New signees of Lynx Entertainment, Dope Nation, have disclosed they are yet to see label mate Mzvee since they officially got signed onto the record label.
The duo, made up of twin brothers Micheal Boafo popularly known as B2 and Tony Boafo known as Twist, was in late April signed onto the label, prior to the release of Zanku, their first official single under the label.
They were expected to join the likes of Kuami Eugene, Kidi and Mzvee, but they say they are yet to see Mzvee at the label since they officially joined.
Mzvee was in early April rumoured to have left the label, following an observation that she had not release any new song under the label for a long while and that she had changed her booking details, which initially were in the name of Lynx Entertainment.
But the head of the label, Richie Mensah, dismissed the rumours, insisting Mzvee was still with the label, except that she was “doing music professionally”.
But two months down the line, when Dope Nation has settled in the label, they tell 3FM’s Drive host, Giovani Caleb, they are yet to see and meet MzVee.
“The last time we saw [MzVee] was when we were producers and haven’t signed with Lynx Entertainment,” they told Giovani, Thursday.
According to them, they have not had time to ask her whereabouts because they have been busy with their tour to promote their new single, which is currently enjoying massive airplay in the capital.
Coming into the limelight with their ‘Eish’ hit song, the duo hinted they will be in Sunyani in the Bono Region next week as part of their Zanku promotional tour.
The duo also used the opportunity to dismiss rumours that they are not in good terms with EL whom they regard as their godfather.
By Maame Adjoa Cann|3news.com|Ghana