The ‘beef’ between female Dancehall acts, Kaakie and MzVee is believed to have led to a divided front in the Ghanaian music industry.
Some people argue that a healthy ‘beef’ leads to competition whilst others believe that it’s unnecessary particularly because there aren’t many ladies who are Dancehall acts.
Samini, seems however to be in support of the beef saying it will ‘ginger’ the industry. In an interview with Pluzz FM, he argues that the two females acts need to speed up the feud, as it were, to help the industry.
“I think they’ve slowed down too much, both MzVee and Kaakie should ginger the industry a little bit. MzVee should drop some few songs,” says the ‘Iskoki’ hitmaker.
He adds: “In dancehall, beef is allowed; throwing shots at each other is allowed, even in hip-hop, artiste diss each other. In all this, it makes the industry more interesting; if there is an upcoming gig, it makes fans wanna come out in their numbers to support their respective acts.”
Industry watchers say there is bad blood between MzVee and Kaakie following the release of“Sankwas” by the latter which featured hiplife musician Guru in which she’s thought to have dissed the former with reference to a line in the song which says: “opposition want make we fall…them try hard to be we, but they end up skinny and lean.
In what was seen by many as a response to the attack on her, MzVee in a single titled “Make I Shine” claimed, Jah (God) appointed her as Ghana’s Dancehall Queen. She described Kaakie as a loudmouth, adding that she should leave her to shine.
However she has since denied her song was a reply to Kaakie.
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