Chairman of the Ghana Association of Songwriters and Mr. Logic discussed the disappearance of singer Efya Nockturnal from the music industry in recent months.
Mr. Logic said that Efya was not being proactive enough and questioned why she hadn't gotten in touch with Wizkid directly.
He also noted that while having the ability to be on par with Tiwa Savage and Ayra Starr in terms of artistic success, Efya's perceived “laziness” was impeding her.
“I completely agree with Bulldog's stance. Bullgod spoke the truth, and Efya seemed unable to accept it. Wizkid could come to Ghana, attend funerals, and socialize with Ghanaian artists. Despite management and protocols, Wizkid holds executive powers to feature any artist. We understand the significance of artist management and management discretion. A simple phone call could have made it happen. It's just a matter of connecting via phone.”
“King Promise participated because he was keen on it. However, what about Efya? She didn't demonstrate interest. What more was she waiting for? I don't align with her viewpoint. Her explanations don't hold weight with me. This was the perfect opportunity,” he argued.
In response to the accusations, Efya explained on her now-deleted Twitter handle that she had ongoing projects at that time. Mr Logic shared his perspective during an appearance on UTV's “United Showbiz” on August 5th.
“Someone mentioned that Efya is remarkably intelligent yet one of the laziest artists in Ghana, and I concur. Efya should be on par with the likes of Ayra Star, Tiwa Savage, and Tems. Efya doesn't seem to grasp her potential. Observe where Gyakie stands now. Reflect on all the platforms she's graced and compare them with Efya's appearances. Interestingly, Gyakie's achievements don't measure up to Efya's, despite the contrast in their contents,” he concluded.
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