13 December 2012

Ghana: Dencia Feature Sarkodie in New Song

Photo: The Star
Dencia takes a swipe at Lupita.

California-based sensational music icon, Dencia yesterday released her latest hot single titled, Me & You featuring Ghana's award winning and fastest rapper, Sarkodie.

The single produced by Tee Y Mix was recorded in October but it waited in the studios almost three months.

It is a love song backed by great and soothing tunes. In this song Dencia professed her readiness to express her true love to her man, while Sarkodie urges her to show her love.

"Baby show me your love..," was Sarkodie's open lines. The BET award winner once again showed his rap aptitude on this song.

Dencia also took singing to the next level just as she did with her songs; Beri Beri and Super Girl.

The beautiful songstress is due to come to Ghana this month for the new single's official release.

She is California based recording artiste born to Cameroonian/Nigerian parents on March 26. She started indulging in her love for music and performing arts at the tender age of five.

She is also model and actress. She has featured in several music videos such as 50cent's 'Down On Me', Chris Brown's 'Yeah 3', as well as videos of artistes like Ludacris, Baby Bash and Lady Gaga.

She has performed on big stages worldwide and graced some of the hottest red carpets such as the Grammy awards, Emmy's, Oscars, BET, VMAs etc. Recently, she performed at the pre BET award event in Los Angeles, hosted The Game's mix tape release party and has hosted parties worldwide.

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