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NanaYaa to release debut album titled ‘Manye 1’

NanaYaa ‘My hunny’ hitmaker is set to release her debut album titled, ‘Manye 1’ on the 20th of December 2018.

The 13-track album features artists such as Edem, Flowking Stone, Shaker, Zeal of VVIP and dancehall act Epixode. It also has productions from Wei ye Oteng, Genius Selection, Citruss Beatz, Apya on the Beatz, Ivan on the Beatz and KSJ (Kwame Everett).

The album is considered to be a reflection of NanaYaa’s versatility and vocal dexterity. There is a song for every type of music lover on the ‘Manye 1’ album. It started off as an EP, then later on upgraded into a mixtape and was finally birthed out as a solid 13-track album.

In explaining her choice for naming her debut album ‘Manye 1’, she revealed saying, “Call it a re-birth or re-introduction of myself.

The title was heavily inspired by the fans especially my new ones; they have received me so well such that now everywhere I go all I hear is ‘Manye 1’.

“Also ‘Manye’ means ‘a queen’ and since everyone calls me the queen of vocals, why not affirm the validation my fans and the world has already bestowed on me by making it official”.

In clearing the air on a story circulating in the media as to why Kojo Antwi and her dad, Pat Thomas, were not featured on her maiden album, NanaYaa stated that hopefully in 2019 and beyond, they would be included in her subsequent albums.

It would also feature other top shots in the Neo-Soul, Hi-life and Afropop genres but her ‘Manye 1’ debut album was solely put together for the fans and for commercial purposes.

“Manye 1” by NanaYaa will be available on all music outlets this Thursday December 20th but fans can get an exclusive first time listening on and Boomplay.

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Emmanuel Ghansah, Ghana Music

Singer, Songwriter, scriptwriter, blogger, lover of the creative arts, brands and communications expert.

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