George Quaye jabs Praye; claims their song 'Gbangbai' was noise

George Quaye jabs Praye; claims their song 'Gbangbai' was noise

Public Relations Officer of Charterhouse, George Quaye has jabbed Ghanaian music group, Praye for complaining about the group not getting nominated for the upcoming VGMA.

According to Quaye, Praye did not deserve a nomination for their single 'Gbangbai' nor do they deserve to be in the Group of the Year category.

In a long letter that George Quaye wrote to Praye on his Facebook page, he slammed the trio for jabbing Charterhouse for what they termed as VGMA snub.

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George Quaye noted that Praye was not snubbed as they claim, instead they were not qualified for any category.

"I look at the list of Nominees in the 20th Edition group of the year category and ask myself who to take out and put you there," he wrote.

"Or should they just have added you, anyway? Just because you exist and released a song that translates as ‘Noise’? Come on guys," he quizzed.

George Quaye further noted that Praye's 'Gbangbai' song that was released last year did not make waves like Praye argued.

He further recalled how Praye used to be one of the biggest groups in Ghana during the mid-2000s.

He jabbed Praye and noted that their comeback is a good one but their comeback song was not a big song to get them a nomination.

George Quaye urged Praye as he wrote "For now, you are still 3 handsome blokes trying to work together. Please find that magic. find that spark."

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George further jabbed Praye, claiming that they could have released a better song considering their status in the music industry.

His letter which was full of jabs for the trio followed a rant by Praye that they were snubbed in this year's VGMA nominations.

The group argued that their comeback was one that made waves which they topped with a hit single titled 'Gbangbai'.

But it seems George Quaye who plays a key role in the selection process prior to nominating artistes for the VGMA does not share the same sentiments with Praye.

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