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The Informer
5th August 2011, 12:23 AM
Ghanaian by soul and Nigeria by birth, St. Riya of Wonda World Entertainment is the newest female signing to jump onto the Red Lipstick music concert scheduled to take place on the 29th of October 2011.

The diva, known in real life as Gloria Utaka is an R & B & Soul singer who was born in Nigeria in February, 1992. St. Riya who adds up to the all female concert as an international art for the night spoke to us from her hide out in Nigeria saying: ‘Coming to my motherland is certainly not the first time but to perform on a grand stage like this is the first experience and I promise to give Ghanaians la finesse in stage craft, talking about good music.

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She added that, ‘I have songs that will make Ghanaian dance, wine and nod their heads and come October 29th 2011 I promise to leave a trade mark’. Throwing more light on her educational and personal background, St. Riya made known that she had her Primary School Education in Togo and later moved on to International School Of Lome inside America.

St. Riya vividly said, ‘I had my senior education in Tema High School, one experience I loved and will always remember’ plus I know all my fans and friends will be a the venue to cheer me up.

Mark Sebastian of Hype Records who is part of the events team endorsed the foreign artiste by saying, Red Lipstick is tagged to give Ghanaians the spark that females have hidden inside them and with St. Riya coming to join the gig, it only means we are exploring the world to bring to Ghanaians their lost child.

Mark also added that, St. Riya joins the list of Mimi, Efya, Akosua Agyapong, Sherifa Gunu, Tiffany, Eazzy, Raquel, Bertha, Mzbel plus her fellow artiste from UK, Rozay and Empress from Canada.

Red Lipsticks Music concert is the first show to park over (fourteen) 14 strong female musicians in the country coupled with some foreign arts of which one of them being St. Riya. Gloria Utaka, musically known as St. Riya gave her final words as, ‘ I will be in Ghana

soon to push the show with my voice, beauty and swag but before that, I want to thank the organizers of the show, Hype Records for my endorsement, hopefully Ghanaians will soon meet their lost but found child.

It’s the official female Concert, Red lipstick Music concert, empowering the possibilities in women through the voice of female singers.




Source: Nana Yaw Wiredu