Yet another celebration to praye fame’s Choirmaster.
In an impressive run, the Akuapim Mampong native, Choirmaster, picked up Hiplife artist of the year at 2018 Eastern music awards. Adding to his silverware is the “Best song for youth empowerment” Ghana music awards south Africa.
According to the charts, Choirmaster had the most successful solo career of all the one-time Praye members. He is the only singer to score both a No. 1 song here in Ghana, and that’s not all he has to his credit. Praye hornihor, or simply Choirmaster these days, started his debut first single on his own, “G.M.B,” at the top of their respective charts, which is rare for any “new” artist, though of course Choirmaster already had a built-in fanbase.
G.M.B is the debut solo single by Ghanaian singer and songwriter Choirmaster. He co-wrote the track with Tema-based rapper Opanka and was produced by Hydrualix. The master-piece was released as theme song for beauty pagent show Ghana Most Beautiful , 2014, along with its own music video, which features African models, representing every region in Ghana. Choirmaster’s first single was released after his departure from Praye fame. It debuted at number one across all radio networks and top 10 hot music Chart, making Choirmaster the first Ghanaian group act to go solo to debut at number one with a debut single.
In addition to those, Choirmaster partnered with signee Agyen Kay and Ghana’s finest hype-man Merqury Quaye for “Double Up,” which almost gave both stars another No. 1, though it was held back and it stalled in the runner-up position. Choirmaster has also managed to place three other tracks on the Hot 10, including his most recent attempt “Ama Ghana” with rapper Obibini before merging up with former group “Praye”.