Making music and being among the hottest and most sought after artists in Ghana is not an easy thing especially in our overcrowded male-dominated music industry.
All the female artists who has tried to live up to the hype, have failed ruthlessly in staying consistent.
Ghana’s music industry is determined by one’s consistency in releasing hit song after hit songs and that is exactly what Wendy Shey has done for herself.
After taking over from the late Ebony, Wendy Shey, just like her predecessor, has continued to release hit after hit to entertain her fans and keep her name at the top of Ghana’s music industry.
One thing that has made Ghanaians fall in love with the likes of Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Shatta wale, Samini, Kidi, Kuami Eugene is their ability to get the average music lover entertained with the number of hit songs they produce.
Without consistent hit songs, a normal Ghanaian artist will easily fade away.
There are so many Musicians who have failed to remain consistent after a hit song.
Without taking anything from the other female musicians, Wendy Shey has been able to be in our faces every day, either for the good or bad reasons.
From her first song, Uber Driver that was release on the 1st of June 2018, Wendy Shey has never looked back.
Hits after hits, Wendy has been doing the unachievable by captivating us with songs like Astavista, masakra, the boy is mine, shey on them, bedroom commando, mama, all for you, keep moving, Ghana boys, Stevie wonder etc.
In her time of distress, Wendy Addo as she’s known by birth, released another hit, Psalm 35 which took social media by storm.
The 23-year-old singer has not rested and recently dropped another hit ‘kut it”
Wendy Shey is the new goddess of Ghana music. She has kept the female at the top and remains consistent.
All hail the goddess of Ghana music.