Delia Matache Net Worth


Delia Matache’s net worth is estimated at $1 Million – $5 Million.
Delia Matache was born on 7 February, 1982 in Bădeni, Romania, is a Romanian singer. Find out about the life of this billionaire, including Delia Matache’s net worth, age, family, dating life, salary, and assets.

Popular As Delia Matache
Occupation N/A
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 7 February 1982
Birthday 7 February
Birthplace Bădeni, Romania
Nationality Romania

What is Delia Matache’s net worth?

Delia Matache’s net worth has been growing in 2020-2021.Delia Matache is 39 years old and has a net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.

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In 2019 “Acadelia” is launched with a big show inspired by the big artists in USA with her style shifting slightly to pop rock and trap.


In October 2017, Delia released the experimental song “Verde împărat” through Cat Music to universal acclaim from music critics, who though that it expanded her artistry. In the trap-inspired “Acadele” (2018), Delia references the controversy around the LGBT community in Romania and alludes to the 2018 Romanian constitutional referendum regarding the constitutional definition of a family.


In 2016 the fourth album is released titled “Deliria”.

Since 2016 she is a judge of the comedy TV show iUmor on Antena 1.


In 2015 the third album was released titled “Pe Aripi de Vânt” / “On the wind’s wings” . Delia, continued to reinvent her style, and enter in the popcorn-dance music, on the radio frequencies with “Dale”, “Omadeo”,”Wuella Wuella” or “Africana”


—Delia, about N&D era and her passion for music

—Delia talking about the charity action for A.P.A.A and people with psoriasis

—Delia talking about the inspiration of her music


Delia music career started when she was in 11th grade on the duo-band called N&D together with Nick (Marius Nicolae) – basically, a duet; the name of the band they formed in 1999 came from the first letter of their names (Nick & Delia). They have launched 3 albums together (from 1999 to 2002), Altfel (“Different”), Fac ce vreau (“I do what I want”) and Nu e vina mea (“It’s not my fault”), out of which more than a few songs were smash-hit’s “hit-machines” and dominated the charts over the years, including the famous song “Vino la mine” (“Come to me”), that it’s still in the vogue today, in every Romanian club. The last CD that Delia released came in 2002, by the name of Nu vreau să te pierd (“I don’t wanna lose you”) and it has a memorable video with the lift and the underground parking lot.


An important impact in Delia’s career was the proposal from Antena 1, to become a coach in the contest show X Factor. On 20 June 2012, it was announced that Matache was to be one of three judges of the contest The winner was from Cheloo’s team, Tudor Turcu, but Delia’s competitors also reached the final.


In September 2009, Delia achieved 10 points, at Golden Stag Festival for the song “I Will Survive”; a strong voice, style, attitude, these were the ingredients for a night to remember. She also create a stir at Romanian Music Awards 2010, where, along with Christian D, drove men’s minds up the wall.


In 2008, she was in a Romanian dance competition, “Dansez pentru tine” (the Romanian version of Dancing With the Stars), with her partner, Ionuț Pavel, and they fought for a dream: the little Raul, a boy without a hand, who needed a prosthesis. They got to the duel fivefold, and then left the competition.


In 2007, she released the second album “Listen Up!” Also on this album, includes the lead single “Sufletul meu” / “My soul”, and “Secretul Mariei” / “Secret of Mary”, from the Romanian soundtrack Secretul Mariei.. For the track listing she worked with Marius Moga, Smiley, Connect-R, Leonard. Matteo, Michael Pow, Cristi Enache, DJ Star & the artists from HI-Q, Gabi Huiban, Miss J, Solo & Umberto Tomassi aka Costi. At the public album launch, Delia played with the band. A different song released by the celebrity was “Ziua ta” / “Your day”, with a music video made to measure. The atmosphere was maintained by Connect-R – another local singer and good friend of the artist. The special moment was Delia offering her guests an impromptu duet on the spot with her mother, singer Gina Matache. On this occasion Delia has officially announced her intention to start a working with her mother, for an album in the fall.


2003 was the year of change for many Romanian artists. The wave of crazy success hit everyone and Delia’s solo career was to be expected and came with a change of style and image that was well received by fans. From the glittery underwear to the sexy, independent and controversial woman through personal life that has often been exposed in tabloid,. Her first single was outstanding -“Ce vor de la mine” / “What they want from me”, but the big hit was “Parfum de fericire” / “Perfume of Happiness”. Every artist who chooses a solo career lose a part of his fans, so, it is not easy to get back to the same popularity point. But Delia acquire millions of admirers when she approached a sexy attitude kept by her till today, and this style fit her like a glove.


Delia Matache (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈdeli.a maˈtake] , born 7 February 1982), known by the stage name of Delia, is a Romanian singer-songwriter, dancer and philanthropist. She started her career in 1999 as a member of the house and Eurodance musical duo N&D with Nicolae Marin, and had released four albums. The duo split in 2003, and Matache began her solo career, releasing six studio albums.

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