Curvy singer Desire Luzinda of the 'Stay with Me' fame a track she did with Ghanaian finest rapper D-Black was yesterday celebrating 25 years.
Appearing on the Jam show with Big Ben on Sanyu FM, Desire who was reminded of her birthday that morning by her 8-year-old daughter sounded so happy after the track they did with D-Black was number 10 on Africa's Top Countdown.
Desire used the moment to talk about the Northern By-Pass attack which some sources cited as a stunt. "I was attacked as I drove along the Northern by-pass and this did not surprise me because I had just shown threatening text messages on my phone to the police"
"Whoever wants to believe what they believe, its okay and whoever wants to believe in me, its fine." Desire added.
Regarding her future plans, she revealed that collaborations with artistes from different countries were in the offing. On whether to allow her daughter to join the music industry, she was like that is a big NO.
"As artistes we go through a lot that I will not want my daughter to be subjected to." The singer was also asked to clear the space on whether anything went down while in Ghana during the shooting of the Stay with Me Video.
Desire laughed about it and asked what the radio host wanted to believe! Of course No.
The lyrics in the song must have drawn many to that conclusion.
A section of Stay With Me Lyrics:
....I've fallen in love before but never like this
My heart desires to tell that there is much
I'm willing to do for you
My lips won't stop craving for you
Stay with me a little bit longer.
Come a little bit closer
Let's make tonight a little sweeter....
Related: Desire Luzinda in Stay with Me Video