Erstwhile member of Praye, Choirmaster, has revealed that the group recorded a song for Nana Akuffo-Addo in 2012, but that it was never released because they did not receive payment.
Choirmaster said he recorded the song with Cartel Big J (formerly Praye Tiatia) for the NPP, to be used as a campaign tool for the party.
Big J recently gave an interview in which he revealed that the duo couldn’t release the song due to being on tour at the time, but Choirmaster, who has since left the group, gave a different account.
“What I can recollect is that in 2012 Obour contracted us to do a song for Nana Addo.” he told MzGee on Hitz Fm.
“We recorded the song and it was for business purposes but we waited and waited and we didn’t get paid. Obour didn’t get back to us so we decided not to release the song and that was for business purpose that is why when we didn’t get cash on that, we didn’t release it.” he added.
Choirmaster, who has since left the group, said on GhOne Tv Thursday that Praye’s endorsement of Nana Akuffo-Addo must have been something that they did for money.
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