Ghanaian dancehall artist Stonebuoy, CEO of BHIM nation, has thrown his weight behind Lynx Entertainment artist MzVee in the wake of recent discussions as to who has an edge over the other in terms of dancehall music.
Speaking in an interview with voluptuous peace Hyde, the Pull Up hitmaker disclosed his choice of MzVee as a better dancehall artiste over Kaakie was based on encounters he had had with both artists in various recording studios.
He explained that although both artists were doing incredibly well, MzVee had an extra dancehall feel around her that translates into the music she does. He would however not go a step further but base his choice on studio sessions where the dexterity of most artistes are shown.
Until MzVee’s eruption unto the danechall scene, Queen Diva Kaakie was the only female dancehall artiste who matched the male dancehall artistes boot for boot. She won the “Best Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year” with her hit song Toffee Pon Tongue over Shatta Wale at the 2013 Ghana Music Awards and won the Best New Artiste of the Year as well.
Kaakie has however been on hibernation in the past year as she paid more attention to her final year studies at the University of Ghana where she recently graduated as a nursing student.
MzVee has also in recent times enjoyed massive airplay with her songs Natural Girl featuring Stonebuoy and Borkor borkor which features Zeal of VVIP.