Using a motorcycle to invade the stage, Wiyaala “takes over” Nigeria. Wiyaala, one of Ghana’s most popular musicians, has just performed on stage and gained the adoration of her followers.
On her social media profile, Wiyaala posted a video of her storming the page while riding a motorcycle.
Her followers were in awe when she entered the stage and praised her for consistently surpassing herself in terms of her craft.
Wiyaala, widely known as the Lioness of Africa, is renowned for her dynamic performances and strong vocal range.
She has been progressively earning popularity on the international stage for her combination of current and traditional African rhythms.
Wiyaala’s music has drawn notice for its memorable melodies and mesmerizing performances as well as for its deep sentiments that celebrate African identity and address societal challenges.
Sissala in Northern Ghana is the hometown of the talented singer and songwriter. Her name Wiyaala means “the doer” in her native tongue.
Her Afro pop songs are frequently sung in Sissala-Waala or English. Her skill has spread throughout Africa and the rest of the world.
Wiyaala’s music incorporates elements of both modern Afro-Pop and West African folk music, drawing comparisons to African music icons like Mariam Makeeba, Brenda Fassie, and Angelique Kidjo at times.