In the midst of all the growing controversy where many headlines held it over the weekend that Beatz Dakay has turned down Stonebwoy’s offer to return to BhimNation, Sierra Leonean Dancehall Superstar, Star Zee, drops her new joint with the BhimNation Boss, Stonebwoy.
“Leader” produced by Beatz Dakay is tipped to be the next big African Dancehall jam. The DoZ Queen (Star Zee) and this BhimNation link will go a long way to cement strong bonds between Ghana and Sierra Leone as both countries already have some historical connections.
QueenKong ‘aka’ Star Zee lyrically has proved herself why she is the biggest Dancehall crooner from Sierra Leone; a lyrically deadly female singjay who matches her male counterparts boot-for-boot on riddim and there wasn’t a single dull moment from her on the song from start to finish. The official video which already began heavy rotation in Ghana (on 4Syte TV, TV7 & others) as well as big rotation in Sierra Leone on AYV TV is due to take over other TV Networks across Africa.
Linda Samai), known popularly as Star Zee, the daughter of Mr. Patrick Samai (former vocalist in the military dance band) and Mrs. Sombo Samai (medical nurse) is a Sierra Leonean musician, born and raised in Freetown.
She enrolled in various performing arts group and was first exposed to the music industry at the age of 14 when she joined the Stress Inc Records. After passing all the auditions inStress Inc Records, Star Zee was automatically introduced in a group called Ladies day out (L.D.O). By then L.D.O comprised of 4 female artists (Star Zee, Lady Felecia, Julie and Thelma).
In December, 1998, the group (L.D.O) released an album titled “Focus On Africa”. Star Zee’s inputs on that album brought her great fame in the music industry in Sierra Leone and beyond; she however went solo and hasn’t looked back since.