Ghanaian singer and songwriter, Wiyaala have finally explained the secret behind her horn hairstyles she love doing during shows.
Wiyaala's originally and focused mind on African contents has made her incomparable with any artist in Ghana. When one talks about indigenous music, it's between Wiyaala, Sherifatu Gunu,Rocky Dawuni and Ras Kuuku who live up to expectation so far in Ghana
In an Facebook post, the Ghanaian international singer explained that the style is an inspiration from her ancestors. She said the horn hairstyles represents a helmet of the traditional warriors from the Northern part of Ghana and West Africa at large.
"Answer of the day!… this is what inspired my horns hairstyle…it’s from the helmet 🪖 of the traditional warrior from the northern part of Ghana west Africa #ROARRRRR" she wrote.
She further revealed that her own specifically, she took inspiration from the Builsa people of the Upper East region and her own people from the upper West region.
See photos of the hairstyles by some indigenous people as shown by Wiyaala in a Facebook post
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