Rufftown Records signee Wendy Shay held a corporate launch of her maiden album “Shay on You” at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Accra last week.
But in an interview on the Corporate launch with Caroline Sampson, she has revealed that recording the album within the six month period didn’t come easy for her.
The “Astalavista” hitmaker stated that she put in a lot of hard work to come this far. She said “It wasn’t easy recording my album in six months.”
“I decided to give the fans different sides of me. On the album, you actually have highlife, dancehall, you have everything on it,” she added.
The launching of the 10 track album saw many dignitaries including Deputy Communications Director and National Youth Organiser of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Sammy Awuku, and Ghanaian-American chemical engineer and inventor Dr. Thomas O. Mensah gracing the occasion. There were also performances from Sefa, Adina, Keche and Nana Boro.
Wendy Shay came unto the limelight after the death of the late Dancehall act Ebony Reigns. And she has known no retreat, as she has been able to put out more than three hit songs that enjoyed massive airplay in 2018, barely 1 year in the industry.
Ricky Nana Agyeman popularly known as Bullet also had something to say during the corporate launch. And according to the CEO of Rufftown Records, Wendy has made history because no artiste in Ghana is able to release an album in six months.
“I love talent and within six months we are able to create a star,” he said.