Ghana’s quest to create a level playing field for both women and men in the music industry continues to lose its hold as most of its existing artistes disappear into thin air.
It has been said that being a female artiste in the Ghanaian music industry can be quite challenging; add in marriage and childbirth and the journey becomes even more difficult with some calling time on their careers.
We review five Ghanaian musical talents who were consistent hitmakers before losing their grip on their Ghanaian audience.
In no particular order, number one on our list is;
She took time off to marry and have children just when her career was taking off.
She had to go on a break to take care of her family, and she is yet to stage her resurgence.
Becca got married and had a baby.
She announced on social media that she was ending her music career to focus on her family and her other investments.
Her label backed off after her private life was leaked by her baby daddy.
A serious car accident put her in a coma for two days whiles driving from Lynx Entertainment studios after recording her ‘Fake London Boy’ hit song.
A year later, she got robbed and blackmailed by five Nigerian students who had her nudes.
She has been off the music scene for some years now, travelling to the UK to pursue higher education in nursing at the Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge.
Then, she got married in 2020 and has a baby girl with her husband.
Below is an album released in 2016.
A secular musician turned Gospel act, Irene Logan’s journey was riddled with addiction, wrong association, dissatisfaction, rejection and depression.
She is on record to have said her need to be one of the people running the cool crowd steered her away from her true calling.
Even as a gospel act, little to zero music by her has been enjoyed.
However, she has been ministering songs with her powerful voice.