The Grammy Award,or just Grammy is an award presented by the Recording Academy to recognize achievement in the music industry. The trophy depicts a gilded gramophone. The Grammys are the first of the Big Three networks' major music awards held annually. Today in my article, I bring to you potential Ghanaian artist who are destined to get to the door steps of the Grammy awards.
Establishing a brand is a major requirement of every musician/entertainer. And one of the ways these entertainers achieve this is by ditching their real names for aliases which they believe will resonate well with the general public. Some of these aliases have stories behind them whereas others were chosen for the purpose of ‘show business’.
Ghanaian born female amrtiste, Wiyaala originally known as Noella Wiyaala has been pictured or seen doing something very uncommon, that people who are within her category or the people within the celebrity world or status will never do.
The Upper West Region is one of the top 5 regions in the Northern sector of Ghana and it has produced notable personalities in this country even to the highest point of the Presidency. Unknown to many, some key celebrities in Ghana are from the Upper West Region. So, here are the top 5 Ghanaian celebs who hail from the Upper West Region. Don’t forget to like and comment after reading. Salma Mumin Salma Mumin was born in Wa, the capital of the Upper West Region of Ghana, where she spent her early years of life.
Noella Wiyaala is a Ghanaian Afropop singer-songwriter who sings in her native language Sissala,waala dialects and the English language.Often combining all three languages in her songs makes her unique. "The Young Lioness of Africa" as she loves to be called is managed by John Sherren. Yesterday on Ghanaweb TV's weekly entertainment review Bloggers' Forum hosted by Abrantepa,Mr. Arnold Asamoah Baidoo passed a comment which made Wiyaala express fury on social media. The entertainment analyst and Journalist, Arnold
Noella Wiyaala popularly known by her stage name as Wiyaala is Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native language Sissala and Waala dialects and English, often combining all three languages within her songs. Wiyaala means 'the doer' in the Sissala dialect. Her musicial career began she joined the local music scene in Wa which centred around Echo Soundz Recording Studios. She performed at local events and recorded as a usually unpaid session singer for artists in the Upper West Region. She was
Eloquent Songstress from Funsi in the Upper West Region, Noella Wiyaala managed by Djimba World Records has had her names slated on a memorable street in her hometown, Funsi located in Wa East District of Upper West Region.
Ghanaian On-screen personality who works for TV3, Berlynda Addardey, popularly known as Berla Mundi, has ‘blessed’ her followers on social media with a new video that has her flaunting her flawless raw beauty while riding bicyle in Tamale Berla Mundi has also revealed to Ghanaians that, she's a good rider as her latest post on Instagram really testifies. Berla Mundi is currently in the Northern part of Ghana working on her new project ' The Day Show'. Berla Mundi have been seen hanging out with Ghanaian
In this article, I bring to you five Ghanaian artistes who are doing so well in promoting the Ghanaian local dialects in the country and internationally by singing most of their songs in their native languages. Ayigbe Edem Denning Edem Hotor is a Ghanaian recording artiste, rapper and entertainer best known by his stage name Edem. Musician Edem is a pure Ewe from Dzogadze a suburb of Abor in the Volta region of Ghana. Ayigbe Edem has been promoting the Ghanaian local language particularly his native dialect,
Before you scroll down to read this article, kindly click the +follow button at the top right corner to get more updates. Thank you. Today marks the birthday of this famous Ghanaian celebrity and she celebrates her day in a grand style. To proceed, let's know more about this Ghanaian Celebrity. Noella Wiyaala (known under the stage name Wiyaala) was born on December 22, 1986, and she is Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native language Sissala and Waala dialects and English, often combining
Noella Wiyaala is a Ghanaian song writer and an Afro pop singer .she was born on 22nd December 1986 (33years ).she first appeared in the Ghana music industry and surprised the public with her hit song “rock my body “ which she featured a Ghanaian dancehall artist Jupitar which won her two solid awards during the first edition of 2014 African Music Awards the most promising artiste in Africa and the Revelation of the African continent. She is associated with the ministry of Children and social protection
We can't overlook the fact COVID - 19 still exists therefore all the COVID - 19 protocols must be followed respectively because the numbers keeps increasing on a daily. But if the precautionary measures are followed, it will do us a lot of good in society. For this noble reason, afropop singer and songwriter Noella Wiyaala has taking it upon herself to spearhead a “Clean Community Campaign - Hygiene For COVID - 19” with support from Ghana Health Service, Unilever, UK AID, just mention a few to help reduce
Noella Wiyaala known by her stage name Wiyaala is a 33-year-old singer, songwriter,designer, actress, model and an athlete.She has been in the news for some past weeks due to some petty issues which were later resolved.She started her music career in her early ages as her mum was a chorister. The award winning singer who hails from Wa in the Upper West Region has always tried her best to be natural as always.Some throwback photos of Wiyaala popped up online and most fans have been admiring her.The photos were
1.Samini (born on 22nd December 1981) Samini is a legendary Dancehall artist who shot into fame in the early 2000s with the song "Linda" and has transformed into a megastar right infront our eyes. His latest album "Untamed" put the country once again on the world stage due to his musical dynamism. 2.Jackie Appiah (born on 5th December 1983) Canadian born Ghanaian actress soared after her career began with her first movie Divine Love and Things we do for love skyrocketed her in the movie industry.With over 100
Noella Wiyaala is an afro-pop artist who rose to fame after competing in realities shows like Vodafone icon. Wiyaala style of music is unique. She has her own way of embending her creative and African culture into music. Noella Wiyaala music represent everything about Africa and the Africa woman. Even though she not so popular among Ghanaians she has had shows outside and pulled massive white crowd, example is her show in Netherlands. Wiyaala sings in her native language which is sissala and walaa, sometimes
Noella Wiyaala whose stage name is Wiyala born on December 22, 1986, and she is Ghanaian Afro Pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native language Sissala and Waala dialects and English, often combining all three languages within her songs. Wiyala means 'the doer' in the Sissala dialect has attained public renown with her single "Make Me Dance" and her androgynous image.After making her name in reality shows in Accra, she established a solo career in 2013 with the hit single "Rock My Body", which won
Wiyaala, one of Ghana's top musicians | Courtesy of the artist Ghana is home to a variety of music styles and fusions, with a diverse array of dazzling artists to discover. Here are some of the best Ghanaian musicians you need to know. Wiyaala Noella Wiyaala is a rarity: a reality show artist who has far eclipsed the platform she started on. Combining artistry and imagery, this bold, androgynous, chic singer records in multiple languages – including English and native dialects Sissala and Waale – and
Noella Wiyaala is a December 22nd 1986 born. She is a Ghanaian musician and songwriter born in Wa, Ghana. She does Afro-pop and sings mostly in her native language. She speaks Sissala and waala dialect and English language. She is very talented that, she is able to combine the three languages within her songs. She is an outspoken, energetic and full of life young woman. The way she has Africa at heart, and always potrays Africa from her hairstyle to her foot wear makes many love her and admire the excess energy
Wiyaala Love Newly Music artiste, Wiyaala Tune in to the Article Ghanaian Afro-pop artist lyricist, Noella Wiyaala has advised Ghanaian bloggers to remove her name from their mouths on their amusement shows in the event that they guarantee she isn't adequate as an artiste and has not had an effect in the Ghanaian music scene. She offered the expression while yelling about some 'disappointing' happenings in media outlets via web-based networking media on July 25, 2020. As indicated by Wiyaala, the "Lioness
Noella Wiyaala is a Ghanaian musician known worldwide for her Africanism and cultural heritage. She is one of the biggest international assets of the creative arts industry internationally, given that her music and focus is usually International. She hails from the Northern region of Ghana, and Sisaala by tribe. Her genre is afro-pop, and she writes her music herself too. She was born on 22nd December, 1986 to parents who are all Northerners in Ghana. She has been active since 2011 and continues to shine locally