The former Lynx Entertainment label artiste recently bounced back with a dancehall single, titled “Sheriff”, after two years hiatus.
The song pronounces the sassy songstress as the queen of dancehall music in Ghana.
“Sheriff” has received huge praise and thumb-ups on from fans and industry people. The video for the song has garnered over 60,000 views on YouTube since its release.
The video has been shared by several accounts on social media. However, Wendy Shay found it appropriate to praise herself for sharing the video and also called on fellow musicians to lend their support to each other.
She shared the video on her Instagram page saying it’s her wish to see every Ghanaian artiste supporting each other, adding that the visual for the song is ‘wicked’.
“My wish is to see every Gh artiste support their own ..How about posting each other’s song ..Wicked visuals @mzveegh welcome back Vee,” she captioned a snippet of the video.
MzVee responded by agreeing with her, saying ‘at the end of the day it’s Ghana we are all trying to put on the map.”
She wrote: “That’s it! Bless you love! @wendyshayofficial at the end of the day it’s Ghana we are all trying to put on the map!”
Most of her fans agreed but some refused to concur. “Comot for der do you even post your own record label artiste visuals nor promote her music on your page,” Instagram user ‘nene_dakye_jnr’ fired.