Quayba

Bio

Quayba is an Afro-soul singer from Ghana.

Since launching her solo career, the singer has shared stages with accomplished names like Sena Dagadu, King Promise, Berima Amo, Worlasi and Irene Logan.

In 2018, Quayba released her debut music project, a six-track EP titled Nkuro: GH to the World. The collection is a tribute to her childhood and blends Ghanaian pop with a plethora of influences, including highlife, Afropop, funk and jazz.

In August 2020, Quayba released 'Wonder Woman', a live recorded single celebrating the legacy of womanhood.

Music

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Already (Beyonce & Shatta Wale Cover)
03:06
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Wonder Woman
04:37
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Ebadoo
04:00
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Chale Wote
04:05
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Qumomi
04:19
SoundCloud
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G.O.D. (Good Ole Days)
04:24
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Streetlife
03:53
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Ajeeii (Light One)
03:54
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Fama Nyame
03:35
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G.O.D. (Good Ole Days)
04:24
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Chale Wote (feat. Temple)(Prod. by NLMGNM)
04:03
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Videos

Quayba - Fama Nyame
Quayba - G.O.D.(Good Ole Days)
Quayba - Chalewote
Quayba On The Mic (Acoustic Session)
Quayba - Qumomi (Visual EP)
Quayba - Already (Beyonce & Shatta Wale Cover)
Quayba Sings Sweet Love
Quayba - Wonder Woman (Live Recording)
Quayba - Streetlife - Nkuro EP (Audio)
Quayba - Fama Nyame - Nkuro EP (Audio)
Quayba - Saturday Live on CitiTV
Quayba - Ajeeiii - Nkuro EP (Audio)
Quayba - Qumomi - Nkuro EP (Audio)
Quayba - G.O.D. Nkuro EP (Audio)
Quayba - Ebadoo - Nkuro EP (Audio)
Quayba - Chalewote - Nkuro EP (Audio)
The Soul Of Music - Quayba, Afrosoul Powerhouse talks about her maiden EP "Nkuro: GH To The World"
1 October 2018
Q. On The Field
GHAccra, Ghana
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2018
Profile added by Gabriel Myers Hansen on 11 Nov 2020
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