Eugene who believes the Awards is aimed at building Ghanaian music, it has rather become a curse to the industry’s growth and the organizers took interest in filling their pockets and awarding their friends and their cronies.
After a split which lasted about five years, Praye made up of Praye Tintin, Praye Honeho (Choirmaster) and Praye Tietia reunited last year and released three songs; 'Disco Light’, ‘Adesua’ and ‘Gban Gbai.’
Choirmaster said he was particularly disappointed because Charterhouse begged them to perform last year because they believed in their brand.
“They know we are back and Praye as always is a force to reckon with that was why they appealed to us to perform last year.”
"Besides, we performed at a number of big events including EIB Concert, YFM Area Code, Decemba 2Rememba, Adom TV Carols Festival, Olams End of Year party, Odwira Festival, Kwahu Bliss on the Hills, Grand finale of TV3’s Ghana’s Most Beautiful and a number of Christmas and New Year parties I can’t mention here.
“I doubt if Ghanaians even know some names in the Group of the Year category, talk less of their music. VGMA is 20 years so let’s support and promote good music.” Choirmaster added.