Dencia - from Hollywood to Naija - Drops BERI BERI

The hottest new music sensation to hit Nigeria is California based recording artiste Dencia. Born to Cameroonian/Nigerian Parents on March 26, Dencia started indulging in her love for music and performance arts at the tender age if 5. Her African roots play a major role in her style of
music. In her early years she sang with her local church groups and schools but was later diagnosed with a deadly throat disease that affected her nose living her with doubts about her singing abilities.

Determined and certain music was her passion, she stayed close to her love for music by engaging herself in other fields in the entertainment industry like modeling, fashion, acting, and hosting music events. She has featured in several music videos such as 50cents feat Jeremiah "Down on me"' Chris Brown's "Yeah 3*", as well as videos of artists like Ludacris, Baby bash, Lady gaga and many more. While doing this she never stopped trying to reconnect with her music skills for the professional world.

In September 2008' Dencia took the ultimate decision to finally pursue her life long dream of being a musical sensation. Since then she has recorded several songs, some of which include her first official and current hit single "Beri Beri". She has performed on big stages worldwide and graced some of the hottest red carpets such as the Grammy awards,Emmy's,Oscars, BET, VMA's 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.

Her signature African curls and distinct accent has caught the eye of a lot of Hollywood industry big wings, some of whom have remained very good friends with her. Dencia is not only a talented musician, she is also a gifted fashion designer with some of her designs being worn by Niki Minaj, Christina Milian, lil Mama,Rihanna and many more. A talented asset to the African music industry, her personal style is her design from clothes to shoes to earrings name it. Dencia sponsors 5 girls to African schools and is also an ambassador for Susan G. Komen Cancer Research Foundation. Although she has strong ties to Hollywood she is a strong believer in Pan Africanism and she plans to rep Africa for as long as she lives.

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