Ghanaian musician,

According to the sensational soul singer, she recounted how a traditional priest approached her with an offer to back her career spiritually to release a hit song like the others.

Speaking in an interview on Okay FM she said most Ghanaian musicians use ‘juju‘ to fuel their popularity in the music industry. She, however, refused to mention names of colleague musicians who have consulted the traditional priest.

“I can’t mention names. However, he mentioned some of my colleagues. Some of these musicians are making hit songs because they have spiritual backings”, eShun said.

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eShun is not bothered by the fact that she has not made it big in the Ghana music industry.

“It is a process, everyone needs to go through it. It doesn’t bother me at all" she added.

Ghanaian rapper Tinny annd Flowking Stone have previously shared similar sentiments about their career where colleagues go for juju to make hit songs.