According to the song’s composer, it means “We are going.” Source: wordsofwisdom.uucg.org, INSTRUMENTAL: Different States (Prod. Wiyaala is also a member of the international female group Grrrl. Ti bom! Wiyaala Djimba is a Ghanaian Afro pop singer and song writer fast becoming an international icon. Atongo Zimba, Wiyaala & Big Gad Handout 2: Song - Woyaya Part of Faithful Journeys Hymn 1020 in Singing the Journey, supplement to Singing the Living Tradition, the Unitarian Universalist hymnbook. See more ideas about best song ever, youtube, kule. Off her 'Sissala Goddess' project, Young Lioness of Africa, Wiyaala, brings us hope in these difficult times as she covers 'Heaven Knows' by the legendary British Afrobeat band ,Osibisa. Wiyaala music. BBC News Africa - "They just want you to be Beyonce or a Rihanna - that light skin and the big hair.". Bom!. She has released two albums "Wiyaala" (2014) and "Sissala Goddess" (2108) with a third "Yaga Yaga" due in 2020. Take a listen. Bernard dropped Wiyaala’s version of Osibisa’s world hit Woyaya (We are Going) and I had goose bumps all over. We are going Heaven knows where we are going We know within. Wiyaala is also a member of the international female group Grrrl. Wiyaala, a world artist from Wa. See more ideas about music, positive mind, songs. Want to download a favourite? [15][16] She is also the Converse All Stars ambassador for Ghana since 2014. YOUTUBE CHANNEL: LearningKidsTube.Making child-friendly videos.CHILD SAFE / KID SAFE English Tongue Twister :I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish but if you wish the wish the witch wishes I won’t wish the wish you wish to wish By Kid or By Aryamann Tongue twisters are mouth exercise which helps to speak English fluently. In 2012, she travelled to the capital city Accra and won the Vodafone Icons Reality Show. CNN Africa “She’s the only woman in the world singing in Sissala – and she will mesmerize you” It was reissued in 2004 in a two-CD pack together with the self-titled album Osibisa by BGO Records. Video: Batakari Africa by King Ayisoba feat. She sings in her native Sissala & Waale dialects plus … According to the song’s composer, it means “We are going.”. The Unitarian Universalist Association website offers this background information about our hymn: Written by Ghanaian drummer Sol Amarifio, Woyaya is the title song of a 1971 album by Oisibisa, a musical group of Ghanaian and Caribbean musicians. Activity time: 5 minutes. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Off her ‘Sissala Goddess’ project, Young Lioness of Africa, Wiyaala, brings us hope in these difficult times as she covers ‘Heaven Knows’ by the legendary British Afrobeat band ,Osibisa. The pair performed “Woyaya”, one of the many evergreen songs penned by the Osibisa band. 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Video: Batakari Africa by King Ayisoba feat. Bom Bom! Album title. Woyaya was composed by seven musicians from the band Osibisa. The song was frequently heard in work camps throughout central West Africa in the 1970s and 1980s. In 2014 Wiyaala was the first Ghanaian artist to chart on Billboard since Osibisa in the 1970's with her 2014 FIFA World Cup Song "Go Go Black Stars". STREAM 'Sissala Goddess' here: CLICK HERE "Woyaya" is the title song of a 1971 album by the legendary Ghanaian band "Osibisa". Wiyaala, who designs and sews her unique stage costumes, is well known for promoting her African village roots, where she frequently holds festivals and events encouraging the local children to develop their creativity and sense of self-worth. Woyaya is the second album by Ghanaian Afro-rock band Osibisa released in 1971 by MCA. “Woyaya,” like many other African scat syllables, can have many meanings. Their performance was so emotional that some of the audience were moved to tears. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com, or enable JavaScript if it is disabled in your browser. Explore releases from Wiyaala at Discogs. Jun 13, 2018 - Explore Frederick Reed's board "OSIBISA" on Pinterest. We show video direct from YOUTUBE.COM, don't store any video in our server. Wiyaala, which means “the doer” in her local Sissala dialect, is an independent musician entertainer from Funsi in the Upper West Region of Ghana. The second of four sisters and thanks to her musical mother, Wiyaala was spared the horrors of FGM and child marriage whilst attracting attention as a child entertainer, dancer, artist and footballer despite growing up in a patriarchal society often hostile to artistic growth. Damn, the song was something else! The original line-up consisted of Teddy Osei, Mac Tontoh, and Sol Amarfio (all three from Ghana), plus Loughty Lassisi Amao from Nigeria, Robert Bailey from Trinidad, Spartacus R from Grenada, and Wendell Richardson from Antigua. Wiyaala Woyaya We Are Going Osibisa Inspirational Hit Song (Subtitulado en español) - YouTube. Materials for Activity. By Kiddie Beatz), © Copyright : Beatz Nation 2016 - All Rights Reserved, “Woyaya” is the title song of a 1971 album by the legendary Ghanaian band “Osibisa”. In 2014 Wiyaala was the first Ghanaian artist to chart on Billboard since Osibisa in the 1970's with her 2014 FIFA World Cup Song "Go Go Black Stars". The song […] She has released two albums "Wiyaala" (2014) and "Sissala Goddess" (2108) with a third "Yaga Yaga" due in 2020. Fiercely self-reliant and proud, Wiyaala is also known as the "Young Lioness of Africa". Osibisa - The Coffee Song (1976) Osibisa perform "The Coffee Song" on UK television (1976) Ghana's Highlife Music Collection : Ghanaian music album sleeves. We are going Heaven knows where we are going We know within. Noella Wiyaala (known under the stage name Wiyaala) was born on December 22, 1986, and she is Ghanaian Afro-pop singer-songwriter who sings in her native language Sissala and Waala dialects and English, often combining all three languages within her songs. Radio Wiyaala. Since being discovered by Rita Ray of BBC’s Global Beats in 2014, Wiyaala has emerged as one of Ghana’s leading personalties and international touring artists representing Ghana Africa at prestigious events, media and festivals all over the world, including the Commonwealth Games 2018 in Australia, The African Union in Addis Ababa, WOMAD UK, Green Man, Kendal Calling, Shambala and the Timitar Festival in Morocco. STREAM ‘Sissala Goddess’ here: CLICK HERE, “Woyaya” is the title song of a 1971 album by the legendary Ghanaian band “Osibisa”. Copies of Singing the Journey, supplement to the Unitarian Universalist hymnbook, Singing the Living Tradition, or copies of Handout 2, "Woyaya"; Optional: Copies of Handout 3, "Come and Go with Me" (alternate song); Preparation for Activity. The song was frequently heard in work camps throughout central West Africa in the 1970s and 1980s. Atongo Zimba, Wiyaala & Big Gad Ti bom! Wiyaala did justice to that song; from her voice to the instrumentals that made the “bom! Rearranged by Mensah Essilfie(Gme) OSIBISA - Woyaya (live in Greece 1995) How We Are Going to the Moon - 4K. “Woyaya,” like many other African scat syllables, can have many meanings. Wiyaala is a brand ambassador for PepsiCo in West Africa, alongside Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage, promoting Pepsi throughout Ghana as the brand looks to grab a larger share of the soft drinks market. Since being discovered by Rita Ray of. !” I quickly searched and downloaded it from YouTube. Wiyaala - Woyaya (We Are Going) - Osibisa's Inspirational Hit Song - YouTube Osibisa – Music For Gong Gong - 1971 Osibisa, criss-cross rhythms that explode with happiness. PRESS. Stream Wiyaala songs, Live performances and interviews. Oct 11, 2020 - Explore Positive Mind Counseling and C's board "Positive Mind Music" on Pinterest. Financial Times - Wiyaala: the Afropop star defying Ghanaian norms. [17] Activism. Take a listen. We will get there Heaven knows how we will get there ... Wiyaala - Woyaya (We Are Going) - Osibisa's Inspirational Hit Song \"HEAVEN KNOWS\" - BY OSIBISA. The Next Gig-Wiyaala probably gives the best performance at Welcome to the Village. The concert is expected to be Wiyaala’s final performance before returning to Ghana after a highly successful tour in Europe with many highlights including the critically acclaimed collaboration with GRRRL, the all-female supergroup formed by In Place of War … Wiyaala's music references West African Folk traditions with contemporary Afro-Pop, sometimes evoking comparisons with African divas Mariam Makeeba, Brenda Fassie, Angelique Kidjo and elements  of Grace Jones in her sense of style and attitude. Wiyaala’s ‘Make Me Dance‘, Video: WiyaalaVEVO, Dec 19, 2013, Youtube Wiyaala’s 2017 song, ‘Better Treat Me Right’, was flawless…her assertive You Better Treat Me Right is for a potential ghoster in a relationship or a non-conformer who has low value as a man, a … Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Wiyaala at the Discogs Marketplace. Woyaya, woyaya, woyaya, woyaya.