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I achieved what I wanted at BET Awards

The event held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, United States of America on Sunday, June 26 saw Black Coffee from South Africa emerge winner of the Best International Act: Africa category.

MzVee at 2016 BET Awards
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The event held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, United States of America on Sunday, June 26 saw Black Coffee from South Africa emerge winner of the Best International Act: Africa category.

Black Coffee beat competition from Yemi Alade, Wizkid, AKA, Cassper Nyovest, Diamond Platnumz, Serge Beynaud and MzVee.

Speaking on Pluzz FM’s Am Pluzz, MzVee said her nomination opened doors for her, adding that it was exciting representing Ghana at the event.

“I am excited about my nomination and I went out there to connect and also have fun and I achieved that,” she said.

MzVee will not disclose whether or not she has made efforts to get international collaborations but promised her fans she has something great for them.

“I don’t think I can speak on that now but my fans should expect something big from me this year. This year is going to be a good year for me and my fans,” she noted.

The ‘Natural Girl’ hit maker is the first female Ghanaian artiste to be nominated in the category. Male acts who earned nominations for Best International Act: Africa in previous years are Kojo Antwi (2010), D Black (2011), Sarkodie (2012, 2014, 2015), R2Bees (2013) and Stonebwoy (2015).

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