Ghanaian music group, Praye who has released their new song has taken Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie over dancehall artist Shatta Wale in their recent beef that took social media ablaze.
Praye recently said that, their one of the groups in the country who are rich and comfortable but are only hungry for their music career.
Sammy Forson of Joy Fm’s Cosmopolitan Mix who asked whether Praye will pick Sarkodie over Shatta Wale or Shatta Wale over Sarkodie and Praye made it clear that, they love both artist but will prefer Sark over Shatta.
“When it comes to lyrical dexterity we will go for Sarkodie and in the dancehall fraternity we will go for Shatta Wale.I like Sarkodie but Shatta Wale is a good brother and I like his songs.” Praye Tintin stressed.
The group broke into the limelight after winning the ‘Nescafe African Revolution’, talent show in 2005. They have produced hit songs like ‘Angelina’, ‘Shody’, ‘Run Things’ and many others.
Comprising Eugene Baah (Choir Masta/ Praye Ho Ne Ho), Steven Fiawoo(Cartel Big J/ Praye Tiatia), and Nana Kwame (Kente/ Praye Tenten) shot to fame after winning the maiden edition of the Nescafe African Revelation contest in Ghana,as well as the West African grand finale.
‘Gbang Gbai’ was produced by Kidi and mastered by PossiGee
The Praye group is well noted with hit songs such as ‘Shordy,’ ‘Angelina,’ ‘Jacket’, among others.
Biography of Praye
Praye, a Ghanaian hiplife trio made up of three members are Eugene Baah [Praye ho ne ho], Steven Fiawoo [Praye tiatia] and Nana Kwame [Praye tenten] was formed during the maiden edition of the Nescafe African Revelations.
The three started the group and adopted the name ‘Praye’ which means ‘broom’ an indigenous symbol of unity in the Ghanaian community, reflecting their belief in combining their different and unique talents that have been harnessed to make them one of the most entertaining group in Africa.
They won the National Championship and the African Revelation Championship as representative of Ghana and at the final event of west and central Africa.
Their debut album, Mfitiatse, with the hit track ‘Shordy’ is topped the Music Charts in Ghana for several weeks.
Besides the fame they’ve enjoyed in their home country, they’ve also made outstanding achievements within a year in their music career, some of which are, winning a prestigious KORA award for being the best group in West Africa.
In the 2006 Ghana Music Awards Festival, they were adjudged the New Artiste of the Year. Their song “Shordy” also wants the New Hiplife song of the year.
After the success of their first album, Praye has recently released a new album “Tha Bomb” under their record label Broomx entertainment.