This year has been an amazing year for Ghanaian artistes aside from the general controversies that arose in their quest for a buzz on social media trends. The year under review witnessed a brutal battle between female musicians who went head-to-head with each other in a battle for supremacy.
Ghana witnessed a trio beef between lyrical rappers Eno Barony and Freda Rhymz as well as the talented singer Sista Afia which became very topical on entertainment reactions across the country.
The battle for supremacy birthed a fierce squabble between two of Ghana’s talented artistes Freda Rhymz and Sista Afia, which resulted in a fight at the premises of TV3 after an interview session.
From the onset, their opulence to seeking external buzz from a male-dominated industry, where less attention is given to female musicians, made the outcome of the squabbles seem to be very predictable as the duo settled their scores, after many consultations and demands from fans and influential industry stalwarts, in an interview with Nana Ama McBrown on United Showbiz show aired on United Television.
The great news is that the two creative artistes have eventually heeded the demand of fans to work on a song by releasing a hiplife jam, Saucy produced by ace producer Mix Masta Garzy.
Saucy is a potential hit song considering the buzz their beef generated months back. The concept of the song is inspired by the everyday happenings at the clubs where men can not control themselves upon seeing saucy ladies at the club. As usual, Freda owned her song by singing and rapping in all her two verses while at the later part of the song, Sista Afia surfaces with her short but catchy verse.
It is currently amassing huge impressions with over 21000 views on YouTube.
The video was directed by Mickey Johnson of PicPlus Philms. The visuals pleased the purpose of the song and also gave viewers a satisfied feeling.
Watch the video below