‘We don’t owe it to anyone to release songs’ – Reggie Rockstone on VVIP’s dormancy


For a group that has been pertinent for quite a while, the dormancy of Hiplife group, VVIP, is one that brings up certain issues, particularly about what they have been up to and why they are not releasing hits and banger like they used to.

One of its last addition to the group, Reggie Rockstone, who is famous for originating the Hiplife genre in Ghana has however said that the group doesn’t owe it to their fans to release songs.

The hiplife grandpapa said; “You won’t find two legendary brands coming together as one. Reggie Rockstone is a solid brand on its own and VIP is equally a fantastic brand. These two brands coming together make a perfect combination.

“We are not some underground artistes looking for fame. We do things at our own pace and no one can pressure us on when to release a song,” he added.

He therefore made it clear that himself, Zeal and Prodigal, were setting out on solo projects until further notice.

“Although we are embarking on our solo projects, the group is still very solid and very relevant now. In the space of four years we gave Ghanaians back to back hits. Songs such as Skolom, Selfie, OMG (Oh My Goodness), Dogo Yaro just to mention a few, which were all hits, and that should tell anyone that when we want to give Ghanaians hit songs, we just do it,” he ended.


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