Ghanaian singer Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda known in the music industry as MzVee has said that some Ghanaian men are not serious.

Speaking on the Morning Zoo on Starr FM, MzVee said the attitude of some Ghanaian men inspired her hit song “Come and See ma Mother.”

The dancehall and RnB artiste noted some men would be dating a lady for more than six years yet they would not go to her home for the knocking ceremony.

According to her, it is only right for the man to take the initiative after that number of years to “knock” the doors of the girl’s mother to ask her daughter’s hand in marriage.

She added that this attitude doesn’t make the men serious, adding if a lady would take a man serious in a relationship he has “to go see the girl’s mother”.

Speaking to host Grandmaster Nii Ayi Tagoe over the weekend, she said: “”If you want to show your seriousness make it official, we girls are fragile.”


The 3rd edition of the Koforidua Technical University SRC Awards is here and as it has been over the successive years, the awards event which has been characterised with rewarding excellence will also see a number of top musical performances from a number of Ghanaian music stars.

Dominating music charts and taking the country by storm, the trio from Lynx Entertainment, Come And See My Moda hit maker MzVee, Kuami Eugene and Odo hit maker Kidi will headline much anticipated event which holds on May 12, 2018.

Other performers on the night will include Afropop artist Feli Nuna, Keeny Ice, Lord Paper and Harbour City Entertainment’s Shishiblishi hit maker and Unsung Act nominee at the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Real MC.

Running with the theme, Empowering Tomorrow’s Leaders Today, the event which holds at the Eastern Premier Hotel is scheduled to start at exactly 7pm and it’s expected to be the best awards event held in the history of the University.

With much enthusiasm and anticipation building up, the question remains who wins what at the 3rd edition of the Koforidua Technical University SRC Awards powered by Lumen Entertainment with sponsorship from Kasapreko Company Limited.

Koforidua Technical University SRC Awards 2018 is supported by UTV, Peace FM, Okay FM and Kaya Tours.


The much anticipated 10 years anniversary concert for Singer Rebecca Acheapong popularly known as Becca successfully happened at the National Theater on Saturday, October 21.

The event which had tall list of A-list Ghanaian and Nigerian musicians perform was honored by great personalities like Nana Konadu Agyemang, Kojo Antwi, Nana Adwoa Awindor, Iyiola Ayoade, Group CEO of Multiple Concepts Group and Charterhouse, Stacy Amoateng, Roselyn Ngissah, Toosweet Annan, Elikem Kumodzie and many others.

Becca’s parents were also present their daughter on her big day. Her father Mr. Acheampong and his wife who is Becca’s stepmother sat through the show to watch their daughter and her friends entertain the audience.

The “Forever” Singer’s biological mother, Julie Yiadom-Oti, joined her daughter on stage with a gift to climax the event. The songstress wore five different outfits before the decade commemoration concert ended on Sunday, October 22 2017

Artistes who helped to celebrate Becca at the concert included Bisa Kdei, MzVee, Kidi, Kuami Eugene, Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale and Shatta Michy, Kwabena Kwabena, VVIP, Joyce Blessing, M.I Abaga, Wizkid, Patoranking, Wande Coal, Mr. Eazi, Ice Prince and many others.

See all photo below:



Ghanaian Dancehall artiste, Vera Hamenoo Kpeda (popularly referred to MzVee) has backed actress Tonto Dikeh for opening up about her marital abuse.

Tonto Dikeh in an interview few weeks ago spoke about her failed marriage to her estranged husband, Oladunni Churchill and the ordeal she had to endure during the marriage.

During the interview, Tonto Dikeh insisted that she suffered domestic violence while she was with her husband.

“The domestic violence is real. How I lived to suffer it and go through it over and over again, I do not understand. Alot of people have blamed me. A lot of people have said a lot of things. I stayed back in my marriage, not because of my child, but because I loved my husband with all of my heart. I stayed because he begged me to stay a couple of times,” the beautiful actress revealed with tears in her eyes.

MzVee who made an appearance on the award-winning Celebrity Fanzone last Saturday on GH One expressed her support for the actress, arguing that it will help a lot more other people come out to share their abuses in marriage.

“I am happy she came out like that because if you have that many people following you and you are able to speak up on something like this like Jessica said, a lot of people will follow.”

MzVee however rejected arguments that Tonto Dikeh is sharing too much of her personal life after she doubled down on her claim in several Tweets on Instagram last week.

“The truth will always provoke lies. Laughing and dancing to my New song.

“Gun my feet. Drunk my feet. Liars the only thing you get right is your lies.

“Things yahoo boys do. I live you to God. Fraudster! Jesus won already. I’m too focused on positivity. Say no to domestic violence!

“Who reads the news of how you killed our unborn through domestic violence? Murderer!

“Same man who read your news should looking on your 419 schemes as well, “God over everything,” the embattled actress Tweeted.

MzVee argued, “If she’s been able to keep this story for this long, I don’t think she had it in mind to come and tell everybody every single thing that had happened and for her to be saying all these outrageous things, people must have been saying too many things to make her just go and keep going and going…”

Jessica Opare Saforo, co-host of Celebrity Fanzone also backed Tonto Dikeh for coming out but cautioned against sharing too much of our private lives on social media.

“If she is able to come out the way she did, to tell her story, she’s opened a whole box of the people who go through domestic violence. I think that she is saying too much. As people, we need to measure what we share. We share too much. It is the like the need to share every aspect of our lives on social media is blinding us from what actually matters,” Jessica cautioned.

Celebrity Fanzone now airs on GH One TV every Saturday at 9pm.


miss-malaika-2016-top-521-year-old Leah Brown has been crowned Miss Malaika Ghana 2016.

The University of Ghana Political Science and French student beat nine other contestants to win the crown at this year’s event at the National Theatre in Accra Saturday night.

For winning the title, Leah Brown drove home a brand-new Renault Captur Hatchback. She also received one year wardrobe supply of clothes, a trip to Dubai and a $10,000 education scholarship.

Amanda Edem Fiawosime, a Business Administration (Insurance) student at the University of Ghana and Delsey Hamilton Yankah, a Business Management student at the University of Cape Coast emerged first and second runner ups respectively.

The crowing of this year’s winner follows 13 weeks of intensive grooming and mentoring by the organisers, Charterhouse. The finale of the pageant witnessed performances from MzVee, Joey B and Lil Shaker.

Watch how the queen was crowned below:



tiffanyTiffany has given hints that she is putting together her debut album and has also zoomed in on her career after a nude video of her leaked on the internet.

Due to the several hits and award nominations that has to her credit one will easily be persuaded that Tiffany has about two or more albums recorded but the fact is she currently has no album as a recording artiste. Tiffany recently in an exclusive interview disclosed she is recording songs for her maiden album.

Although the name and release date of the album has not been set, Tiffany has recorded songs with Lousika, Efya and she is looking for to recording with Becca, Mzvee or Kaakie for the album.

According to Tifanny her first album will feature artistes from South Africa and Nigeria. The “fake London boy” hit maker anticipated that when the album is ready her fans will feel the crazy, fun, emotional and party side of her.

In 2014, a nude video of Tiffany was leaked on the internet which brought her under heavy criticism by Ghanaians and some sections of her fans, this incident almost ended her music career. In spite of the challenge, Tifanny has been able to push through and has overcome what nearly destroyed her brand.

Responding to how she was able to overcome the challenge, she stated that

“Me I know my purpose and I know what I am looking for and I feel like every human being goes through challenges in life being an artiste of a normal individual. People go through crises in life and I don’t think you have to let those things stop you from living so if you have been blessed with life and you still can breath you still be able to make something out of it. I don’t let anything I go through in life hold me back… and I have a strong team behind me.”

“No more” is her latest single and it’s gradually gaining traction on our airwaves.

Watch “No More” video below:

Source: Nii Ayi Mensah Lartey


African-stars-at-2016-BET-AwardsThe awards for the African categories of the 2016 BET Awards were held a day before the main event at the Microsoft Theater, on Sunday but that didn’t prevent our stars from showing up at the event in Style.

Ghana’s MzVee dazzled in her natural girl elements while Nigerian diva Yemi Alade made a bold fashion statement on the red carpet wearing a piece from celebrated designer Zuhair Murad’s 2016 Resort Collection.

Model and former Miss Malaika, Hamamat Montia sported a sexy yellow dress while Diamond Platnumz looked dapper and stylish and South African Rapper AKA. 

Here are photos of what some of them wore as well as full list of winners from the event:Yemi Alade 3 MzVee at BET Awards 2016 Jay Foley at BET Awards 2016 Hamamat at BET Awards 2010 Diamond Platinumz AKA at BET Awards 2016


MzVee 1Dancehall act Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, trade name MzVee, has landed in the United States of America where she’s slated to participate in the 2016 BET awards show.

MzVee was nominated for one award, the Best International Act – Africa, category – a nomination that turned heads back in her homeland. The ceremony would be held Sunday night at the Microsoft Theatre in LA.


MzVee would be competing for the award in a competitive category against Aka, Black Coffee and Cassper Nyovest from South Africa, Nigeria’s Wizkid and Yemi Alade, Tanzania’s Diamond Platnumz and Serge Beynaud of the Ivory Coast.

Sarkodie and Stonebwoy are the two other Ghanaian artists to have competed for the award in the past. Stonebwoy won the 2015 award.



Lynx Entertainment act MzVee has revealed that she come from a poor family.

The ‘Abofra’ singer who released her second album Verified last week said this while talking about how to end extreme poverty in Ghana as an ambassador for the World Bank’s End Extreme Poverty campaign.

The event organized by TEDxAccra took place at the World Bank office at Ridge in Accra.

“I grew up from poor background. I remember when I was young; my family of six were all staying in one bedroom in someone else’s house.

“But I’m glad my mom learnt catering which I will say helped my parent get out of extreme poverty. Now she has three restaurants and over 100 employees,” she said.


Okyeame Kwame
Okyeame Kwame

Okyeame Kwame aka Rap Doctor says he has a crush on television personality Gifty Anti Ansah.

He said this when he appeared on Touch Down’s Truth or Dare on Live 91.9 FM.

“I have a crush on Gifty Anti and I have always had a crush on her,” he said talking to Jeremie. Okyeame Kwame is married with two kids with his wife Annica and Gifty also got married few weeks ago to Nana Ansah Kwao in a highly publicized royal wedding.

Born Kwame Nsiah Appau, Okyeame Kwame has featured on so many albums of talented musicians and he thinks that he has achieved almost half of his dream.

He currently shot the video for his latest joint Small Small featuring Mzvee which is yet to be released.