Wiyaala - The Young Lioness of Africa releases this traditional/cultural visual depicting the life of a sexy beautiful woman living in a village in Ghana. The melodious harmony of this song coupled with the sexual nature of the song's message tackles the insecurities women face when faced with the very uncomfortable and dreaded African topic, SEX.
Wiyaala - The Young Lioness of Africa premiers her brand new video for her tribal-inspired song "Kandibanye (Had I Known)". Wiyaala dazzles in various attractive-colorful African attires surrounded by deep spiritual ornaments. Sang in her native tongue, Kandibanye (Had I Known) is a captivating song which further highlights Wiyaala's amazing voice and unique fashion-style. Watch Wiyaala's brand new video "Kandibanye (Had I Known)" directed, shot and edited by British filmmaker, Charlotte Appleton.
It's been an incredibly remarkable 2016 for Noella Wiyaala, Ghana's Goodwill Ambassador for Music Unites Africa. She's toured Europe and America, was nominated for the Most Influential Artist Category at the 2016 MTN 4Syte TV Music Video Awards and has seen her continental/international fan base increase exponentially thanks to her breathtaking music and persona. Wiyaala is the founder of the Djimba World Music Festival which aims to expose musical talents in the Northern regions of Ghana. Wiyaala is a young Pan-African leader and a role model for young girls in Ghana and across the beautiful continent of Africa.
Ghanaian rapper and Pan-African music artiste, M.Anifest releases "Nowhere Cool"; a Pan-African music album worthy of purchase on iTunes. The album features Nigerian Singer Brymo, South African artists Nomisupasta & Tumi Molekane and also sees the likes of Ghanaian music artistes, Worlasi, Cina, Dex, Paapa & Dark Surburb. Fused with diverse African sounds and hip hop culture, "Nowhere Cool" by Pan-African musician M.Anifest is a must-have musical project that needs to be on repeat. It's dope, it's fresh and it's Pan-African!
Noella Wiyaala, Ghanaian Goodwill Ambassador for Music Unites Africa releases this inspiring visual for her hit song Tuma (No Food For The Lazy Man). This tribal video passes on a message of positive hard work, the necessity of education and the dreams of young Ghanaian girls and boys. The video features performances by children of The Tender Care Proprietary School in Wa. Wiyaala is currently on her European tour where she is making positive headlines and creating a great image for modern Africa and it's Strong Girl.
From Ghana to the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Germany and now Denmark, Wiyaala's musical tour around Europe has been an amazing journey for this Tema born Pan-African music artiste. Her rise to continental and international stardom hasn't been easy, but it's been inspiring; most especially to young African girls and boys across the motherland. This multi-award winning musician has taken Ghanaian music global thanks to her musical ingenuity and prowess.