I want to work with Shatta Wale, Reggie Rockstone, Bisa Kdei, DBlack & Others–Naomi Achu
Cameroonian-American-based rapper and songwriter Naomi Achu has announced that she will be working on her next record with some top-tier Ghanaian artists.
Noami Achu expressed her admiration for Ghanaian music and stated that she is looking forward to meeting and working with Reggie Rockstone, Bisa Kdei, DBlack, and other musicians on future music collaborations. “I love Ghanaian music, and I know lots of artists from Ghana,” she stated.
Noami Achu, popularly known as the “Queen of Bamenda,” made this known in an interview when she arrived in Ghana to embark on musical tours and philanthropic works across the country.
According to her, though African music is doing well on the international stage, she reiterated the need for African musicians to unite and maintain this momentum. That is one of the major reasons I am in Ghana to work with some artists.
“Queen of Bamenda “is known for her versatility and adaptability; which makes her a chosen face for many brands. As a songwriter, Naomi takes stories, conversations, and societal issues and pens them down.
She prefers to be unpredictable enough to surprise you, yet predictable enough to stand out. Her new album: African Pepper is a songwriter’s journey worldwide.
Noami Achu, who was once the automated voice for MTN Cameroon, has numerous albums and extended plays to her credit, including “No Boundaries,” “Positive Energy,” and “Long Live the Queen,” among many others.
In 2016, she won awards for Best Female Artiste in Inspirational Music at the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMMA) and the 2016 Next Generation Award for Best Female Artiste.