WINNIE AMA - Music Fridays @ Fervor Festival
  • London Fringe

''She gives off the impression of an artist in gracious control.'' Belfast Telegraph ''sultry delivery that keeps your attention but also allows the listener to just vibe'' YMX Hypnotic alternative RnB, Northern Irish-Ghanaian artist Winnie Ama is just getting started but already seems like an accomplished musician. Ones to watch 2022 number 31 - Belfast Live

As part of a new breed of electronic artists blending conscious lyrics, soulful alternative RnB vocals with dance, house and pop rhythms Winnie has a collection of forthcoming new singles in the pipeline. She also acts as lead data analyst for the Why Not Her? movement which campaigns for gender equality in the music industry and mentors other artists. In 2022 she has a series of singles followed by an EP, starting with electronic pop track Here I Go produced with Sim0n Le Saint on 25 Feb 2022 and a pop house collaborative track with two New York Producers Genpop and Pommy - Awe of You out soon.


This event is part of FERVOR FESTIVAL - bringing spoken word, cabaret, drag and music to Toulouse Lautrec Jazz Club this August !

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