The Ghana music industry is bedeviled with allegations of sexual exploitation of female musicians and prostitution by some artists and their managers.
We have chanced on a highly controversial track while browsing through Ghanaian music websites titled “W3nDi” by female artist LUVMORH which is bound to rattle some feathers in the midst of all the allegations of female musicians warming their producers and managers beds. These girls are selling themselves to promote their careers.
Luvmorh, a highly talented Ghanaian afropop musician based in Europe and signed to the label GAZ Muzik has released yet another controversial track that will get tongues wagging for sometime.
‘W3nDi’ which loosely translate as “didn’t you eat” or “didn’t you chop” talks about the sexual relationship between a female artist and her married manager. The two keep denying to the public they’re sleeping with each other until they were caught red handed by the managers’ wife.
The song also advises ladies especially the Slay Queens to pride themselves on their talent and work hard instead of selling themselves for cheap to men and sponsors to promote their unrealistic lifestyles.
Luvmorh is set to release more bangers  before December, watch out….
Enjoy W3nDi produced by sound engineer Kobe North and Mixed & Mastered by Ghanaian saxophonist and sound engineer Mizter Okyere the Soul Healer.