Ghanaian singer and songwriter

23 June 1992


Born on June 23, 1992, in South La Estates, Accra, MzVee grew up in a supportive family. She is the daughter of Ernest Hamenoo-Kpeda, a businessman, and Florence Hamenoo-Kpeda, a caterer.

07 November 2007


MzVee attended St Martin de Porres School in Dansoman, Accra, followed by St. Mary's Girls' Senior High School. She also studied Business Administration at Ghana Telecom University.

26 June 2012

Career Beginnings

MzVee's foray into the music industry began in 2012 as the lead singer of Lynx Entertainment's girl band, D3. The group enjoyed success with popular hits like "Good Girls Gone Bad" and "Gyani Gyani" before disbanding in 2013 due to educational commitments.

26 January 2014

Solo Career and Breakthrough

In January 2014, MzVee embarked on her solo career with the release of her debut single, "Borkor Borkor" (meaning "Slowly"). The song garnered attention and set the stage for her subsequent hit singles, including "Natural Girl" and "Dancehall Queen." Her debut album, released in November 2014, featured collaborations with notable artists such as Stonebwoy, VIP, Shatta Wale, Richie Mensah, Manifest, and Didier Awadi.

Recognition and Achievements
19 June 2015

Recognition and Achievements

MzVee's debut album's success earned her the New Artiste of the Year award na at the 2015 Ghana Music Awards. Her strong vocal abilities led to nominations for Female Vocalist of the Year at the same awards, as well as Most Promising Act at the 2015 Ghana Music Honors. She was also named Best Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2015 BASS Awards.

26 June 2015

Continued Success and Challenges

Following her debut album's triumph, MzVee released her second album, "Verified," in November 2015, which contained songs like “Hold Me Now”, “”Mensuro Obia”, “Show Me”, “Real Woman”, amongst others. The album received critical acclaim and garnered multiple nominations at the 2016 Ghana Music Awards. However, in 2017, she took a two-year hiatus from the music industry due to battling severe depression. During this challenging period, her friend Efya provided invaluable support until MzVee overcame her struggles.

26 June 2020

Return to music

In 2020, MzVee made a triumphant return to music with the release of her single, "Sheriff," marking her comeback after the hiatus. While plans to release two albums were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, she managed to release her album "inVeencible" in December 2020. The album featured collaborations with Sarkodie, Mugeez, Efya, Medikal, Kelvyn Boy, Kojo Funds, Falz, and Navy Kenzo.

Recent Projects
07 June 2022

Recent Projects

In June 2022, MzVee celebrated her 10th year in the music industry and turning 30 by releasing her fifth album, "10 Thirty." This ten-track album showcased her versatility and included collaborations with Nigerian musicians Bella Shmurda, Yemi Alade, Tiwa Savage, as well as Ghanaian musicians Stonebwoy and Kofi Kinaata.

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