Dela to launch her Second album #PublicDemand on April 30th

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Sultry Afro Neo soul singer Dela Maranga will release her second full-length studio solo album April 30. Titled, Public Demand, the album follows her 2010 debut album Paukwa.

The album titled ‘Public Demand’  features 15 tracks of original songs that range from intimate love ballads, pain, patriotism and messages of peace during the trying election period the country went through.  Both local and international artistes and producers came together to make this wonderful selection of songs for Dela’s fans termed as #Delagates.

Her well known hit songs; Honey, Mafeelings, Adabu featuring H_art the Band, Nakuahidi featuring Gilad and Paza Sauti are just but a few of the songs on the album not to mention her own rendition of Kenya’s national anthem.

Dela brings you her sophomore album ‘Public Demand’ in an exciting night of live music at The Alchemist, Nairobi on 30th of April. Timmy T-dat, H_Art The Band, Gilad, Kagwe Mungai, Fena Gitu, Chemutai Sage, Buula, Trina Mungai and Dj Kafii. Gates open at 6pm. FREE ENTRY. #PublicDemand

The album has fifteen tracks plus one bonus

She recently took to social media and this is what she said about her much-awaited album:

What’s up, #Delagates. I come bearing exciting news! 🙌🏽 It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here!!! #PublicDemand, a labour of love for the fans that have embraced all the different sides of Dela. From AfroSoul to AfroPop, through the pain and during happier times, from matters of the heart to politics, I give you all a piece of me. 🙏🏽 Privileged to have worked with some of the most talented guys in the business.”

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