Dancehall artiste, born Vera Hamenoo–Kpeda, known within showbiz circles as MzVee, says she loves the title ‘Dancehall Queen’.
In an interview with Mic Gizo on the Showbiz Review, the ‘Harmattan’ hit maker said “I won’t say I’m not the ‘Dancehall Queen’, I love the title and I get swollen headed when my fans call me the ‘Dancehall Queen’.”
“It means they really love what am doing and I appreciate it,” she added.
Expressing her view on the rumors that she revived Lynx Entertainment, the former member of girl band D3 said “me saying I have revived them will be super wrong, they have actually really helped me.”
“When I started with my girl band D3, it was even hard for them to have time for us because there was too much they were doing, right now I think they have found space for me cos they see I’m promising,” she continued.
Commenting on why she chose dancehall over other genres of music, MzVee said “When you trying to get the attention of people in a very new space, you have to grab the attention the best way you can.”
“At the time I started singing, dancehall was what was jamming everywhere. Though I’m very versatile we decided to start with dancehall so I can get the attention of people.”
She concluded that, “I’m not in any competition, I’m just having fun, so if people are in competition with me, I have never heard of.”
MzVee is known for songs like ‘Natural Girl’, ‘My Everything’ featuring Shatta Wale, ‘Borkor Borkor’ featuring Zeal and ‘Come Over featuring Stonebwoy.
She was voted the ‘Unsung Artiste of the Year’ in 2014 which was her first appearance on the Vodafone Ghana Music Award stage.
This year, Mzvee was nominated for the ‘Artiste of the Year’, ‘Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year’, ‘Best New Artiste of the Year’, ‘Reggae Dancehall Song of the Year’, and ‘Best Female Vocal Performance’.