The project is powered by Red Panther Music and Rave Record, Germany. Also, the project seeks to empower and encourage collaborations between female Reggae & Dancehall musicians in Ghana and across the globe.
"Sin City" details the story of a busy couple who tries to give their love life a boost by taking impromptu weekend trips only to find their relationship tested in unexpected ways.
She says she has rejected several profitable deals and brand endorsements purely because those deals don't fall in line with her brand.
The 12-track album, "Story of the African Mob" has MzVee on track 2, titled "Good Time".
Similarly, MzVee was recently awarded a plaque by Boomplay music for hitting 500,000 streams on their platform with her hit song ‘Come and See My Moda’ which featured Nigerian Afropop singer, Yemi Alade. Presently, the song has over 600,000 streams.
The official music video has also chocked over 140,000 views on YouTube.
"He's weak for calling me weak" was the songstress' reply to host Cookie Tee when asked about the said statement from George.
Speaking to Jerry Justice on Adom FM's Ofiekwanso on Monday, August 17, MzVee disclosed that she learned what she was not doing right in those dark days and right now communication which used to be one of her weaknesses is not a problem for her.
The composer decided to use actions to clearly show that she loves her "baby" and that is a good thing. The composer has really depicted her level of maturity as far as the video of this piece is concerned. This piece can be said to be a B+ piece.
In a surprise to the Daavi hitmaker on his Show on Monday morning, August 17, Andy Dosty revealed that MzVee's beauty coupled with her silky voice and artistic persona was deserving of a queenly tag, hence her new name, "Queen Vee".