Recently Praye, one of the top music groups back in the golden age of Ghana music, announced they were making their comeback after several years apart.
Praye had released multiple hits during their prime and were unstoppable, but then fell prey to what breaks up all groups — ego.
The group members started thinking they were each the driving force behind the group and in no time their arguments had driven them apart.
After years in the wilderness and realizing how much they sucked without each other, Praye recently announced their comeback.
However, from what we’re hearing from Choirmaster this second coming might not last that long either. Instead of realizing their time solo was a disaster and concentrate on themselves now, the group are still talking about how they can function as solo artists.
Choirmaster, who spearheaded the initial split, has made it clear in an interview that he still considers himself a solo artist.
“I’m still a solo artiste. The thing is, with the new Praye, along the way you will hear songs from the group and you will also hear songs from Tiatia and Tintin alone. It doesn’t mean the group is separated but we don’t want it to be 3 people everyday on a song.” Choirmaster said on Radio Central.
“Sometimes when one person get the inspiration he will be able to express himself well but the group is back and back for good. So when you hear a song from Choirmaster alone or see him on a show alone it doesn’t mean the group is separated. We have more new plans for the group now.”
This is what led to the group breaking up in the first place and whenever members of a group start thinking that way it never ends well.
We hope Praye at least are able to survive this second time even if they are trying their hardest to break up with this mentality.