Feli Nuna

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Feli Nuna
Birth nameFelicia Nuna Akosua Tawiah
Also known asFelly, Also Daavi Diva, Queen Femcee, Edzoleme
Born (1990-05-20) May 20, 1990 (age 29)
Accra, Ghana
OriginVolta Region, Ghana
  • Singer
  • songwriter
Years active2012–present
  • BeeHyve Entertainment (Former)
Associated acts

Feli Nuna (/f3li nuna/; born May 20, 1990) is a Ghanaian rapper, singer, songwriter director and producer. Born and raised in Accra. She signed her first record deal as 'Felly' with Lynx entertainment in 2012 and released her first official single 'Ghana Girl Swag' but took a 2-year hiatus right after the release.[1][2] She then resurfaced with a new rebrand as Feli Nuna in 2015 under Beehyve Entertainment with 'I like Am' and has been active till present.[3]

Life and career[edit]

Felicia Nuna Akosua Tawiah, popularly known as Feli Nuna was born in Accra Ghana on May 20, 1990 to Col. Theophilus Tawiah (Rtd) and Ms Sitsofe Dzansi. She hails from Leklebi Agbesia in the Volta Region of Ghana. She acquired her nursery, primary through to Basic Education at University of Ghana Basic School and her Senior Secondary Education at Akosombo International School. She was then admitted into the University of Ghana in 2009 where she studied English, Sociology and Psychology. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Psychology.

She signed her first record deal as 'Felly' with Lynx entertainment in 2012. Under Lynx Entertainment, she released ‘Ghana Girl Swag’. Relationship between Feli Nuna and lynx Entertainment didn't go well and she ended up leaving the record label. In 2015, she signed with Beehyve entertainment and released ‘I like am ‘ which was her second single as an artists and her first single under her new management. She stood as a judge on the Voice of West Hills Mall in 2016,[4] and has performed on credible big local platforms including The Ghana Music Awards Nominees Concert (2016)[5][6] 4Syte Music Video Awards (2016),[7][8] and also performed on at Coke Studio Africa (2016),[9][10] Yaws Fashion Show (Gambia 2017), Asia-Africa Youth Festival (China,2017).[11]




  1. ^ "My creativity was restricted at Lynx Entertainment – Feli Nuna". ghanaweb.com.
  2. ^ "Feli Nuna is the new Diva definition – News Ghana".
  3. ^ SURE, RUN RUN (September 23, 2015). "Ghana:- Feli Nuna – I Like Am [ Audio ]".
  4. ^ "West Hills Mall searches for music talents". graphic.com.gh. June 24, 2016. Retrieved August 8, 2019.
  5. ^ Online, Peace FM. "VGMA 2016 Nominees Jam Goes To Ho This Weekend". peacefmonline.com.
  6. ^ Debrah, Ameyaw (April 11, 2016). "All you need to know about VGMA nominees party in Ho (photos)". yen.com.gh.
  7. ^ Sarpeah, Adu (December 31, 2016). "Full List of Winners at 4Syte Music Video Awards 2016 " GhBase•com™".
  8. ^ "4Syte Music Video Awards Postponed To Dec. 30". DailyGuide Network. November 23, 2016.
  9. ^ "Feli Nuna is set to rock the Cokestudio in Kenya". ghanaweb.com.
  10. ^ "#CokeStudioAfrica: Stonebwoy, Feli Nuna hit the stage in episode 2". ghanaweb.com.
  11. ^ "Feli Nuna To Embark on a High School Tour Themed 'Keep It Till He Ring It'". Modern Ghana. October 5, 2017.
  12. ^ "Feli Nuna – Awola (Feat. Pappy Kojo) (Prod. By Fizzi)". February 3, 2016.
  13. ^ "Feli Nuna ft. Kuami Eugene – Show Me (Prod. Kuami Eugene x KonFem)". December 15, 2017.
  14. ^ NytMare, Blogger's (November 12, 2018). "Feli Nuna – Love Me Now ft. StoneBwoy (Prod. by Mog Beatz)".
  15. ^ "Knii Lante – You ft. Feli Nuna (Prod. by Genius Selection)". July 11, 2017.
  16. ^ "Feli Nuna – I Like Am (Official Video)" – via YouTube.
  17. ^ "Feli Nuna – Lose Control [One Dread Riddim] (Official Video)" – via YouTube.
  18. ^ "FELI NUNA – AFRO MAGIC (OFFICIAL VIDEO)" – via YouTube.
  20. ^ "Feli Nuna – Dream (Official Music Video)" – via YouTube.
  21. ^ "Feli Nuna- Me & You ft. Rcee (Official Video)" – via YouTube.
  22. ^ "Feli Nuna – Edzoleme ft. Edem & FlowKing Stone (Official Video)" – via YouTube.
  23. ^ "FELI NUNA – Love Me Now ft. StoneBwoy (OFFICIAL VIDEO)" – via YouTube.
  24. ^ "FELI NUNA – AZAA (OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO)" – via YouTube.