Multiple award winning group, Praye took Ghanaians by surprise when they performed at the just ended Vodafone Ghana Music Awards after going their separate ways for five years. As a result, most people thought they’ve been able to settle their differences and are back together for good.
However, Choirmaster who doubles as an integral member of the ‘nagging’ music group has said in a recent interview that Praye as a music group is still hanging in the air for they’re not really together despite their group performance at the 2018 VGMAs.
According to Choirmaster in an interview with graphic showbiz, he’s still embarking on his solo project and time will tell whether the group will get back together or not.
“I have said that I don’t have any issues with my label mates. If there is the need that we come together for a project why not? I am always available,” he assured.
In the voice of Choirmaster, it felt good that all three came back on stage after five years and explained that he joined Kente and Big J Cartel on that huge platform to let Ghanaians know he did not have a problems with them.
“Our performance was one of the best on the night. The crowd really responded to us well on stage and I am glad we killed it. I think Ghanaians have been waiting for this reunion in a very long time but I want to tell them time will tell,” he said.