Pulse.com.gh logo
Go


"Marriage can wait" Music is my number 1 priority - MzVee

MzVee added she would want to marry and settle down some day but she will not allow that or children stop me from achieving her dreams

  • Published:
MzVee play

MzVee

Marriage and children are largely considered as a sacred institution which everyone might want to probably leave everything for but the BET Best International Viewer’s Choice nominee, MzVee, says not even that can stop her from pursuing her music career.

“I would want to marry and settle down some day but I will not allow that or children stop me from achieving my dreams. I have the passion for music and that is what I want to do so yes its music all the way, music is my life".

 “That is not to say that I will not have time for my family, of course I will but I will not give up singing or music simply because I have settled down or I am a mother,” she told livefmghana.com The "Gimme Dat" hit maker mentioned the likes of American singer Beyonce and Ghanaian lelelege singer, Mzbel as people she looks up to in relation to matters of having children and not giving up on music.

 “ Lets us take a look at Mzbel and Beyonce, they have children but they are still in the music business, they make time for their families as well us making time for the studio and recording songs. Mzbel took time off the screens to have a baby and she is back.”

 “For me I think it all boils down to the kind of partner you have, if I have someone who will love me and understand my job, I am sure, it would not be much of a problem at all when issues like these come up,” she added.

Commenting on her BET nomination she said; “I was excited and surprised but I think it only calls for hard work. Even though I did not win, it means that if I should work hard, I will one day also bag a BET award and I want to thank my fans and team for throwing their weight behind me and believing in me.”

Born Vera Hamenoo  Kpeda, MzVee is a student at Ghana Telecom University. She was the lead singer in the defunct all-girl group, D3 and she won the Unsung Artiste of the Year at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. She is popular for songs like Borkor Borkor, Harmatan, Natural Girl, Revolution, Dancehall Queen, Re-Vee-Lation, Gimme Dat and My Everything.

Source: LiveFM

Do you ever witness news or have a story that should be featured on Pulse Ghana?
Submit your stories, pictures and videos to us now via WhatsApp: +233507713497, Social Media @pulseghana: #PulseEyewitness & DM or Email: eyewitness@pulse.com.gh.

Recommended Articles

Recommended Videos




Top Articles

1 Songs of the month 10 hottest Ghanaian songs of March 2018bullet
2 Fun facts 5 things you didn’t know about Supa (Ghana 2Pac)bullet
3 The hit list! 5 best Kuami Eugene songsbullet
4 Songs of the month Top 10 Ghanaian songs of April 2018bullet
5 Did you see? 7 hidden messages in Shatta Wale’s “The Reign”...bullet
6 The Reign! 10 best Ebony Reigns songs of all timebullet
7 I regret not collaborating with Ebony – Wendy Shay revealsbullet
8 Ghana 2Pac Supa talks growing up, music, favourite...bullet
9 Music Video Wendy Shay drops third single 'Astalavist'...bullet
10 Naija Combo How to dance shaku shaku in these simple stepsbullet

Top Videos

1 Video Akwaboah - Hold Me Down ft. Efya & TxTbullet
2 Music Video Bisa Kdei - Fakyebullet
3 Video KiDi - Thunderbullet
4 Video Wendy Shay drops new song titled 'Astalavist' (Official Video)bullet
5 Video Obibini - Ahye Me feat. KiDibullet
6 Video S3fa - Odo Yewubullet
7 Video Diana Hamilton - Mo Ne Yo (Well Done)bullet
8 Music Video Victor AD - Wetin We Gainbullet
9 Music Video Kiyo Dee - Juicebullet
10 New Song Samuel Owusu of TV3's Talented Kids releases...bullet

Music

X
Advertisement