Integral member of the Praye group, Stephen Fiawoo, popularly known as Praye Tia Tia, says the group is now mature and they have put their past behind them. The group, according to Tia Tia, is back for good under the management of EKB records owned by Kiki Banson.
Praye Tia Tia, who rebranded to Cartel Big J after group members went their separate ways a few years ago, told Joy News‘ MzGee that their maturity would reflect in their new songs.
“The maturity will be felt in our compositions; even the way we behave when we are in the studio has changed. A lot has changed and it is for good. When you grow, you grow for good,” he stated.
Praye Tia Tia was uncertain if the group’s bane was lack of maturity when they went their separate ways.
He said, “We were young and when you are young so when you are growing you mature and you learn from your mistakes you’ve done in the past and bettered it. I will say we are in a better place.”
An official announcement is said to be made in the coming days.
Praye is a Ghanaian hiplife trio made up of three members are Eugene Baah [Praye ho ne ho], Steven Fiawoo [Praye tiatia] and Nana Kwame [Praye Tenten]. The group was formed during the maiden edition of the Nescafe African Revelations.
They won the National Championship and the African Revelation Championship as representative of Ghana and at the final event of west and central Africa.
Their debut album, “Mfitiatse”, with the hit track ‘Shordy’ topped the Music Charts in Ghana for several weeks. However, members of the group went their separate ways in 2014, but good news is that they’re back together for good.