It is no news that to keep your momentum going in the Ghanaian entertainment industry, and any other entertainment industry for that matter, you must be extra talented with a pinch of luck and hard work. However, it's time to reminisce about some of the one-day-celebrities who once upon a time, made our celebrations merrier.
1. Two Thoozin
Franklin Quartey was the man of 2015 when he was captured by Joy News telling Ghanaians, in a rather hilarious manner, about his New Year plans and resolution. Two Thoozin as he is popularly called does not trend anymore and has almost been forgotten by many. However the comedian, now a singer has released a new track titled Fine Boy. But the new song is yet to resurrect the Two Thoozin brand.
2. Nana Boroo
In 2012, Nana Boroo’s Aha Y3 D3 track was the biggest song making waves across the country. He later released Bebia Soso and that was the end of Nana Boroo. Ghanaians heard less and less about him and now, nothing at all.
3. Stay Jay
When Stay Jay’s hit song Shashie Wowo became popular, the title of the song became synonymous with the word prostitute. There were a few other hits from the rapper and ‘puff!’ he disappeared; just like a dove in a magician’s cave. Can anyone tell us where Stay Jay is and what he is up to now?
Do you remember Eduwodji’s club banger? “S) me ha! Na s) me ha!” After that hit song and the controversy of ownership arose between he and Stay Jay, the name Eduwodji disappeared into thin air… or so. He was recently in the news bashing Edem for ‘stealing’ his song Nyedzilo but that barely got him his superstar status back. He’s back with the common floor members.
5. Kevin Beats
Kevin Beats came onto the scene with some freshness and power that was so promising. After he won an accolade at the Ghana Music Awards, it seems he shelved both the award and his music career because nothing has been heard from him since then. Who knew a three-headed-beast will die so soon?