Born Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, highly-acclaimed Ghanaian singer MzVee has officially released her highly-anticipated fifth studio album dubbed ’10Thirty’. Stream here: https://mzvee.lnk.to/10Thirty
The body of work comes as MzVee celebrates 10 years in the music industry and marks her 30th birthday, hence the title.
MzVee has defied all odds and maintained her relevance in the Ghanaian music scene since 2012. Over the past years, she has successfully dropped four albums with the most recent one being ‘InVEEncible’ released in 2020.
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This latest L.P is expected to showcase the beginning of a new journey for the songstress, as she recently turned 30 this June 23.
As already highlighted in a series of social media posts to hype the album, MzVee noted that “10 years in the Ghanaian music industry has been such a ride. #1030 album loading. Ready for the next chapter.”
In another post, she wrote “I will always love you vee. One day the world will hear your story.”
At a private listening session, MzVee described the body of work as a summary of her life’s roller-coaster ride.
On the album recording process, she indicated that “it was so much fun recording this album. It has different feels and it took like a year for me to finish. I recorded over 50 songs and we narrowed it down to 10 songs. It’s like the usual recording process. It’s mostly vibes. I wrote some of the songs on the album and I’m really proud of these songs because when I have a private listening in my home, some of the songs I wrote were people’s choice.”
The album comprises a good number of afrobeats feel-good vibes with production credit going to MzVee’s in-house music producer Kizzy Beats.
MzVee shocked the world when she got onto the red carpet at the recently-held VGMAs in a low-cut hairstyle, drawing the cameras’ attention. This was the first move to announce the forthcoming album.
The 10Thirty album houses ten songs with six collaborations featuring Harmonize, Kwesi Arthur, Bella Shmurda, Kofi Kinaata, Yemi Alade, Stonebwoy, and Tiwa Savage.