The title of Ghanaian music's Queen is fiercely contested. Many people are wondering who the Queen of Ghana music is as a result of this struggle.
Becca was without a doubt the first successful female singer in the highlife and hiplife/afro beat genres. MzVee, on the other hand, arrived and took it to new heights.
MzVee honored Ghanaians by making her name well-known throughout Africa, especially in Nigeria and Senegal. Her tenure at Lynx Entertainment brought her to new heights and earned her a BET nomination.
She's now on pins and needles to keep up with the pace she left behind.
Wendy Shay, on the other hand, has been a member of the music business for over two years. Her debut's favorable circumstances aided her in establishing her identity in the music industry.
Ebony's death, as well as the absence of famous female performers in the music industry, benefited her greatly. To be honest, she has done well in her home country of Ghana, but her presence in the international arena has been felt strongly.
When comparing the two and determining who is the Queen of Ghanaian music, we believe MzVee is the strong winner. She already has enough popularity in several African countries to say she is the queen of Ghanaian music. Her supremacy can be bolstered by the popularity of her songs "Come and see my Moda" and "Sing my name" on YouTube.
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