Ghanaian Highlife singer KiDi has rubbished reports that Mzvee’s exit from Lynx Entertainment is as a result of fierce competition.
Few days ago, Ghanaians were shocked as they woke up to the news of Afro-pop singer Mzvee parting with her record label Lynx Entertainment.
Mzvee was the only signee under Lynx Entertainment until the addition of KiDi, Kuami Eugene and the latest to join is music duo Dope Nation.
Rumors surfaced in the media that Mzvee left because management’s resources were focused more on KiDi and Kuami Eugene.
In an interview with Lexi Bill on Joy Fm monitored by nanansem.com, the ‘ Gyal dem sugar’ hitmaker intimated that there was no such thing as competition among the artistes under the label.
KiDi touched on the relationship that exists between label mates and described it as one that was friendly without any bad blood.
“Everybody has different projects they are working on, when she was there, we used to all vibe together and do stuff. We all help each other to grow.” KiDi stated.
It was alleged that Lynx Entertainment were a ‘male’ biased record label as the outfit counted all female singer including D3 members, Mzvee, Feli Nuna and Eazzy exited.
However, KiDi squashed these allegations clearly positing that gender plays no role in his record label.
“Every human being at some point is difficult to manage. Two people working together are bound to have disagreements or something else can come to play,” he said.
The ‘For Better For Worse’ singer added that he is not enthused about MzVee’s exit.
“Breakups no matter how mutual it is always a sad thing,” he added.