I Put My Music Career On Hold Because of Wutah – Guru
If you aren’t living under a rock, you may have heard by now that Wutah is back together. The duo released their first official single since the reunion last year in the month of May titled ‘AK47’.
With all the excitement about the reunion in the industry, rapper Guru made everything possible. Guru’s NKZ Music bears the cost of marketing and promotion of Wutah. Consequently, the vibrant music career of rapper Guru started to retrogress since Wutah joined the label.
According To Guru, Ghanaians especially his fans shouldn’t worry about the fall of his music career because he intentionally put his career on hold to work on the successes of Wutah, Singlet and King Paluta. Thus, he channeled all is resources into managing his signees.
In the voice of Guru, real name Nana Yaw Adjei Yeboah Maradona, the NKZ team had to take a decision to push the new signees especially Wutah.
“We wanted to tell Ghanaians that the rumours were over and that the Wutah group was coming back.
In this regard, the NKZ team had to push in a lot for Wutah to stand and I am glad we did.
“AK 47 and Bronya were massive hits and we are glad our hard work paid off in the end,” he said.
Guru explained that it would have been tough for the NKZ team to push all the artistes at the same time, so he and the rest of the artistes (Singlet and King Paluta) had to lay low and allow Wutah to shine.
But then, speaking to Graphic Showbiz he assured his fans that he’ll bounce back stronger in no time to give them the very best of chart-topping songs.