I don’t see any Dancehall King or Queen in Ghana – Renner
Fast rising reggae Dancehall artiste Renner has stated she sees no Dancehall King or Queen in Ghana.
In an interview with Hitz FM’s Dr Pounds on Hitz Gallery, Renner said all the dancehall acts are unique in their own way and that none can claim the title of king or queen.
Recently female Dancehall artistes Kaakie and MzVee were embroiled in a fight over who qualified to call herself ‘Dancehall Queen’ of Ghana.
They released songs taking shots at each other. That was just one of the many battles and beefs in the Ghanaian music industry.
Commenting on the increasing spate of these beefs and their impact on the music industry, Renner noted that, “I do not see any Dancehall King or Queen in Ghana. All the dancehall acts are working so I see them as kings and queens in their own unique way. There is not one person who can claim that title.”
When pushed further, she stated that, “It takes an exceptional year to be called a Dancehall King or Queen or a stage where we battle each other and a king or queen is chosen.”
Renner, real name Mercy Renner, also revealed in the interview that, although there are several talented Dancehall acts in the country, she would love to work with Kaakie on a track.
Renner is currently promoting her collaborative single with TeePhlow titled ‘Pananawey’.
Listen to the song below: