Breaking Up Was The Biggest Mistake We Ever Made — Praye

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Recently the hiplife singing group Praye made it clear that they are making a comeback after years of being separated and suffering in the wilderness.

After suffering for so long as solo artists and realizing that three heads are better than two (or one), Praye are coming back together.

The group have plans to release their maiden comeback single tomorrow.

Speaking about their time apart, Praye have revealed that they have now realized that splitting up was the worst mistake they ever could have made.

“…As I said earlier, the break up was one of the biggest setbacks in our music careers but that notwithstanding, we have learnt the lessons and are moving on. We can’t continue holding on to the past because the future holds a lot of promises than the bitter past,” Praye Tietia revealed in an interview with Showbiz.

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“The truth is that what we sought to achieve as solo artistes could never happen compared to how we performed as a group. At least, everyone knows that we need each other’s strength to excel so nobody will feel superior over the other.

“If in times past, I thought I was the best or any other member exhibited that, we know our real size now and as we get back together again, we would appreciate everyone’s input. Seven years is long enough to right the wrongs in our lives.” he added.

For now we’re glad they have realized that they are better as a group than  solo. Ironic it took them this long to realize that, considering they are known as Praye (Broom), which symoblizes unity.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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