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Management Wanted To Merge Praye And Wutah To Form “Wupra” – KOD Discloses

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Praye And Wutah

Former manager of dead music groups Wutah and Praye, Kofi Okyere Darko, has disclosed that the management of these duos required them to merge into one entity.

The veteran broadcaster told Nana Tuffour and Frema Adunyame on Citi TV's “Upside Down” how his passion for music led him to work with musicians including Ofori Amponsah, Kofi B, Praye, and .

The Nescafé African Revelations program, which took him around Africa to scout for music talent, introduced him to a variety of talented musicians.

According to KOD, when he was a member of the and Praye management teams, they agreed to combine the two classes at one point.

“When Praye won [the Nescafé African Revelations contest], we thought, ‘We've handled all these major musicians in the past; why don't we take on Praye as well?' because of my presence and already being in the music business and even on air, and with my contacts on the field.' He said

So for a year or two, I was in charge of Praye. Wutah was the first runner-up, not the winner. And we were thinking to ourselves, “Why did you let these guys go?” As a result, Wutah was included as well. We did a fantastic job,” says the group.

“At one point, we also considered combining Praye and Wutah. He revealed, “I think we had a name like Wupra or something like that.”

He went on to say that the two groups even played together at one of the Ghana Music Awards functions.

KOD, on the other hand, said that it was the break of Wutah that broke his heart.

Source: Dklassgh.com

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