Northern-Irish Ghanaian music artist Winnie Ama has been hailed as a standout talent for three consecutive years. In 2024, both The Belfast Telegraph and The Irish Times recognized her as the 'One to Watch'. Her ascent began in 2022 when BBC Introducing ATL first labeled her as such after a series of captivating performances. The following year, she earned the prestigious RTE2FM 'Rising Artist' status and received one of three 'Rising Star' gold disks from Ditto.

Winnie's impactful journey continued in 2023 with a TEDxStormont talk by the multi-award-winning Belfast artist, showcasing her talents on international stages in the UK, Ireland, and the USA. Her performances caught the attention of icons like Macy Gray and Sister Sledge, who invited her to open their shows in Cork and Belfast. Notable stage appearances include headlining the BBC Introducing Stage at Latitude in 2022 and gracing the Glastonbury stage in 2023.

Her music is a fusion of conscious lyrics, soulful vocals, blending seamlessly with pop and dance rhythms. Hailing from Belfast she splits her time between her home city and London, Winnie Ama has garnered support from local and national radio, notably BBC Radio 1, where BBC Introducing's Gemma Bradley praised her unique voice and fresh writing style.