Bright Homenya who is professionally known as Article Wan has made a crucial statement concerning his total absence in this year's Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Scheme. It is of no doubt that Article Wan has been one of Ghana's finest musicians as he entertains his fans with his wonderful afrobeat and afro-dancehall music. The young Ghanaian musician has been a dominant figure in Ghana's music industry ever since he broke into the scene with his 'Solo' hit song.
It has been a big surprise to many Ghanaians as Article Wan with all his dominance in the music industry did not receive any nominations in this year's Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. Well, in an interview with Abeiku Santana at Okay FM, Article Wan revealed the reason for this shocking issue. According to him, his manager who was involved in a car accident months ago is the main reason why he could not make enough impact in the music industry last year.
He revealed that, his manager's condition after the accident made it almost impossible for him to focus on his music. He added that, his team could not also focus on the promotion of the few songs he was able to make. He blamed all these issues on the unfortunate situation of his manager. Article Wan also assured Ghanaians that, he is going to do more work in the upcoming months since he has overcome all these challenges.
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