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I wasn’t paid for my feature on Daddy Lumba’s ‘Nana Y3 Winner’ – SHE

Vocalist Yvonne Ohene Djan, better known by her stage name “SHE,” from Ghana, has disclosed that she was not compensated for her work on the NPP song “Nana Y3 Winner.”


Daddy Lumba wrote the song, which was performed by SHE during Nana Akufo-Addo’s 2012 election campaign, and it had the catchy chorus “Nana Nana y3 winner.”

On March 1, 2024, she made this revelation on the AJ Sarpong show on 3FM Drive.

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She stated that she had to leave quickly to catch a plane to the US, but Lumba convinced her to stay and finish off the song.


“For the song, I never accepted payment. I was rushing, even that day. Lumba begged me to stay and help him finish one last song, but I had to leave for the States. Thus, I concurred, “said she.


Given that music is music regardless of the audience or listener, she claimed that writing a political song did not bother her.

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Like radio, you cannot claim that because you are a Christian or a Muslim, you will not listen to the radio. Radio is radio. I am a music lover as well. She said, “It was enjoyable.”


Gospel, reggae, hip-hop, high-life, and other genres of popular music in Ghana are among those for which SHE is well-known for providing the vocals.


She has collaborated with a variety of musicians, including Daddy Lumba, Ofori Amponsah, Kwabena Kwabena, Samini, and Becca.

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