Wendy Shay, Rufftown music records artiste has come out to warned fans not to compare her to Late dancehall queen, Ebony Reigns as she, wendy is completely different from the late Ebony.
Wendy shay, real named Wendy Addo’s musical career has come under scrutiny considering late ebony’s as fans keep telling her to switch from the ‘ebony’s style’ even though her songs are penetrating and receiving massive attention.
Since Shay released her hit single, Uber Driver, many people have compared her style to that of late Dancehall artiste, Ebony Reigns. ‘Bedroom Commando’ and the latest ‘Astalavista’ has proven she is doing her own thing, but it seems she cannot escape the constant comparison to the ‘Maame Hw3′ hitmaker.
Nonetheless, Wendy has told fans to stop seeing her as late ebony Reigns because she has her own unique style and should be accepted as such.
“I don’t want people to compare me to late Ebony because I am completely different from her. She was a Dancehall artiste and I am an Afrobeat artiste.
“Despite the fact that we come from the same record label, Rufftown Records, my style is completely different,” she told graphic Showbiz in an interview recently.
Although she is not happy with people comparing her to Ebony, the afrobeat artiste has said that Ebony was a legend and she, Wendy is happy at the impact Ebony made before her demise.
Besides, she is just an upcoming Afrobeats artiste trying to cement my spot in the music scene.
“No female artiste has been able to make the impact that Ebony made in less two years and I am so happy for her. Every song she released was a massive hit, from Poison to Maame Hwe, Hustle, Sponsor and Date Ur Fada just to mention a few,” she said.
If there is one regret Wendy Shay has, it is not collaborating with Ebony Reigns on a song before she died.
Although she studied Nursing in Germany, Wendy Shay says she will always choose music over nursing because music is her first love. “I have always said that nothing will change my mind about music because I love it,” she said.
Asked whether she will move from Rufftown Records should she get a big money offer, she said she is very comfortable with the label and has not intention of moving.
“I am impressed with the work Rufftown Records has done for me so far and I know they have bigger projects for me,” she said.