Ghanaian Afropop and dancehall artiste, MzVee has revealed that she has no plans of bowing out of music, meaning she will be in the music business for the rest of her life.
MzVee made this known during an interview on Kasapa FM’s K-Entertainment with Kojo Preko Dankwa, MzVee said, “I want to do music for the rest of my life hopefully because I’m not an office type of person.”
The ‘Natural Girl’ hitmaker added that even though she offered Business Management in school but music has always been her dream and therefore wouldn’t do anything apart from music.
“I am currently studying Business Management in School but I’m not an office type of person, though the Music job is demanding, I prefer it to sitting at one place,” MzVee added.
On the question of whether her parents support her she said:
“My parents were not sure of me, but I had to prove them wrong, and now they are happy and proud of me.”
MzVee came into limelight when she released single, ‘Borkor Borkor’ featuring VIP.
She has since been one of the top Ghanaian female artistes following some great tunes such as, ‘Sing my name’, ‘Abofra’ and the likes.
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MzVee happens to be first Ghanaian female artiste to get a nomination for the BET Awards. She is currently promoting her ‘Come and see my Moda’ which features Yemi Alade and actor Chris Attoh in the music video.