I Went Through A Lot – OV Speaks About Her Absence From The Music Scene

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
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OV has more stay following her absence from the music scene.

Many of her fans wondered what was happening to her when nothing was heard from her for some years.

The Ghanaian dancehall musician, born Barbara Naa Okailey Nyarko revealed what she went through in an interview with Sammy Flex.

She said she went through a lot and that caused her to break from the music scene.

“I have been working. Sometimes as an artiste when we say we are working, it is not always about the studio works… we need to do so much in this music thing so that’s what I have been working on.

“Honestly, I went through so much and that is the truth. I went through so much that I had to stay back for a while and really decide if I really want to continue this stress. Nowhere cool so I just had to continue doing it (music), because I still have it and I don’t have to disappoint a number of people who believed in me from scratch so that is why I am back to do music. What I do best,” the former Burniton Music Group artiste stated.

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OV, who is now promoting her new song ‘No Perfect Vibe’, added: “I am ready to continue doing music. I am ready to continue learning but nothing really happened to me just that my heart was broken for a while. I don’t want to talk about that…People really missed me. I know I haven’t been consistent but I am going to try.”

Watch the interview below.

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