Entertainment of 2014-01-21

Between Kaakie and MzVee, is there any heat going on?

As reported in the last quarter of 2012 that Okuraseni Samuel had accused Mugeez of R2Bees fame for copying his style on the duos maiden highlife song, ‘Odo’, I seek to ask if MzVee is also daring to imitate the style or compete with the self acclaimed queen of dancehall, Kaakie.
Kaakie, as best described as Ghana’s dancehall diva since she had no competitor in her genre of music, I think this time around may have to sit up with her song composers to write deep lyrics yet in simple language to raga as MzVee seem to be wooing the attention of the genre’s fraternity to her persona and songs.
Although the Dancehall Diva already has her brand established, her irrefutable ‘competitor’, MzVee is also working tirelessly on perfecting the use of the Jamaican Patois language as her management, Lynx Entertainment is endeavoring to push her through.
Unlike Kaakie whose fans had issues with her wardrobe before now, MzVee seem to be on point and already fitting onto the Dancehall music scene with her outfits enticing quite an interesting number of the Dancehall fraternity without queries.
One may say in every field of work likewise life, there are both known and concealed competitors but my worry is; will Kaakie, who is synonymic to DJ Kess (the ‘undoubtedly’ only recognized female DJ in Ghana who for the second time has gain nomination in the Best Female DJ of the Year category with no competitor) survive the heat MzVee seem to be approaching her with?