MzVee age, real name, family, education, songs, albums, record label, facts and Instagram

MzVee age, real name, family, education, songs, albums, record label, facts and Instagram

Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, stage name MzVee, is a female musician from Ghana. She raps and sings R&B, dancehall, and Afropop. She is known and loved by most in equal measure. Her songs bring joy, pleasure, and inspiration to its listeners. And to prove the love is real, MzVee has been able to win a couple of awards and got several nominations because of her music.

Mzvee

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She has been in the music industry for long and managed to maintain relevance. Her debut album graced the markets in 2014, and people could not get enough of it. The album had her hit singles Dancehall Queen, Natural girl, and Borkor Borkor. Since then, she has continued to furnish her audiences with quality music. Currently, she is under the Lynx Entertainment label. MzVee has not been involved in a major controversy. She has kept herself grounded and stuck to the basics. Here is all you need to know about her.

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Short profile

  • Full name: Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda
  • Stage name: MzVee
  • Date of birth: 23 June 1992
  • Age: 26
  • Nationality: Ghanaian
  • Occupation: Musician
  • Marital status: Not married
  • Parents: Ernest Hamenoo-Kpeda and Florence Hamenoo-Kpeda
  • Education: Ghana Telecom University

MzVee biography

Mzvee age

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What is the real name of MzVee? Which school did MzVee attend? These are some of the questions most of MzVee's fans want to find out. Fortunately, this article brings to light all that you need to know about the award-winning musician from Ghana.

How old is MzVee?

MzVee age is 26 as of the time of this publication. The rapper was born on June 23rd, 1992. She is fairly young and has a lot to achieve.

MzVee family

Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda was born to businessman, Ernest Hamenoo-Kpeda - her father, and caterer Florence Hamenoo-Kpeda - her mother. She was born in Accra, Ghana, where, they lived together. She has a brother and two sisters. One of her two sisters is well known in the country as a makeup artist. She is Marrgee. She has worked with a number of high ranking artists in Ghana as well as beyond the borders.

MzVee education

Mzvee age

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MzVee is well educated. She began her primary education at St. Martin de Porres School, located in Accra, Ghana. She then joined St Mary's Senior High School for her secondary education. She attained good grades that allowed her to join college. She enrolled in Ghana Telcom University for a course in Busines Administration. It was there, where she began pursuing her music career.

MzVee songs

  • Come and See My Moda
  • MzVee sing my name
  • DaaVi
  • Natural Girl
  • Bend Down
  • MzVee rewind
  • Mensuro Obia
  • We Run Dem
  • Abofra
  • Borkor Borkor
  • Hold Me Now
  • Dancehall Queen
  • I Don't Know
  • Tutu Gbovi
  • My Time
  • Dance Calypso
  • Nobody Else
  • End Poverty
  • Summa Dis Summa
  • My Everything
  • Nobody Has To Know
  • Do My Way
  • My Lover
  • Re-Vee-Lation
  • Feel Alright
  • Real Woman
  • Magic Illusion
  • Calypso
  • No Be Say I Like You
  • Bright Lights
  • Gyanyi Gyanyi
  • Gimme Dat
  • MzVee daavi

MzVee new song - My Holy Girl

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My Holy Girl is a dancehall song by MzVee featuring Ras Kuuku. At the moment, the song is only available in its audio format.

MzVee albums

She has three albums under her name. These are:

  • Re-Vee-Lation - 2014;
  • Verified - 2015;
  • DaaVee - 2017.

MzVee record label

MzVee is currently signed under Lynx Entertainment - a record label based in Ghana, founded by a songwriter, singer, and producer, Richie Mensah. The record label is linked to top names in Ghana's music industry, including Eazzy, KiDi.

MzVee facts

She launched her career with much success. Her very first performance was in 2012 as part of Lynx Entertainment’s girl band D3. The band released a number of well-performing songs such as Gyani Gyani and Good Girls Gone bad. The band, however, split in 2013 because of the different educational pursuits of individual band members.

After the split, MzVee started her solo career. She released her debut song Borkor Borkor in the first month of 2014. She released her second song, Natural Girl, shortly after. Natural Girl became an instant hit. The song won the Unsung Artiste Award in the Ghana Music Awards of 2014.

Her first album was released the same year, 2014. She featured great acts in Ghana, such as Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, M.anifest, VIP, Didier Awadi, and Richie Mensah.

The good performance of her first album prompted her to release her second album dubbed Verified in the third quarter of 2017. The album earned her seven nominations at the Ghana Music Awards held in 2016. She was nominated in various categories, including Record of the Year and Album of the Year. In 2017, she released her third album titled DaaVee.

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Awards and nominations

She has bagged several awards throughout her singing career. These awards include:

Won

  • Unsung Artiste of the Year
  • Best Discovery
  • Best Female Vocal Artist
  • Most Promising Act
  • Best New Artiste Of The Year
  • Best Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Best Female Artist Honour
  • Reggae Collaboration of the Year

Nominated

  • Artiste of the Year
  • Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year
  • Album Of The Year
  • Reggae Dancehall Song Of The Year
  • Best Female Vocal Performance
  • Best New International Artist
  • Best Urban Artist
  • Album of the Year
  • Songwriter of the Year
  • Reggae Song Of The Year
  • Afro-Pop Song Of The Year
  • Record Of The Year
  • Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year
  • Best International Act Africa
  • African Female Artist (Non-Nigerian)
  • Best Female West Africa
  • Best Female
  • Reggae/Dancehall Artist Honour
  • People's Choice Artist Honour
  • Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year
  • Best Female Vocalist
  • Overall Artiste of the Year
  • Best Female Video
  • Best Choreography Video
  • Artiste of the Year
  • Reggae Song of the Year
  • Performer of the Year
  • Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Dancehall Artiste of the Year
  • Reggae Video of the Year
  • Female Vocalist of the Year
  • Reggae/Dancehall Artiste
  • Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year
  • Collaboration of the Year
  • Afropop Song of the Year
  • Ghana Music Awards

MzVee came, saw, and conquered. Her name precedes her, thanks to all her awards. She is not only celebrated in Ghana but also on the world stage. If we were to tell her anything, 'thank you for the good vibes you are sending our way', would represent our position appropriately. Long live, MzVee!

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