Wendy Asiamah Addo, known in showbiz as Wendy Shay, a sensational Ghanaian music singer and Rufftown signee, has counseled her fellow musicians to seek spiritual support in order to excel in the country’s music industry.
According to the ‘Survivor’ crooner, talent and hard work are insufficient, and trust in one’s object of devotion is required to supplement their hard work in the profession.
Wendy Shay went on to say that no artist can reach the summit without spiritual fortification.
The Rufftown Record signee made these thought-provoking remarks while discussing the success stories and problems of women in showbiz with Kwame Dadzie on Joy FM’s Twitter Spaces.
“Every artiste you’ve seen on top isn’t doing what they’re doing carnally,” she said. I live by the motto ‘work hard and have faith.’ Faith and hard labor go hand in hand.
“After working hard, going to the studio, recording songs, doing whatever you do, you should also seek spiritual support,” she continued. We don’t do what we do carnally.
Either you’re in the light or you’re in the dark. This is something that many underground musicians are unaware of. You must either believe in God, Jesus Christ, or whatever you believe in to direct your steps. You’ll grow fatigued and discouraged if you attempt it with your natural strength.”