Wendy Shay, a Ghanaian musician, announced that she arrived in Ghana with just 50 euros in her wallet to begin her music career.
In a 5-minute documentary, the Uber driver singer announced that she had to pick between her career as a nurse and her love for music.
Wendy Shay said she was ecstatic when Bullet, the CEO of Rufftown Records, decided to partner with her.
“With my mother’s blessing, I packed my belongings and moved to Ghana. I had to immediately grab my belongings and board the next available flight to Ghana, as I only had $50 when I arrived to begin my music career.
the hardworking female musician’s second album, is scheduled to be released shortly.
“I met Bullet, signed a contract and started recording songs. I was introduced to Ghanaians at VGMA 2018.
“Five months later, I released an album Shay on You and I won 13 awards with five hit songs, she narrated in the short documentary.” She divulged.
“And now I am here to present to you my second album, Shayning Star… I see myself as the rose that grew from the concrete… the cornerstone that the builders rejected… World, Ghana. Shay Gang, I present to you the Shayning Star,” Wendy Shay noted.