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Saturday, 1 July 2017

Stephanie Ghaida finally explains why she decided to make Nigerian music

Stephanie Ghaida finally releases her first official music Video "Push it Up" after making smashing covers of Adele and Bruno Mar's songs that went viral. Stephanie is a delightful person as well as an extremely talented musician.
Discussing with us, the singer revealed that she decided to make Nigerian music because she lived most of her life in Nigeria and she is still living in Nigeria till now. He also revealed a lot of things about her personal life

1.  Could you please give us a brief history about yourself and your family members?

I'm Stephanie Ghaida. I'm 18 years old and I celebrate my birthday with the Nigerian Independence Day. I'm Lebanese, but I've lived most of my life in Nigeria since my father was born here and spend all his life in Nigeria. Our family consists of 5 members, my parents, my elder sister Nadine and younger brother Samer.

2.     For how long have you been Singing and at what point did you discover your talent
I've been singing since I was 3 years old and discovered my talent at the age of 13 from friends and family.

3.     Why Did you choose to Make Nigerian Music instead of Your Countries music?
I've lived most of my life in Nigeria and I'm still living in Nigeria till now. I'm into English music. I love listening to Arabic songs but I'm not so good at singing it.

 4.     What projects you are currently working on? Which project is going to be released first in the coming days?
I'm working on a few songs that will be released in the next few weeks by the Grace of God.

5.     Do you believe in love at first sight?
I believe in love, but admiration at first sight and love comes later.

6.     Who is your ideal man?
If I start I'll never end.
Conclusion: complete man in all means.

7.     Which Celebrity would you like to work with? Local and Internationally.
I would love to work with Enrique Iglesias and  Davido.

8.     Who inspires you and why?
Oprah Winfrey inspires not only me, but  many people around the world because she's passed through a lot in life and always stood strong and never gave up. She taught us women to stand for ourselves and made a tv program for them to go and talk about everything they're passing through! She is one strong willed woman who has defied age and gender and has been super  successful! #Respect

9.     On what do you spend the most: clothes, accessories, perfumes, underwear, or anything else?
On all.

10.   Do you think as a foreigner the public and critics will expect too much from you?
Yes I do!

Push it up link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vZwun23MUuY

Check out Stephanie Ghaida On instagram @stephanie_ghaida .

Guys do you think she will succeed in the Nigerian Music Industry?

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21 comments:

Anonymous said...

She try

Sharumi said...

Welldone. Pump it up

Sharumi said...

Welldone. Pump it up

Sharumi said...

Well done. Pump it up

kabala and the Butterfly said...

She has it, a good combination of good and ecentric electrifying voice and a thick smoky beat, tiwa, dija and omawunmi, you have got something in your hands coming.

ogbonna nwabueze said...

Wow

Manuel Kunmi said...

nice

NaijaDeltaBabe said...

Nice


... Merited happiness

Anonymous said...

At least she did not sing about people humping each other or making money that they use to clean their arses. Its upbeat. She needs to watch her weight though so she is not like me.

Okorie Rowland said...

She will surely standout because dedication matters,Nigeria is good on this girl oooo,my country my country

Gideon Okorie said...

SEE WHY YOU SHOULD DRINK WATER REGULARLY

Anonymous said...

Really lovely. She impressed me

McCarthy said...

She needs del B to give her one major beat and arrange her song. She's already a star

Raphael Adass said...

Nice one

Anonymous said...

no talent, just making noise.

Anonymous said...

Music is a universal language, so I think she will succeed. Music is an art, sound also matters, but she should do want comes naturally to her. Don't try to be too Nigerian if it doesn't come naturally to you. be as much Nigerian you can be naturally, then combining Lebanese sound and afro beat will create something magnificent. Please be you, be original you. God bless your hustle, Amen.

Cornelius Chukwu said...

Please in her religion is her type of music and dance allowed? Make una no declare fatwa on me ooh because I bi nobis.

Anonymous said...

She will not succeed if you continue to bring her down by calling her a non Nigerian. How else is she a Nigerian if her parents were born in Nigeria and she was born. Bread and buttered here in Nigeria

Anonymous said...

She will not succeed if you continue to bring her down by calling her a non Nigerian. How else is she a Nigerian if her parents were born in Nigeria and she was born. Bread and buttered here in Nigeria

Alfa Mega said...

If her father was born in Nigeria then she is a Nigerian. She should stop calling herself a Lebanese. I doubt if she has ever been to Lebanon.

Pippa Pax said...

Nice singing voice, beautiful girl, quite young etc She's got the whole package, but she will be needing better production...was bored scythe music honestly.

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