Only Ghanaians living abroad supported my music career – Wiyaala


Wiyaala, a famous Ghanaian singer says  when she started singing, Ghanaians in Ghana did not like her but she found big support from Ghanaians living in other countries.

According to her, people in Ghana didn’t really like her music and some even said mean things about her looks.

But, she found a lot of love and support from Ghanaians who live outside the country. They quickly became her biggest fans and helped spread her music around the world.

Even though some people suggested she should work with famous singers in Ghana to get more popular, Wiyaala decided not to. She believed in staying true to her own style, even if it meant not being as popular in Ghana at first. Instead, she focused on the people who loved her music no matter where they were from.

Wiyaala, which means “the doer” in her local Sissala language, is a lively singer from Funsi in Ghana’s Upper West Region. Since she was young, Wiyaala has always been outgoing and full of energy. She’s won awards and is loved by many people across Africa since she started singing professionally.

Wiyaala sings songs that make people want to dance and feel happy. Her music mixes both modern and traditional African styles. It’s like a mix of old and new sounds that everyone enjoys.

Her songs are inspired by traditional music from West Africa and also by modern Afro-Pop. People sometimes compare her to famous African singers like Mariam Makeeba, Brenda Fassie, and Angelique Kidjo.

Adwoa Serwaa Danso
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