Indigenous Ghanaian songstress is among musicians invited to join the prestigious Recording Academy/Grammys
Ghanaian songstress Wiyaala is among over 27,000 music professionals who have joined the Grammys 2022 class.
Wiyaala has all the qualities and deserves this recognition. The musician who calls herself The Lioness hails from the Upper West Region of Ghana. She has been very consistent over the years in her craft as an Afro-pop singer and writer.
She has over the years composed songs in English and also in her mother tongue, Sissala and waala dialects.
Who qualifies to be invited?
To qualify, you must have that strong online presence both on social media and online streaming platforms. You must also have two recommendations from your peers, press and professional support system and 12 commercially distributed, verifiable credits in a single creative profession.
Has she qualified?
And yes, she has more than qualified. The Ghanaian songstress has achieved a lot. She’s won many awards for herself, always putting Ghana and Africa on the map. She has won several international awards including video of the year 2015 at all Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA and 4syte Music Video Awards. She’s among African musicians who play a lot of shows outside their country of origin, channeling good vibes and portraying the African culture. Congratulations to the African Lioness
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