I Disagree With JMJ On His Statement About Female Artistes – Euni Melo
Ghanaian creative songstress Euni Melo has reacted to a statement made by the renowned Ghanaian music producer JMJ published on Beeniewords.com concerning the “poor domination” of current female acts after Kakie , Mzvee and Ebony (of blessed Memory) left the Ghanaian music space.
The popular producer stated emphatically that the “female music scene became dead” after the aforementioned songstresses took time off the music business.
According to him the era of Kaakie , Mzvee and the late Ebony had witnessed consistent hit songs from these songstress and placed them in spotlight compared to the current crop of female artiste who has no one visible in limelight.
Euni Melo who has been in the scene dropping some relatable grooves and getting the nods as the next biggest reggae / dancehall songstress seemed bothered about his statement .
In reaction , the Dancehall sensational songstress made a post that she has disagreed with JMJ on that opinion as she is still on top of her game as the current most talked about songstress in the spotlight.