West Africa Musical Sensation, Will Release “Make Me Dance Remixes” On December 9th.
GHANA, WEST AFRICA – Wiyaala has unleashed a feisty new follow-up to her latest single, “Make Me Dance”. This new release, the Make Me Dance Remixes EP, features five tracks in nu-disco, disco house, breakbeat, drum & bass and trance genres. Wiyaala’s debut international single was released last month, with critics saying that, “Once again Noella Wiyaala is setting the pace for the Ghanaian music industry”. Africa on the Blog has stated, “’Make Me Dance’; it is beautiful, the song gives me goose bumps”.
The Make Me Dance Remix EP was mastered in the renowned, La Source Mastering Studio in Paris. The remixes cover the whole range of EDM genres. Marej Deluxe and Juan Pacifico showcase the best of disco house, with Lada Sax joining Marej Deluxe’s remix performing live saxophone. L3x and Pio Beat bring a totally different dancefloor vibe with their drum and bass and breakbeat remixes. Merse closes the EP with yet another flavour, an atmospheric trance version of the single.
The Make Me Dance Remixes EP will be released worldwide through Djimba World Records on December ninth. For further information contact Domenick Nati at [email protected]
About Wiyaala Wiyaala, “The Young Lioness of Africa,” is an Afro-Pop singer/songwriter, artist, actress, and an ambassador of African culture from Funsi, Upper West Ghana. Noella Wiyaala (full name) infuses the giant pop sounds of David Foster with the modern funk and flair of Janelle Monae. Won two Golden Moments awards in 2011 and later became a winner of Vodafone Icons Mixed Edition. Wiyaala is also known for standing up for women’s rights, having a very distinctive androgynous image herself.