For most Nigerians in the diaspora, a feel of home is an experience worth treasuring. The feel of culture stirs hearts in fondness and when it comes to getting right down,
parties aka owambes, graced by fashionistas decked in flamboyant attires, asoebi ( party uniforms) inclusive are a must for the ever bubbly folk to help keep spirit body, mind and spirit alive.
Nigerian born Uk based singer and songwriter Bamidele Adedeji aka Dele Achiever is one of the most sort after entertainers in the music scene, gracing parties, wedding and corporate events
back to back.
The Osun state born who like many others talented acts started off in the choir back home in Nigeria at the Osun State Polytechnic where she studied Business Management joined forces as band leader with some instrumentalists and the Dele Achievers Band was formed. Passionate about honing her skills, she later proceeded to bag her HND and a degree in Music.
As undergraduates, the Achievers Band swept hearts not only within the campus but even travelled widely in the southwest of Nigeria, appearing at ceremonies and concerts with famous Juju artistes in the region like Dr Orlando Owoh, Sir Shina Peters etc. Upon relocation to the UK early 2000, her professional music career skyrocketed.
Dele Achiever describes her combination of Juju, Highlife music and Gospel, a bit of Afrobeat/ Hip Hop – contemporary African music.
Influenced by the oldies” Highlife, Juju and the likes, Dele Achiever strives to maintain her signature style and identity.
While in Lagos Nigeria she was an active performer, a popular face at engagements and clubs, notably Wilfred Night Club, Club 68, and Yoruba Tennis Club.
Dele Achiever having performed in different countries of Europe decided to set her lens on London (UK) being, host to many Nigerians.