According to the diva, Nana Yaa, her greatest desire when growing up was to have a wonderful family and be a great musician
Nana Yaa, daughter of music icon, Pat Thomas, has announced she is the best female musician in Ghana. She added although the other top-rated female musicians have gained more recognition and achievements, none of them can compete with her as far as singing is concerned.
“I am not blowing my own horn but the records are there to show for it. Nana Yaa is one fantastic singer and everyone can attest to it. I have no competitor in this business", she said.
The mother-of-two has thrown a challenge that she is ready to take her rightful place on the throne with the release of her first album later this year. "I am not blowing my own horn but the records are there to show for it. Nana Yaa is one fantastic singer and everyone can attest to it. I have no competitor in this business".
Nana Yaa revealed, her failure to take advantage of her amazing voice to make it big as once predicted by industry watchers remains one of her biggest career disappointments.
“I have heard people say they are disappointed in me because I should have been big by now. Truth be told, I am more disappointed in myself than everyone else because I have delayed in making it big".
“This is not the first time I have stated that I am taking over but it is this year or never. I have waited for far too long and I promise my many fans that this year is my year",she said.
Nana Yaa added, her late former manager, Jonathan Opoku, popularly known as John K, wanted the best for her and instead of promoting her in Ghana was rather busy pushing her in the United Kingdom.
Nana Yaa Mensah who has collaborated with great musicians including Sonnie Badu, Osibisa, Rex Omar, Okyeame Kwame, Tagoe Sisters, Becca, among others. The songstress disclosed she will release five singles namely E Go Be, Lon Lon, Handkerchief, Kyere Me, and Nesirie very soon.