An oral release from the depths of her heart poured into a song with an important social message, Ghanaian female songstress OV is here with Shush and it will in due time be seen as the song that reignited her career.
Shush is the flame that refused to go down when the artist had a moment where she was down with personal conflicts that she has outlined in a tell-it-all documentary. When you watch that documentary to its end, you will come to one exciting conclusion, OV is back!
Back from the self-inflicted doldrums that nearly swayed her away. Back from the clutches of being one of those talents who couldn’t make it. Back from being constantly seen in the shadows of her past failed music beginnings, and now an unleashed-well-cooked artist and a matured individual.
“Shush” by OV is not just a song for you, it’s a statement for all.
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Barbara Naa Nyarko known as OV started off as a dancer during her early years and later picked up singing to complement her fill artistic skills.
OV recorded her first single, Nea Woyeyi, with Reynolds the Gentleman, after he discovered her on Instagram. Adjudged as the best music talent in Ghana in 2018 during that year’s MTN Hitmaker, OV has gained varied nominations in numerous award’s schemes including the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards to fully concretise the kind of generational talent that she is.
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