- Veteran Ghanaian musician Mzbel has released her much-anticipated single ASIBOLANGA on October 28, 2022
- The single is her first release of the year and is said to be a diss song to her longtime rival Afia Schwarzenegger
- Fans of MzBel and music lovers have shared their thoughts on the newly released single on social media
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After taking a break from releasing music, Mzbel is back to show fans she still got it in her. The veteran Ghanaian singer Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah returned to the music scene with ASIBOLANGA, a term commonly used by her socialite friend Nana Tornado. The said term has been used to refer to Ghanaian actress Afia Schwarzenegger, who is MzBel's longtime rival. Due to the nature of the lyrics and the song artwork, many believe ASIBOLANGA is a diss song to Afia.
The Sky Beatz-produced single was originally set for release earlier this month, but MzBel was unable to drop it then.
To announce the song's release, MzBel shared a lyric video on her verified social media account.
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Ghanaians Share Their Thoughts on MzBel's ASIBOLANGA
YEN.com.gh compiled reactions to the song from MzBel's Instagram comment section and other social media platforms
But you know you’re talented right?
I waited paa, we masqueraders are using it as marching song this Xmas ❤️
We don’t want this one , I want the old version
Whoever told @GoddessMzbel to change the direction of the song has given us a banger on our hands into December.
You See How @GoddessMzbel Arranged the “terms” of Nana Tonardo on that Crazy Beat?It only Takes a Creative Artiste to do that! Subtract the “Profane”
Abeiku Santana Apologizes to MzBel For Derogatory Comment
YEN.com.gh earlier reported on Ghanaian media personality Abeiku Santana accepting he disrespected Ghanaian singer MzBel when he called her a former artist. The radio and television host shared a photo of the veteran singer and captioned it, "I'm sorry I called MzBel a former artist."
His apology sparked mixed reactions from social media users as most people believed his apology was not enough.
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