Sharing My Love Of Ghana’s Traditional Culture


I was born in the UK to parents who came here from Ghana, West Africa. I discovered the culture of Ghana and the Akan tribe when I was taken there as a child with my parents. So there I was this UK girl surrounded by a completely new world. I remember one day at school […]

The Queen Of Soul

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Just sharing a favourite pic of the Queen of Soul.  So many Aretha songs going round and round my mind. Another song I used to play over and over, and love very much was Sweet Sweet Baby Soul has been my number 1 love since I can remember, closely followed by influences from Ghana when […]

Aretha My Soul Inspiration

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My home today is a soul, blues, jazz, dance celebration of the queen of soul. I’m shell-shocked. My solution is to play her music non-stop in celebration of the gift she gave. Her music has been the backdrop and soundtrack to my life since I can remember. When I moved to Ghana as a small […]

Thank You For A Brilliant Night!

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What a night! I just wanted to say a big thank you from the heart to everyone who braved the insane heat we have in London at the moment, and came down to the Green Note to hear me and my musicians perform. I tried some new arrangements to my songs from the Adjoa EP […]

See you at the Green Note tomorrow July 20!

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Many thanks to the lovely Ghanaian lady who listened to my free track and said “Reminded me of if Morcheeba or Laura Mvula went to Ghana how their sounds might have ended up!” Join me for my live show, with soul fused with chants in Twi, and vibrant Ghanaian percussion. It’s tomorrow Friday 20th at […]

UK/Ghana Soul Celebration Friday July 20th

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Hi there! I am so looking forward to returning for a second time to perform at the wonderful Green Note in Camden on Friday July 20th. I’ll be singing songs from my ‘Adjoa’ and ‘Adinkra’ EPs as played on stations in the UK and the USA, fusing ‘beautiful soul music’ with vibrant traditional Ghanaian percussion, […]

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