Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter, Noella Wiyaala, who is known for singing in in her native Sissala and Waale dialects and English especially has been featured on BBC.
Speaking on BBC, Wiyaala said she got inspired by Madonna and she had always wanted to sing like her.
She also stated that she is the lioness of Africa who always rahhh when she goes to the world.
She added that growing up people were always complaining about her physical appearance.
“At the age of six people use to ask my mum, is this a boy or a girl? so sometimes people say oh! You are very ugly try and wear skirt! Your muscles are too much! Eat more! Grow some buttocks! I didn’t care”. she said.