Coming back to the Ghanaian music scene after a long break as a musician and getting accepted back is never an easy job for musicians. It’s even worrying particularly when you’re a female musician, because the music industry is obviously a male dominated one. Hence it tends to be difficult for the females to breakthrough generally.
Yes, everybody has their ups and downs, and that’s what makes you tougher as an individual. Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, affectionately called MzVee has strategically shown in her works (songs and music videos) that going on break as a musician is never the end of one’s career. Whatever the obstacles were, MzVee conquered them. The queen is back. Queen Vee is back. Daavi is completely back for good.
Calmly and professionally parting ways with Lynx Entertainment after 8 years of mutually working together, MzVee is presently running her own management team called Team MzVee (TMV).
Team MzVee for the past few months before and after the global pandemic Corona virus has remarkably awaken the sight and hearing senses of Ghanaians and the entire globe that Africa’s vocal goddess, MzVee is strongly back.
Narrating how she was robbed in South Africa with an amount worth over GH¢50,000 earlier this year before the lock down in Ghana shows how strong the 2015 BET International New Artist nominee is, after releasing four quality songs with first-class music videos for each song. Yes, this doesn’t happen in our music industry in Ghana, it’s very rare. But MzVee did it superbly. She has released four good songs with expensive videos in the quarter of the year. This is awestruck.
MzVee firstly released “Sheriff” – a PinkLane Project in January earlier this year. Video of “Sheriff” was directed by Rock Davis.
The next single MzVee released after “Sheriff” was “Who Are You”. It was released in February.
Likewise, MzVee actually demonstrated that she’s the “Baddest Boss” by featuring Mugeez (R2bees) on another unique record in May.
This particular song was produced by Nigerian music producer, Saszy Afroshi, mixed and mastered by Ghanaian record producer and sound engineer, Awal Alhassan, professionally known as Possigee.
The video was shot and directed by South African ace director, Justin Campos.
MzVee’s newest song, “Baby” is her fourth single this year. Yes, that’s her latest “Baby” that she’s chilling with. Unbelievably, this “Baby” had over 20,000 streams and 140,000 views on Africa’s biggest and fastest growing music streaming platform, Boomplay and YouTube respectively after a week of its release.
Currently, the video has over 192,00 views on YouTube and over 41,000 streams on Boomplay.
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.
MzVee’s media relation after her comeback has also been magnificent with countless media tours in Ghana. She has toured all the biggest media giants in the country including Media General (TV3, 3FM, Onua FM), The Multimedia Group (Adom TV, Joy News, Joy FM, Joy Prime, Hitz FM), Despite Media (Okay FM), Citi TV, Zylofon FM, Pan African TV, GHOne TV, TV Africa and Angel FM.
Though, the outbreak of the novel Corona virus affected MzVee’s plan of releasing two musical albums this year, the “Natural Girl” composer says she has an album for her dearly loved fans and music lovers across the globe.
Assuredly, MzVee is going to release another quality African inspired album this year and this certainly shows that she’s all set for the world to continue her legacy.
I personally believe that, as an individual you need to surround yourself with people who are going to lift you higher, and that’s the exact picture I see about MzVee’s new team of professionals, Team MzVee (TMV).
Kudos to MzVee and her team, they are exceptionally doing well. Our best wishes are always with you, MzVee. Long live MzVee, Long live Team MzVee, Long live Ghana music!!!