Hadiza Blell, the Sierra Leonian-Nigerian songstress better known as Di’Ja, has put out a new single titled ‘Yoruba Demon‘.


The song, which was released on Friday, is a track from ‘Latecomer’, the singer’s forthcoming album.

In ‘Yoruba Demon’, Di’Ja croons about her relationship woes. The singer also wonders why love has decided to make a “fool of me”.

“Everyone dey find that somebody/ Way he say go make their life complete/ I be think say I find somebody/ Way go make me spend my money/ Make me come dey do like zombie/ But it make a fool of me/ Who tell me make I fall in love,” she sings.


The 33-year-old also put out a colorful video for the song.

Di’Ja ventured into the music industry in 2008.


The songstress’ single ‘Rock Steady’, which was nominated for Best Urban/R&B Single at the 2009 Canadian Radio Music Awards, shot her into the limelight.

She also won the Best New Artist award at the 2008 Beat Music Awards. In 2014, she signed to Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records.

Asma’u Blell, her mother, is from Northern Nigeria while Joseph Blell, her dad, is from Sierra Leone.

Di’Ja’s received a joint degree in biology and psychology from the varsity.



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