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    Wiyaala writes a song for Christmas

    by Ghana Music.com
    posted Wednesday, 10 December 2014 00:40| 0 Comments

    About a year ago, I wrote a song one afternoon when I was feeling very emotional about someone who had helped me. I called the song “Angel”.

    A few months later, because of the style of the song, it was sent to a famous Grammy Award winning producer in Hollywood. I won’t mention any names, but it was someone who has worked with many well known international artists.

    This is what he said about it: “I enjoyed how the groove felt on “Angel”, but here's my reaction. It sounds like a song David Foster might demo in 90's, but then put aside because the chorus doesn't quite deliver all the way.”

    Well, I wasn’t discouraged! And because the song was important to me, I recorded “Angel” and included it on my new album “Wiyaala”. I hope you will find the chorus more uplifting than the producer

    did!

    I’m now releasing Angel as a single in Ghana, because it is the time of year when we say thank you to God for the gift of love he gave us at Christmas. But, I also dedicate the song to all people on earth, whatever religion, who look to their God or a mentor for love, guidance and support.




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