Wutah, which means fire in Hausa, came into the limelight when they placed second to Praye during the maiden edition of the Nescafe Africa Revelation music competition in Accra in 2004.
After chalking up some successes, they went their separate ways in 2009 due to rumoured bickering between them.
The good news is that they are now back after 7 years of going their separate ways. According to Wutah, performing together has made them more successful than going solo.
However, speaking to Ike De-Unpredictable on Abusua FM in Kumasi, Wutah, known in real life as Daniel Morris and Frank Osei with stage names as Afriyie and Kobby, said their song only seeks to depict how the youth celebrate in exuberance.
They dismissed claims that their new banger ‘Bronya’ encourages smoking of indian hemp, otherwise known as ‘wee’ and addiction to the consumption of alcoholic drink among the youth.
Bronya is not to promote wee smoking and alcoholism as it’s being said. We are telling the lifestyle of Ghanaian youth during celebrations,” Wutah said.
This presupposes that if someone is to engage in immoral act by listening to ‘bronya’, the person does it in his or her own thinking.
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