Hiplife and Afrobeats songstress Mzbel has disclosed that her music focus is to create mood for people to enjoy sex.

According to the "16 Years" hitmaker, whose legal name is Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah, she makes creative music that people can listen to while enjoying sex with their partners.

"I make good music...I am called MzBel because I make good music not because people insult me. I make music that people can enjoy," she told Hitz FM.

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She was reacting to Mark Okraku Mantey's comment about her 'irrelevance' in the industry when she made the revelation.

The two have been throwing jabs at each other for some time now whenever they get the opportunity to.

Mzbel, this time around, said Mark Okraku Mantey was irresponsible to have downplayed her music.

Mark recently alleged the singer's alliance with the top executives of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) enabled her to get some gigs to play.