Wendy Shay restored my hope in music management – Bullet


From left: Wendy Shay, Bullet, Ebony Reigns (late)

In Ghana, Rufftown Records former management of the late Ebony Reigns has played a major role in shaping how music released by female artists is consumed.

Born Ricky Nana Agyeman, Bullet, has recounted how Ebony’s replacement, Wendy Shay, gave him hope when all seemed lost for him in 2018, shortly after the sudden demise of Ghana’s Artist of the Year.

According to Bullet who celebrated 2-years since he since Wendy Shay, the ‘Bedroom Commando’ singer renewed hope to continue nurturing talents in Ghana’s entertainment industry when Ebony Reigns died.

“Two years ago, I was in Sweden when I heard about the demise of Ebony Reigns. I went through pain, shock, confusion and depression. In my mind, I thought that was the end of my contribution to the entertainment industry in Ghana. I wanted to find a job in Sweden and not return to Ghana after the funeral,” Bullet said in a post.

The CEO of Rufftown Records also revealed that Wendy Shay‘s project has been a huge success and he’s grateful to the artist for taking all the pressure while allowing him to impact the entertainment industry when he had almost given up.

“The only thing that motivated me to stay in the music industry was one lady who was ready to quit nursing in Germany and relocate to do music in Ghana if only I will manage her.”

“Today marks your two years in the music industry. Wendy Shay, I want to say thank you for not giving up when they tried so hard to pull you down”