Voodoo Pussy: Meet Azizaa, the Ghanaian Artist Challenging Western Religion

We talk voodoo, Yoruba spirituality and Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' with Ghanaian singer Azizaa.

Ghanaian artist Azizaa first bewitched us with her unique brand of "Voodoo Music" last year when she dropped the song and video for her single "Black Magic Woman." The singer vehemently criticized Western religion and what she believes is its toxic hold on Ghanaians. Her delivery was clever and assertive, and she had the stylistic prowess to match.

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