Wendy Addo is a Ghanaian Afropop artist, known by his stage name Wendy shay. After claiming that they saved the female music industry from the death of Eboy two year and a half ago, She claimed to praise the right as a self-made female music icon of Ghana.
She has already been keeping the music industry alone since the death of Ebony, according to the Afropop artist.
With hard work, perseverance, humility, and loyalty, she opened doors and set herself up as a nation's biggest musician.
“I saved the female scene from dying 2 n half years ago when Bony left (RIP) they didn’t wanna open the door for Me, but I opened it By Force! With God Hard work, perseverance, humility, and loyalty” She wrote on her IG page.
Wendy Shay said this when she welcomed the Rufftown Records family with a newly signed act, Kiki Marley.
Kiki Marley has just released her debut single under the label imprint, a gifted Ghanaian songstress and a new RuffTown Records signature.
This new record she titles; "3maa," and Chensee Beatz produced it.
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