A rising female artist, Elizha, is making waves in the Afrobeats genre, which has seen a lot of dynamism over the years with numerous talented musicians producing mesmerising tunes.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, Elizha was born Michelle-Elizabeth Okyere to Ghanaian parents in Kumasi, Ghana, with roots from Tepa, Kwahu, and Berekum.
She participated in talent shows and numerous entertainment events during her middle school years and moved back to Ghana after completing her 8th-grade education in Chicago to complete her secondary and tertiary education at Yaa Asantewaa Girls Senior High and the University of Ghana, respectively, where she studied music.
Elizha, who has stunning, enchanting vocals and swirling synths, has been tipped to rise to global stardom given her unique musical talent.
"Doing music the African way is at the core of my goal as a musician, which is why I am poised to do unique sounds in Afrobeat and Afro-soul music," she said.
Elizha has released her debut single, "RoadTown," in May 2021, and many more hit singles, including "Lijeje" and "Police."
She is set to release her upcoming single, "Bad Love," on April 6, 2023, which she describes as a mixture of Afro-soul and Afrobeats accompanied by a melodic melody of African rhythm.
"This is one of my favourite songs, and I am hopeful that it will be a hit considering how well it has been curated," she said.