Osinachi's Death Caused Me To Release My New Song-Wendy Shay
Wendy Shay has revealed that her new song, 'Survivor' was written out of broken heart and women who are victims of domestic violence in their marriage.
Award-winning Ghanaian singer Wendy Shay has disclosed that her new song ‘Survivor’ is a personal life story.
The Ghanaian singer whilst talking about her new song in a recent interview has disclosed that it's a broken heart song personal to her. "My new song 'Survivor' is a broken heart song, it's a personal song to me," she said.
Lyrics of the first verse of the song, got Wendy singing, "thunder fire goes strike you (Motherf*cker), for the thing, you do to me, Then I no make ready for love, But the things you do make I fall Now look at that boy monkey".
After disclosing that the song is a broken heart piece, she continued that "because you know the broken heart is universal, it doesn't know if you are an artist or you are a star or whatever, it can happen to a man it can happen to a woman".
In her interview with Glitch Africa, she added that "so I decided to do a song to empower women, especially those who are in abusive relationships. So what gingered this song was when I heard the death of the late Nigerian Gospel singer Osinachi".
According to Wendy Shay, the incident also influenced her to record her broken heart song. "That was the only way I could display my anger, through music and I want every woman and in some cases men to tap into that energy to let out any anger in them," she said.
As to who else broke Wendy's heart, she did not mention it in the interview.
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