AFROPOP/Dancehall artiste, MzVee who took a two-year- hiatus from music has revealed the love showed her since her come-back this year has been more than she expected.
The reception is even more than what she had before she went on the break and she can only be grateful for the show of affection.
“I’m really grateful for the love, truth is, I was not expecting it like that and I am grateful to everyone. I must say, the love and affection shown me since I my come back is more than before and I’m humbled.
“You see, there are others who take a break, come back and it doesn’t work out for them but I have been showed something different,” she told Graphic Showbiz on Tuesday, June 23,2020.
It was her birthday and Graphic Showbiz together with Daddy’s Pizza had gone to wish her happy birthday and to gift her with boxes of pizza to mark her day.
In an answer to if it was worth coming back afterall, she answered in saying, “of course, I mean, music is what I do, I love music so yes it has been worth it, it was very necessary that I come back and I’m glad I did.”
Has there been any regret since her music journey started, she said, “no, I am not one of those who concentrate on regrets, I believe everything we go through are life lessons, the mistakes, they all make us better people”, she added.
MzVee, real name Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda is a singer, Afropop, Dancehall and R&B artiste. Her debut solo album features several hit singles including ‘Borkor Borkor’, ‘Natural Girl’ and ‘Dancehall Queen’.
MzVee was signed to the record label, Lynx Entertainment and was the winner of the New Artiste of the Year award at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards. She parted ways with Lynx Entertainment in the year 2019.
She took a break from music from 2017 to 2019 explaining she was battling with depression at the time.
Her come back was accompanied by three singles, Sheriff, Baddest Boss and Who Are You which she is currently promoting.
Source: Graphic Showbiz
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