Bronya Song Is Not Promoting Alcoholism Among Ghanaians – Afriyie Wutah

Great Ghanaian duo music group popularly known as Wutah, made up of Afriyie and Kobby have dismissed claims that their new hit song trending massively for some months now ‘Bronya‘ which is leading music charts in the country encourages addiction to the consumption of alcoholic drink among the youth.

Speaking to Amansan Krakye on Radio Central in Cape Coast, Afriyie Wutah, known in real life as Frank Osei Afriyie, said their song only seeks to advise the youth in our local Ghanaian adage that there is no need to Wait for great moments in life before one can take an action for life betterment.

According to Afriyie, although they disappointed their fans with news of their break up some years back. The duo group was not dead but was still in existence and they only had to rekindle the spirit of the group. He said “Kobby and I grew up together, so there was no tension between us when we broke up”

They are now back after 7 years of going their separate ways. According to Wutah, performing together has made them more successful than going solo, although is very difficult being in a group.

Wutah, which means fire in Hausa, came into the limelight when they placed second to Praye during the maiden edition of the Nescafe Africa Revelation music competition in Accra in 2004.

Their debut album, ‘Anamontuo’, with songs like ‘Adonko’, ‘Gossie Gander’ and ‘Big Dreams’ earned them eleven Ghana Music Award nominations including the ‘Most Popular Song of the Year’, ‘Album of the Year’, and ‘Artiste of the Year’.

Kindly click on the link below to download what he said when he was asked by the host about what really triggered their coming back.

Amansan-Krakye-Interview-With-Afriyie-Wutah-Audio_128bps.mp3 (34 downloads)

 

WRITER: Koo Phante Drkay/Oilcitytoday.com/Ghana.

 

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