Adele Clarise is Cameroonian born – USA based songwriter and Vocalist. She is considered to be one of the best Vocalists ever originated from Cameroon.
Adele was born in Bafoussam, West Region of Cameroon and later moved to Buea at the age of 2 where she developed her love for music thanks to a music loving Family.
She started singing and performing at the very tender age of 5 where she made her first public appearance at a local church. She is forever grateful to her family who did not only have the love for music but also practiced it. She wasn’t however happy when her family recorded a song in a “casette” back in the days and she wasn’t part of it.
She was also part of the now defunct music group called Baam, where they won the highly acclaimed Nescafe African Revelations 2008.
Together with the group, they released their critically acclaimed EP titled “Stand UP” with which they used to tour Africa.
After the group Baam collapsed, Adele moved to the US where she released songs such as – Lost and Gone, This is Ma Thing, Sugar Daddy and also engaged in performing covers of songs in shows and events. In her words, she does and loves doing covers because she made so much money from it. She has been invited for several occasions to perform several songs including Beyonce’s “Halo” which she released as a cover single as well as singing the USA national anthem.
Last February 2018, Adele created her personal Vlog called “Adele Clarice Vlog” where she shared her experiences as an artist, her love for food and her lifestyle.
After several covers, Adele finally made a comeback in August 2018 by dropping the audio of her single “On Fait Comme Ca” produce by Mantra written by Md Lyonga and Nkeng Payne. The video of “On Fait Comme Ça” directed by Chastity Corset dropped in September 2018.
Recently, Adele was in the media spotlight after she talked on her experience at the Made in Cameroon Music Festival on the media platform Toridey. She expressed how surprised she was and still is at online posts saying Stanley Enow is a wack artist. She defended her point by saying she saw Stanley Rap and his stage performance was Topnotch. She also spoke about the organization of the event and offered some advice to the organizer on the next edition.
Adele has been putting in much work exporting Cameroonian culture across the borders and she clearly still has a lot planned. She deserves our support, appreciation and recognition.
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