Wendy Shay
Birth nameWendy Addo
Born (1996-02-20) 20 February 1996 (age 24)
Accra, Greater Accra Region
OriginGhana
GenresAfropop, Afrobeats
Occupation(s)Singer / songwriter & Actress
Years active2018–present
LabelsRuffTown Records
Associated acts

Wendy Addo (born 20 February 1996),[1] known by the stage name Wendy Shay, is a Ghanaian Afropop and Afrobeats singer.[2][3][4].

Early childhood

Wendy Shay was born to Mr & Mrs Addo on 20 February 1996 in Accra, a suburb of the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.[5] After the death of her father, she relocated to Stuttgart,Germany with her three siblings. Wendy's passion for music developed shortly after losing her father at the age of 4 years old.

She attended Morning Star School and St. Martins De Porres[5][6] in Accra before relocating to Stuttgart where she continued her education from grade 7 (JHS 1).[7] She also attended a music school in Bernhausen in Germany.

Career

Wendy Shay is a trained Nurse by profession, worked as a Midwife in the clinical field. She was practicing midwifery until she relocated to Ghana to pursue her music career.[citation needed]

She was introduced to music by Rufftown Records Manager Bullet and signed in January 2018[8] after the untimely death of label mate Ebony Reigns.[9][10] On 1 June 2018, Wendy Shay released her debut single "Uber Driver", produced by MOG Beatz.[11] The song was released together with the official video the same day.[12][13][14]

Wendy Shay was recently enstooled as the Ahenemba Hemaa of Gomoa Afransi[15] in the Central Region (Ghana) with the stool name Queen Ewurabena Ofosuhemaa Shay 1.[16]

Brand Ambassador

Wendy Shay is the brand ambassador for the Youth Employment Agency (YEA) in Ghana.[17]

Performance

Wendy Shay has performed at several events including Miss Ghana 2018 Finals, RTP Awards Africa 2018, BF Suma Ghana Connect 18 concert.[18][19][20]

She also performed at Afronation Music Festival Ghana in December 2019.[21]

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Discography

Singles

Album

Awards and nominations

Year Event Prize Recipient Result Ref
2018 Ghana-Naija Showbiz Awards Best New Artiste of the Year Herself Won [37]
Ghana Music Awards SA New Artiste of the Year Herself Won [38]
MuseAfrica's "Bangerz of the Quarter" Awards Afrobeats Artiste of the Year Herself Nominated [39]
Afrobeats Song of the Quarter Uber Driver Nominated [39]
Introlude Song of the Quarter Uber Driver Nominated [40]
Eastern Music Awards Female Vocalist of the Year Herself Nominated [41]
Artist of the Year Herself Nominated [41]
Music Video of the Year Uber Driver Won [42]
2019 3 Music Awards Breakthrough Act of the Year Herself Won [43]
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Discovery of the Year Herself Won [44]
Ghana Music Awards UK New Artiste of the Year Herself Won [45]

References

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  8. ^ "Latest Wendy Shay songs in 2018". yen.com.gh. Retrieved 12 November 2018.
  9. ^ "Bullet explains why Wendy Shay, Ebony's songs are alike". myjoyonline.com. Retrieved 23 March 2019.
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  11. ^ "Music: Wendy Shay – Uber Driver (Prod. by MOG Beatz)". Retrieved 12 November 2018 – via YouTube.
  12. ^ "Wendy Shay – Uber Driver (Official Video)". Retrieved 12 November 2018 – via YouTube.
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  27. ^ "Wendy Shay – Masakra (Feat Ray James) (Prod by Danny Beatz)". GhXclusives.Com. 2 November 2018. Retrieved 23 March 2019.
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  43. ^ "Winners at 2019 edition of the 3Music Awards". myjoyonline.com. Retrieved 8 April 2019.
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46.Wendy Shay–Emergency(Feat. Bosom PYung) campusfilla.net. 2020-06-06 Retrieved

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