Rita Atiah Ayamga, a contemporary female singer and songwriter from the Upper East region of Ghana, has chosen a release date for her debut album christened ‘Ba Iti La Yoo’ which can be translated into English as ‘All Their Conspiracies Will Go Vain’.
The event is scheduled for March 26, 2023, at the Adoctor Bar behind the sports stadium in Bolgatanga, the capital of the Upper East region.
According to the singer, the body of work, which is also her first album, consists of seven songs, the majority of which are written in the Gospel music genre which she is plying her trade in.
The occasion highlights first class conventional artistes across the area who will be accessible to entertain patrons and fans with their innovative and exciting performances. Additionally, the electrifying performances of secular artistes like Ras Warmz and Reigning Upper East Artiste Pandy Bobby have been guaranteed.
Firdaus Iddrisu, better known as Shatta Bandle, a popular Ghanaian diminutive celebrity, has also been booked to attend the event with his entire entourage as Rita Atiah Ayamga presents her delectable soul food for our consumption.