Written By Essilfua Boris-Hemans
In an unexpected turn of events, Ghanaian music sensation, Wiyaala, has taken a bold stand against the promotional material for the highly anticipated New Year concert at the Royal Cosy Hills Safari Resort. Scheduled to take place on January 1st, 2024, the concert boasts an impressive lineup featuring industry giants such as Samini, Kuami Eugene, Fancy Gadam, and Wiyaala herself.
However, Wiyaala has voiced her dissatisfaction with the promotional flyer, expressing her disappointment in a Facebook post on Tuesday, November 5, 2023. The songstress insisted that organizers showcase her image prominently, stating, "Honestly, I AM NOT happy with this poster circulating on social media. Place my image in the right position OR I AM OUT! I AM NOT A BACK UP ARTIST."
This demand has added a layer of complexity to the situation, as fellow Ghanaian dancehall artiste, Samini, who is also featured on the flyer, revealed that he was not consulted before the promotional material was released. In response, Samini pledged to investigate the matter and ensure that proper procedures are followed to give Wiyaala the recognition she deserves as an international artiste.
The news of Wiyaala's stance has sent ripples of anticipation among fans and industry insiders alike, eagerly awaiting the resolution of this matter. Will organizers heed Wiyaala's demands and give her the center stage recognition she desires? Only time will tell.
Stay tuned as we closely monitor this developing story and bring you the latest updates on Wiyaala's stand and the New Year concert at the Royal Cosy Hills Safari Resort.
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