‘I Took Longer Than A Year To Complete My Album’



Female Ghanaian dancehall/afrobeat artiste, MzVee, has revealed that her recent album dubbed “10 Thirty” emerged from a couple of records she produced during her hiatus in the entertainment space.

In an interview on Y107.9 FM’s “YLounge” with Princess AJ, the sensational singer shared that the release of her compilation records was geared to celebrate her 10 years in the music space and her 30th birthday.

“Honestly I can say a year but I’m pretty sure it’s been longer than a year. Because these are songs from like times, I’ve been recording them we decided to release something to celebrate 10 years and me turning 30 years. We sat down and picked from songs that I have recorded over time. So I’m sure it’s been songs recorded over a year,” she said.

“My favourite so far is the one with Dr. Tiwa Savage,” MzVee disclosed while commenting on which song on the album list was her favourite.

MzVee further indicated that she has a tough call to make on which music would have a visual, as she noted that she would love to make videos for almost every song on the album.

“It’s a tough call for me and a battle between the songs on the album. I want to shoot for ‘Turn Up’, ‘Dumebi’ the one that most people are doing a challenge on, but the plan is definitely to shoot for most of the songs if not all of them,” she added.

MzVee’s fifth studio album, “10 Thirty”, showcases her thrilling musical taste. Some of the top musicians from the African continent are represented on the album, including Tiwa Savage, Bella Shmurda, Yemi Alade, Stonebwoy, Kofi Kinaata, Kwesi Arthur, and Tanzanian music icon Harmonize.