She has had some chart topping songs since she joined the music industry but Dancehall artiste MzVee says of all her hits, Come and See My Moda remains her greatest.
In an interview with Graphic Showbiz, MzVee said that song did something wonderful for her.
“If you ask me what my greatest and favourite song is, I would go for Come and See My Moda and my second best is Sing My Name.
“These two songs did magic for me; when I look at my streams and downloads, these two songs still lead. None of my other songs have been able to bring me the income those two songs brought to me,” she said.
MzVee also disclosed that Come and See My Moda was really big outside Ghana. “Nigeria and other African countries really enjoyed Come and See My Moda. The response I had any time I performed the song made me aware that the song had travelled far,” she said.
It appears the former Lynx entertainment signee is bent on keeping the high profile outside Ghana as she features Nigeria’s Tiwa Savage on her latest song Coming Home.
On the song, released on Friday, October 8, MzVee expresses her affection for her partner and promises her lifetime commitment to him. She points out that love is sweet when one finds the right partner to share memorable moments with.
Tiwa Savage joins the lovefest on the second verse saying her lover should always remember what they have together and treat her well since she’s a jealous type who doesn’t share her man.
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MzVee, who has other songs such as Natural Girl, Borkor Borkor, Hold Me Now, Rewind, I Don’t Know, Dancehall Queen and Daavi said she hoped that Coming Home does very well on the music market.
“My team and I are going all out to make sure this song goes viral, we are doing promotions in Ghana and in Nigeria. The video is already receiving great comments on YouTube and that is a sign that the song is good,” she said.
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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