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MzVee marks 10-year anniversary with ‘Destiny’

Ghana’s celebrated Afrobeat sensation, MzVee, has recently marked her impressive ten-year journey in the music industry with a thrilling anniversary celebration.

In conjunction with this milestone, she has delighted her fans by unveiling a brand-new single titled “Destiny.”

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MzVee, a two-time BET nominee renowned for her chart-topping track “Come and See My Moda,” is now treating her dedicated fanbase to this fresh Afrobeat and dancehall fusion.

This release comes on the heels of a decade filled with numerous chart-toppers, multiple award victories, and memorable performances on both local and international stages.

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“Destiny” offers music enthusiasts an enticing blend of mid-tempo Afrobeat vibes with a touch of dancehall, making it a track that is bound to be appreciated by a wide range of listeners.

In her latest song, MzVee empowers listeners with lyrics centered on personal triumph and taking control of one’s destiny. The track’s infectious and relatable lyrics resonate with anyone striving to overcome challenges while maintaining faith in their ability to achieve their goals.

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MzVee has ambitious plans to expand her reach across Africa and beyond, and a well-thought-out promotional campaign is in the works to achieve this goal. This release aligns with her upcoming tour in Australia scheduled for November 2023.

Notably, MzVee holds the record for the most nominations received by a Ghanaian female musician at the Ghana Music Awards, a testament to her consistent success over the past decade. Her impressive repertoire includes global hits such as “Sing My Name” featuring Patoranking and “Coming Home” featuring Tiwa Savage.

“Destiny” is brought to life by the expert production of renowned Ghanaian producer Kizzy Beats, and the music video is skillfully directed by American filmmaker Zack Manzella.

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