Noella Wiyaala (meaning “the doer” in her native Sisaala language) was born on 22 December 1986 in Wa, Upper West Ghana. She is a Ghanaian Afro pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native Sissala and Waale dialects and English. She came to limelight with her single “Make Me Dance” and her androgynous image. While growing up, Noella played football as a midfielder and acquired a reputation for being a tom-boy.
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Kansec Secondary School
Kanton Secondary High in Tumu
Takoradi Polytechnic – art and design course
In 2009, Wiyaala recorded her first album titled “Tuma” (“Work”) in the Sissala language at Echo Soundz Studios in Wa.
2014 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) – Most Promising Artiste in Africa – Rock My Body
Sissala Prestige Awards – Female Personality of the Year
Radio Progress Upper West Music Awards – Music Ambassador for the Upper West
GH One TV ShowBiz Honours – Revelation of 2014
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards – Best Female Vocal Performance
2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards – Songwriter of The Year
Glitz Style Awards – Best Individual Style