A former member of Afro pop music group Praye, Eugene Baah, known in showbiz as Choirmaster, has in an interview with Nana Kojo Addo on 3FM cleared the airwaves concerning the comeback of the group.
Known in the group as Praye Honeho, Choirmaster said that if only “appropriate arrangements are done between managements of the artistes,” trio PRAYE can reunite.
The Double Up hitmaker stated that they were more popular when they were together as at the time they broke up as a group, PRAYE was an influential group in the music industry.
When 3FM’s Nana Kojo Addo asked Choirmaster what caused the break-up of the music trio, Choirmaster said: “Simply the engine just shut down”.
He added: “As a group we have to consider each other”.
Choirmaster also made it clear that individual ego was not the reason they went their ways as was earlier reported by some media outlets.
He stated that until proper arrangements are done between their managements with regard to record label and formation of good management among others, there is no possibility of “PRAYE” reuniting.
He said he is comfortable with his brand “CHOIRMASTER” since going solo.
So for now, there is no urgency of him joining the group.
By Justice Mensah|3FM|3news.com|Ghana