Here’s the fourth instalment of a steady stream of hits by Rufftown chanteuse, Wendy Shay.
Made by MOG, and featuring top-tier male acts Kuami Eugene and Sarkodie, the record’s theme draws from Psalm 35 —the Old Testament chapter which sees David appeal to God —the righteous judge — to plead his cause against disciples of evil constantly targeting him.
The joint, penned by label-head Ricky “Bullet” Agyeman, is also widely interpreted as his response to recent highly publicised back-and-forth between his team and the family of the late Ebony Reigns, who was franchise act at the label until her passing, February 8, concerning allegations of exploitation by Mr Kwarteng, about how proceeds from his daughter’s tribute concert were shared.
Shay, born Wendy Addo, is also popular for the records “Uber Driver”, “Bedroom Commando”, and “Astalavista”— all of which centre on steamy pair-bonding.
Listen to “Psalm 35” below: