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Here Are 5 Reasons Why MzVee Is The Perfect Ghanaian Artiste



'I Have Proven My Doubters And Critics Wrong' - Songstress MzVee Speaks About Her Success After Leaving Lynx Entertainment

Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda has become something of a national darling since she burst onto the scene back in 2012.

Since then, MzVee, as she’s more commonly known, has been the voice behind a number of the biggest hits of the last decade and acknowledged as one of the nation’s best female artistes in the 21st century.

Despite a decade of almost unparalleled success and consistency, a few people still seem to need some more convincing about MzVee’s greatness.

Well here are five reasons why the ‘Natural Girl” deserves all the plaudits and much more.

Teenage prodigy
While she may be known as a solo talent now, Vee got her beginnings as a third of the all-girl trio D3.

Despite the group breaking up not long after, their first single ‘Bad Girl’ was a massive hit, with Vee, in particular, coming in for a lot of praise. Her talents were apparent even at such a young age.

Collaboration queen
Being a solo artiste doesn’t always mean you have to do it all alone and MzVee has shown that she can play very well with others. Many artistes, while great on their own, often struggle to strike the right balance when they pair up with others; MzVee isn’t one of them.

While keeping up her quality whenever she puts another artiste on her song, she constantly elevates every track she features on, turning it into an instant hit.

‘Natural Girl’, her collabo with Stonebwoy was a critical hit while other pairings with Yemi Alade (Come And See My Moda), Mugeez (Baddest Boss) and Patoranking (Say My Name), among many others, have been praised as well.

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Success without Lynx

Most artistes thrive on the back of the support from their record labels. Vee’s early years were held up by Lynx Entertainment and this partnership seemed to be a match made in heaven.

Her split from Lynx in 2019 was a shock and led to some suggestions that Vee’s career had run its course. Since going solo, however, the talented singer’s career has reached even greater heights.

InVeencible, her first album since leaving Lynx released at the end of 2020 was a smash-hit.

A diva of live/stage performances

In an era where live performances are a dime a dozen and ‘good’ live performances are even rarer, Vee remains a shining light. Able to hold an audience captive and leave them wanting more, Vee leverages her oral talents a lot more than most contemporary artistes.

Plus, she’s not a bad dancer either.

A woman of many talents

While many artistes, understandably worried about their careers crashing and burning, prefer to keep it simple and stick to what they know, Vee has not been afraid to branch away from her R&B roots.

Her Reggae/Dancehall Collaboration of the Year win at the 2017 Bass Awards and Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year nomination at the 2018 Ghana Music Awards are proof of her “Vee-satility” (wink, wink)

A bonus point – and this might be a tad biased – she’s Ewe and you can never go wrong with Ewe women.






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‘I’m Still In School Pursuing My Dreams Of Becoming A Medical Doctor’ – Philipa Baafi Reveals



'I'm Still In School Pursuing My Dreams Of Becoming A Medical Doctor' - Philipa Baafi Reveals

Gospel singer Philipa Baafi says she’s still pursuing her dream to become a Medical Doctor.

According to the ‘Go High’ hitmaker, she took time off music to study because she had always wanted to become a medical doctor growing up.

She said although she’s far advanced in age, “she still wants to pursue that dream because she believes destiny can be delayed but cannot be denied”.

“So I started my dream of becoming a medical doctor. I started with Physician Assistantship, and by the grace of God, I’m done for four years.

“I’m able to consult and do other things except for major surgeries. By next year, I’ll be going to level 300 of Medical School”, Philipa Baafi narrated.

Speaking on how she became a beauty therapist, Philipa Baafi revealed that she lost her parents early in life and was forced to discontinue her formal education for a while.

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“After Secondary school, I had to sit back for some time because I had other siblings. So it wasn’t rosy, but by God’s grace, I enrolled in FC Beauty School, and it took me to where I am now.”

“It’s good to wait on God, but while you wait, do something with your life. Don’t be idle, she advised
Philipa Baafi released her new single titled ‘Hallelujah’ last year.






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Kwaw Kese Blast Hot Prayers For The Release Of Shatta Wale



Kwaw Kese Blast Hot Prayers For The Release Of Shatta Wale

Ghanaian rapper Kwaw Kese has offered prayers for his colleague musician, Shatta Wale.

The rapper known in private life as Emmanuel Botwe, has offered a fervent prayer that his colleague is released from police custody soon.

This comes after he was arrested following his alleged fabrication of a story purporting he had been shot by an unknown assailant on Monday night.

Shatta Wale appeared before an Accra Circuit Court on Wednesday and was remanded into police custody for one week.

He has been charged with publication of false news and causing fear and panic that could see him being cautioned, fined, or jailed for three years if found guilty.

Taking to Twitter to say the prayer, the Abodam hitmaker made reference to his case in 2014.

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Kwaw Kese was arrested with some friends for smoking marijuana in a public place in Kumasi, sentenced today to imprisonment with a fine of GHC 1,200.

However, he added that it was his hope that the dancehall artiste does not suffer the fate he went through.






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Shatta Wale Remanded In Police Custody For 1 Week



JUST IN: Shatta Wale Granted Bail; Video Pops Up

An Accra Circuit Court has remanded dancehall musician, Shatta Wale for one week in police custody.

The controversial artiste, today, pleaded not guilty to a charge of publication of false news.

On October 19, the artiste turned himself in after the police had declared him wanted.

He had allegedly fabricated a story that he had been shot and receiving treatment, which turned out to be a hoax.

Two of his accomplices were charged with abetment of crime.

Police in a Facebook post says “they were remanded following a request by the police for their continued detention due to ongoing investigations on their alleged involvement in the publication of false information with the intention to cause fear and panic.”

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The self-styled Dancehall King, born Charles Nii Armah Mensah, is expected to reappear in court on October 28, 2021.

The court premises saw a mob of fans and sympathisers alike who wanted to catch glimpse of the artiste.

Some of the personalities present included Bulldog, Jupitar, Medikal, Captan among others.

Meanwhile, the Police Service has advised citizens against publishing false information capable of disturbing the country’s peace.




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