in primary and secondary schools,  but officially it’s been twelve years now. I came out with my very first single “KOLO” (Crazy for Love) produced by Teddi Danso (BIGTEDDI), and in 2003, shot a video for it. It gained massive airplay then I had a dancehall version produced by RYMZO.
In 2005 I did the remix with Rugged Man, it was crazy, the video registered my name in the music industry and that paved way for me to act in a movie and co- present in NTA” she said.
Behind the facade of a liberated, sexy and promiscuous-looking gal is a tough girl next door who would rather stay home than club. “I like to sell good quality music with great content. I don’t need to go nude and if I have to be sexy, my dear it’s an effortless thing for me. Yes sex sells so everybody says, but have you asked yourself what happens after people get tired of your brand ? I feel whatever I do, I do it with passion plus brain and great quality contents. I prefer to be known or recognised for good music.

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