Winnie Ama, a Northern Irish-Ghanaian artist, is part of a new breed of electronic artists who blend conscious lyrics, soulful alternative R&B vocals, and dance, house, and pop rhythms.
The writing style of Winnie Ama is influenced by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, and Amy Winehouse. As a child, she switched from writing poetry to writing music. She then pursued jazz vocal training before making her commercial music debut in 2019.
Winnie Ama is releasing her uplifting new single ‘Don’t Worry’ at the end of September, following a summer of bringing neo-soul, jazz, and electro-pop to UK and Ireland festivals such as Electric Picnic, Latitude (where she headlined the BBC Introducing Stage), and Wireless.
This breezy track serves as the introduction to Winnie’s upcoming debut EP. ‘Don’t Worry’ is a celebration of living in the moment that follows her adventure of falling in love and the beauty of hindsight, written with a strong will to touch lives in terms of positivity through her music.
In comparison to her previous releases, the song is a natural progression in Winnie’s artistic journey, reflecting her eagerness for growth and exploration. Winnie’s music is quickly becoming the go-to remedy for heart and soul aches, with “Don’t Worry” cementing itself as a top-shelf bottle due to her aspirational outlook on life.
Winnie describes the song as “about following your dreams, living in the moment, and embracing every part of the joy in front of you without reservation.”
Listen to Winnie Ama’s brand-new single “Don’t Worry” below.