Choirmaster’s voice note to Cartel Big J and Kente of Praye fame


    The exchange of accusations and counter-accusations in the camp of Praye may not end anytime soon, even after two of its members, Kente (Praye Tenten) and Cartel Big J (Praye Tietia) reunited.

    Choirmaster who has refused to join the group in his bid to wish his colleagues, Cartel big J and Kente a Happy New Year, indirectly threw shades at them.

    But the duo refused to let go the New message though it was meant to settle their differences and rather saw it as ill-mannered from their solo colleague.

    Eugene Baah better known as ‘Praye Ho Ne Ho’ claimed in a voice note to his colleagues, that Praye Tie Tia and Kente, joining the New Patriotic Party(NPP) has really helped them.

    He asserted, if not for the party’s support, the duo (Praye Tie Tia and Kente) would be living a sad life because their comeback as Praye group hasn’t yielded any positive results.

    Choirmaster further alleged that most of the songs the duo have churned out are mostly noise.

    Kente (Praye Tenten) and Cartel Big J (Praye Tietia) currently make up the music group without Choirmaster (Praye Honeho) who has refused to join despite repeated .

    This exciting trio comprising Eugene Baah (Praye Ho Ne Ho), Steven Fiawoo(Praye Tiatia) and Nana Kwame (Praye Tenten) shot into fame when they won the maiden edition of Nescafe African Revelation contest in Ghana, and went on to win the West African grand finale.

    They have performed in the UK, US, Nigeria and are said to currently have a recording deal in South Africa.

    Some of their hits include, My Shordy, Jacket, Angelina and they won the 2007 Ghana Music Award for Best Hiplife Album.