Lady Bee on erotic dances
9 March 2018
CONTROVERSIAL female chanter, Lady Bee – real name Brenda Bechani – says her seductive and erotic dance moves have enticed fans and they are requesting for more sexy videos.
Lady Bee revealed that the decision of moving to comic videos has given her stress since some of her hardcore fans are not happy with the decision.
In an interview with H-Metro, Lady Bee the Dangerous Bharanzi said:
“I am having stress since I have moved to comic videos and my hardcore fans do not like the concept.
“This decision is even affecting my shows since in most of my tracks I will be performing on stage and have no sexy moves the likes of Chikwereti which is a bit comic.
“In order to make my fans happy, I am just going to give them the sexy moves on the coming videos and also at shows.
“I have got another song which is coming next week called Move so Slow which I did with Netherlands based female artiste Vimbai Zimuto.
“This song has got a video and it is one of my new projects which will make my fans happy so expect fireworks.”
She also opened up on her plans and achievements in the first quarter of the year.
“I have got one album so far but I have got many singles with videos which are rocking the Internet.
“I have got a song called Foni Yangu which I did with Guspy Warrior and Chikwereti which is rocking Zimbabwe. I have lost count of how many of my tracks have videos because I am not going back.
“About my new project this year, I have got coIIaborations with different artist the likes of Jahnoz from Mabvuku and Mimz from Bulawayo,” said Lady Bee.
“Talking about competition, I cannot be compared to any female Zimdancehall artiste because you cannot compare leather with rexene.
“I am surviving pretty well in the music industry because I have got a very good team and loyal friends who always support me whenever I need them.
“I have been doing a lot of shows in Bindura, Pagango Inn and also in Masvingo. Next week I will be in Murambinda so I am expecting fans to come in their numbers.”
“This year my work will do the talking whilst people gossip badly about my music and I will not go back.”