Music Came To Me Naturally- Nana Yaa

Songstress Nana Yaa who has backed the Maestro Kojo Antwi on most of his songs, Minister Sonnie Badu and great bands like Osibisa and Western Diamonds is out with her long anticipated debut single E Go Be and she is ready to take on Ghana and the world.

In an interview with Melvina Frimpong Manso host of Showbiz 971 on Suncity Rdio97.1 MHz, Nana Yaa talks about music and how she got into mainstream music. According to the silky voice singer, she started doing music at a very young age. ‘Music comes to me naturally, music is in my family so getting into music wasn’t difficult.’

‘I knew when I grow I would do music, I just followed my heart and my instincts. Though music comes to me naturally, I still train my voice, I do vocal exercises, I still practice I do everything I have to do to maintain the richness of my voice. I do not abuse my voice.’

E Go Be is translated in Twi as ‘3b3y3 yie’ and every one relates with the term. Nana Yaa says ‘everyone uses the term E Go Be a lot. In Ghana, when we go through challenges and difficulties, what people close to us say is E Go Be, and I was writing a song that would lift people’s spirit up and E Go Be just came to me.

E Go Be the music masterpiece is sung in Pidgin, English and Ga, and projects the powerful voice that she’s always been known for. Although E Go Be is an acoustic song, the lyrics are comforting and will certainly serve as a peaceful relief for anyone going through a difficult time.

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