BBC News Africa - "They just want you to be Beyonce or a Rihanna - that light skin and the big hair."
Financial Times - Wiyaala: the Afropop star defying Ghanaian norms
The Next Gig - Wiyaala probably gives the best performance at Welcome to the Village
CNN Africa “She’s the only woman in the world singing in Sissala – and she will mesmerize you”
World Listening Post - Album Review: Wiyaala offers proof that mixing tradition and provocation is good for music and for civilization—even a civilization the size of a village
BBC News Wiyaala is a feisty young woman from northern Ghana, bursting with attitude and drive”
Nigel Wood – Irish Times “Feisty is not the word – she is a powerhouse in the mode of a young Angelique Kidjo, effervescent and funny, she rocked the crowd (Womad UK) and got a great reception. One to watch.”
Dandano - Album Review: Wiyaala Asserts Heritage on Sissala Goddess
BBC Radio London Wiyaala, The Ghanaian signer Wiyaala tells Jumoké how her career took off.
Entertainment News Ghana - NO CHALLENGER! Wiyaala Is Ghana’s Best Live Performer
The Culture Trip - Meet Wiyaala, Pioneer of Ghana's New Afro Pop
Joy News Ghana - Wiyaala wins Artiste of the Year at Ghana Arts and Culture Awards
BBC The Cultural Frontline Ghanaian singer Wiyaala has gone from TV talent show contestant to multi-award winning Afro-pop star. She's using her voice to raise awareness of child marriage and women's rights.
The Guardian UK Africa Centre summer festival review - Wiyaala "Afropop blast"
South China Morning Post - What Hongkongers can learn from Noella Wiyaala, the Ghanaian pop star redefining what it means to be beautiful in the age of #MeToo
Afropop Worldwide Album review: Wiyaala's own background reflects that global-while-specific balance
BBC Radio 4 In Tune Katherine Broderick, Christopher Stark, Wiyaala, Berlin Philharmonic Horn Quartet
BBC Focus On Africa - Ghanaian singer Wiyaala at Womad