Ghanaian afro-pop musician Wendy Shay says she is the ‘Black Panther’ of the Ghanaian music industry.
The self-crowned ‘Queen of Ghana music’ is using Marvel Studios’ African superhero film ‘Black Panther’ to justify her reason for often donning black costumes.
Aside from her vocal dexterity and controversial brand, the RuffTown Records signee is well known for her love for black.
The ‘Uber Driver’ hitmaker posted a photo wearing a black dress on Wednesday, 8 July 2020, with the caption: “They say Wendy Shay is always in black. They don’t know I’m the Black Panther of Ghana music.”
Meanwhile, Rufftown Records, in partnership with Kri8 Concept, will stage a pay-per-view virtual concert with Wendy Shay as the headline act on July 31.
The ‘Wendy Shay Survival Concert’ will only be accessible to patrons at a cost of GHS5 per head.
Proceeds from the concert will be channelled into the Shay Foundation.
The Shay Foundation, established in 2019, is Wendy Shay’s humanitarian arm.
It seeks to help alleviate poverty and hungry among the less-privileged in society.