Meet Myra Kay, the sensational songstress making Ghana proud in USA.
Ms Myra Kyeremeh’ being her official birth name is popularly known as ‘Myra Kay’ in the music circles and amongst peers as her Stage and Artistic name was born in Atlanta, the USA to Mr and Ms Kyeremeh about 22 years ago Myra Kay moved back to Ghana at the age of five years where she continued her education at the nursery and primary level until she was thirteen years old when she was moved back to the United States, Atlanta Georgia to stay with the rest of the family.
In Georgia, she completed her high school education and currently pursuing multiple degree programmes in the states.
After realising her God-given talent she made an effort to develop her vocal and writing capabilities over the years, now a solid promising up and coming female musician with a wealth of exciting musical and acting talents with lots of energy.
Myra Kay’s dream; she said ‘is to be able to influence and help people from all walks of life across the world with her music and message’. She further went on to disclose her intentions and ultimate hope to become ‘one of the biggest female musicians in Ghana and across the globe’. Myra also hinted during the interview that she will love to collaborate with the like of Efya, Raquel, Becca whom she listened to when growing up; she went on to expand the list to include Mr.Eazi , Koredo Bello, Nanso Amandine, Tiwa Savage, Wiz Kid, Davido and many many more renowned musicians across Ghana and Africa.
With a strong conviction, she said ‘Music has always been my number one passion and I put that passion and energy into every song each and every time I write music. My mother has been my biggest inspiration of all time, growing up she exposed me to many songs and artist alike due to her personal love for music, she will ask me severally to sing for her when I was a little girl, Myra Kay lamented.
She intends to use her music to educate and touch the lives of her small but growing following in Ghana and across the world, but most importantly she wants to spread African music to the whole world.