Darey Art Alade recently visited his childhood home and recounted his childhood experiences.
Renowned Nigerian vocalist, Darey Art Alade, recently visited his old neighbourhood at Mende Village and visited his childhood home, as reported by Pulse.
The house Darey grew up in is no longer occupied by his family. The singer met the new owner of the house, and recounted the experience of seeing his childhood home after so many years.
Darey Art Alade shared his experience on Instagram yesterday (October 7).
Took a trip to my childhood home in Mende Village and met this guy @mr_rozay92 who now lives at our old house with his siblings. Cool chap, welcomed us into his home. It was fun. I’ll post the video tomorrow. But if we are being honest, it felt kind of weird seeing somebody else living there lol. A few things had changed…the external colour, location of water tank…gates and fence and of course where we had our TV was different from their own layout! Feels like someone just entered my head and deleted some files from my childhood’s memory folder lol. I won’t be able to think of the house in the same away again lol. Paid a visit to your childhood home recently? How did it feel? #Nostalgia #Memorylane #Naked #DareyNaked.
Darey also recounted how his dad ran a club at the basement of the house which had an Art gallery and also a restaurant. he recounted that the place was often visited by prominent veteran musicians like Fela Kuti, Oliver Jones, Zeal Onyia and Orlando Julius.