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90% of Ghanaian female musicians “copycats” – Queen Haizel

90% of Ghanaian female artists "copycats" – Sovereign Haizel 

Ghanaian artist Sovereign Haizel has shown that lone a bunch of female artists in the area are unique. 

Depicting 90 percent of the number of inhabitants in female performers in Ghana as "copycats", she referenced just Efya, Becca, Eno and MzVee as firsts. 

She clarified that the four good examples are those that other cutting-edge female artistes attempt to duplicate, accordingly, losing their creativity all the while. 

Addressing Docta Kay on Accra100.5FM drive show Nkran Kwanso on Thursday, 13 August 2020, Sovereign Haizel stated: "90 percent of female artists in Ghana need inventiveness". 

"I think the creativity level is low since they like to duplicate from each other", she said'. 

"Let me do this investigation for you: I will take out four names for the time being who are gigantic and unique; Efya, Becca, Eno, despite the fact that she is misjudged, and MzVee. These are women who are unique and doing admirably in the business… All the others are copycats." 

Evaluating her music vocation, she noticed that "there is still more opportunity to get better," since she doesn't have support from a record name or a support as other female artists do. 

She, notwithstanding, demonstrated that despite the fact that she isn't happy with where she is presently undoubtedly, she is focusing on a Grammy. 

Beside her music, Sovereign Haizel is known for nakedness and wild exposure stunts. 

She was declared dead on 16 June 2020. She reemerged after a break with one more questionable travel story to Barbados from where she asserted she returned by transport. 

She has melodies, for example, "Bravo", "Blockade" and "Yetwem" among others, amazingly.

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