With the simmering down of the feud between Sarkodie and M.anifest and even Shatta Wale and ‘Olu’, the music scene needs something hot and we might just be getting it from the female dancehall stars.
Kaakie recently returned from a short hiatus with a new number, ‘Sankwas’, which is making waves in the genre. Whilst initially known as the queen of Ghanaian dancehall, Kaakie is keen to debunk the assertion that MzVee has ascended to the throne in her absence.
Speaking on GhOne Tv Monday, Kaakie wasted no time tearing into her rival.
“I don’t really give it [dancehall queen] to her [MzVee] because she is not really into dancehall. She is not really a dancehall artiste.” she said.
“For that, I would rather give it to AK Songstress if you are going strictly by category. Because rain or shine, she is still in dancehall,” she added.
“Dancehall is not just the beat or the lyrics. Using dancehall on a hiplife tune does not make it dancehall. It is semi; it’s not 100 per cent.”
Kaakie added that MzVee primarily specialises in pidgin rather than patois, unlike herself.
“I sing in Patois. You can check from day one – ‘Too much’, when I released the song people thought I was Jamaican. There was nothing Ghanaian…” she added.
MzVee’s fans would not be too pleased, and they would have a BET award nomination to point to.
Listen to her below…