Ghanaian Songstress, Dela and record producer, Quophi Okyeame are back together years after they ended their working relationship.
Reports suggest that the duo have worked on two songs, one of which is scheduled for release soon.
Both pieces, this portal has learnt, were composed, produced, mixed and mastered by Quophi Okyeame.
Dela had her maiden album released in 2008 under Quophi Okyeame’s Emklan record label unto which she was signed on for five years.
They however mutually parted ways after two years following the different tangents both wanted to take.
It is unclear if Dela is back on the Emklan label but the artiste earlier this year served an indication of a possible reunion.
“I was signed on for five years and did a little about two years. We had to come to a consensus to call off. I had to go to school; he wanted to do things in a certain way. We were really okay with it but at a point, I believed I had to focus on my school and afterwards, we would come back to talk about the terms again…” she said on Hitz FM.
The silky-voiced singer released a song tilted, ‘Let Me Go’ months ago to announce her comeback.
It is anticipated that ‘Fa Me Ko’, one of the new songs produced by Quophi Okyeame which is scheduled for release in December will sweep music enthusiasts off their feet.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citifmonnline.com/Ghana