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‘I Have Proven My Doubters And Critics Wrong’ – MzVee Speaks About Her Success

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‘I Have Proven My Doubters And Critics Wrong’ – MzVee Speaks About Her Success

Ghanaian singer Vera Hamenoo Kpeda has said that she has proved her critics wrong after an article that claimed she wouldn’t be able to continue after she quit Lynx Entertainment. She’s currently a solo performer.

Following eight years of collaboration, Ghanaian Afro-pop musician Vera Hamenoo Kpeda, popularly known as MzVee, officially announced her departure from Lynx Entertainment on the 11th of September in 2019.

After she departed from Lynx and her reintroduction to the music industry, many people, such as Blogger George Britton, felt MzVee’s return was not as strong after quitting her previous record label Lynx Entertainment. However, she strongly opposed it.

In an interview with Amansan Krakye, the Daavi star said that her successes since quitting Lynx Entertainment have proven her doubters and detractors wrong.

“Oh, I’ve absolutely proven my detractors wrong, I mean, people have to learn to be patient.”

“I left Lynx and you want me to do what in a year, so everything is a slow process and I’m a really patient person.”

“I knew this day would come and people would realize how much work I put into my art, so I wasn’t scared at all at first,” she explained on Kastle FM.

Former Lynx Entertainment artiste released a single featuring the most talented Nigerian artist Tiwa Savage “Coming Home,” produced by Kizzy Beatz, with Andy Midjitey as the visual director. The song is sung in Pidgin in both Nigerian and English.

MzVee and Nigeria artist on the beat is always a popular song. She’s made a song that features Yemi Alade and was awarded the year’s best music video in the 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

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The 29-year-old Afropop artist broke into the music scene in 2012 and was the lead singer for Lynx Entertainment girl band D3. The group released a couple of songs, such as “Good Girls Gone Bad” and “Gyani Gyani,” before breaking up in 2013.

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