Delali Greenstock is a purpose-driven woman who holds a BSC in Public Relations and Marketing from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).
Having acquired formal education in the field coupled with her verve of providing quality services, Delali worked with Auto Plaza Limited (premier distributors of Hyundai in Ghana) as the Sales Manager for a period of eight years (2008 – 2015).
She proceeded to Japan Motors serving as Senior Sales Consultant for two years (2015 – 2017) and is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Pinus Business Solutions.
The product of Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School runs So Me Nsa Foundation, a non-governmental organization aimed at alleviating poverty by providing educational support, quality healthcare and access to basic social amenities to the less privileged children in society.
Aside her corporate life, Delali has carved a niché for herself as one of Ghana’s finest female musicians as she has released a catalogue of songs and has displayed real vocal astuteness.
Known by the stage name ‘Dela’, she has been with Kojo Antwi since 2004 performing with the music maestro at most events he was billed to perform.
In 2007, she contested in the third edition of Mentor 3 and released the “Girltalk” album which had hit songs like ‘Odo’, ‘Fever’ and ‘Mate Aka No So’ under Emklam Entertainment.
Dela has also been a backup singer for a number of highlife and hiplife artistes upon recommendations by musicologists, industry persons and convictions of these artistes.
With the aim of unleashing good records for consumption, Dela after going into hibernation to pursue academic excellence is back to mainstream music with a single, ‘Let Me Go’.
The song which employs some stimulating piano, guitar works, great composition and delivery was produced by Richie of Lynx Entertainment.