Cindy Sesa; On My Path To Independence As An Artist

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Cindy Sesa has achieved more in her relatively short time as a performer in playing cameo roles in movies such “Somewhere In Africa (Hero Production), Turn Me On, (Roger Qartey), Reason To Kill.

Cindy has shared the same stage with industry greats such as multiple Award winning Songstress Becca. Cindy performed with Nana Borro during the peak of his debut hit singles “Aha ye de & Bebiaasoso” including features in the music video for both songs. Cindy also made an appearance in Akataekyie’s Obaa bia ye obaa music video. She shared the stage with Bolinga in an artful performance at Alliance Francoise Accra.

Her beauty and vivacious approach to life is only matched by her breathtaking talent. When listening to her vocals, you might get the feeling that you have discovered a delightful sonic recipe: Take a little bit of Brenda Fassie, mix in a blend of Miriam Makeba and Angélique Kidjo, add a dollop of Dobet Gnahoré and sprinkle with a dash of Fally Ipupa. And voila! You are close to recreating her distinctive voice.

Cindy has always been an entertainer. Growing up, she was exposed to the likes of Tina Turner, Bob Marley, Ron Kenoly, Monique Seka, Don Moen and Aicha Kone, Ernesto Djedje, Kojo Antwi, Amakye Dede, Cesaria Evora. Nina Simone,The Carpenters, Madonna, Oliver N’goma, Kassav. Her love for an eclectic range of artists bolstered Cindy’s interest in music and ignited her talents.


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She took an active interest in theatre, music and dance and spent her childhood honing her skills in all three arenas, all before she even finished high school. Cindy proceeded to work continuously on stage – as a triple threat. consequently shelving a career in banking.

Being an intrepid entrepreneur, She started her own music and fashion label and working together with her management to produced various short films and documentaries. she also worked in Production on local films/television commercials.

Having been seasoned with wisdom and enriched by years of live performance, Cindy has returned to independence. After trial and error working with the you know who’s, she is now working on her 14 track debut album “African Queen” which will be released independently. Although this is a more difficult route, the album will feature Top Musicians Freeman Ame, B-Wine, long John -Trumpeter, Owura-Guitarist, John, Jewel Ackah, Asem, Wiyaala, Paulette Broohm, CJ-Guitarist, Kwawkese, Gyedu Blay Ambolley and more…

A blend of Afro pop/Afro beats/World music this is Cindy Sesa at her best!