Wutah, the once-successful Ghanaian music duo, are making a comeback. For good.
The group have hit the studios for an upcoming project, which promises to mark an exciting return for both; Frank Osei (Wutah Afriyie) and Daniel Morris (Wutah Kobby).
A successful story whose split in 2009 broke many hearts, they both attempted solo careers with Afriyie’s, the most visible.
In what is yet the loudest call for any defunct Ghanaian music group to stage a comeback, they were inundated with appeals from fans over the last seven years and only gave in recently.
The duo have since lined up some shows ahead of what should be a decent mainstream visibility throttle.
Yet one of the biggest in the recent history of Ghanaian music groups, they were discovered during the Nescafe Africa Revelation competition in 2004, where they came second to the defunct (trio) and now struggling Praye (duo).
Credited with huge hits such as Adonko, Big Dreams, and Goosey Gander, they won enough awards during their successful years.