'EW&F's Verdine White has a grown granddaughter who stuns in sheer floral dress with high slit

Monica Otayza
Jun 28, 2018
09:54 A.M.
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Earth Wind and Fire's bass player Verdine White greets his lovely granddaughter Naila a happy birthday. In the photo posted by the proud grandfather, the beautiful lady donned a nude off-shoulder top and skirt ensemble, which featured a high slit that showed off her slim legs. 


It's not everyday that your granddaughter turns sixteen, and so Verdine White made sure not to miss the special milestone in Naila's life by posting a sweet birthday greeting on his Instagram. 

Describing her as intelligent, charismatic, and beautiful, Verdine had nothing but kind words to say about the lovely lady. 


"Happy Sweet Sixteen to Naila my babygrand!! Intelligent, Charismatic and Beautiful!! We love you dearly hope you have a wonderful day!!"

Just recently, White gave an interview to Glasgowist prior to the Glasgow festival season. In the interview, they spoke about his band, pivotal moments in their careers, and what's next for Earth, Wind, and Fire. 

Verdine shared that when he first started the band with his brother Maurice, they had a clear goal of what they wanted to happen, and the kind of music they wanted to make. He shares that going on tour was something that really made a difference for the band, especially since it allowed more people to get to know them and their music. As for their breakthrough song, White says that releasing "Shining Star" was something that helped in the rise of their music careers as well. 


Just like any other band, the bassist shares that touring provides a type of special and hot energy that hypes up a crowd and lets them enjoy the music all the more. Despite the peak of their fame being years ago, Verdine says that it is nice to see young kids enjoying their music nowadays. 


"Well, the music, I know we’re the soundtrack of people’s lives. We love playing those songs. At our shows, it’s great, because we see a lot of kids out there. It’s a lot of young people, and they’re really enjoying themselves. That’s what we love. That’s what we love about it."

As for what is next for Earth, Wind and Fire, White says that as always, they take things one day at a time, and they'll announce what is next when they decide on something. However, he reassures fans all over the world that the band is always looking forward to the future, hoping to play their hit songs in different cities.