Ghanaian singer, Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda has stated that she has proven her critics wrong following a report that she won’t make it after leaving Lynx Entertainment.
After 8 years of working together, Ghanaian Afro-pop musician, Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, better known as MzVee on September 11, 2019, officially parted ways with Lynx Entertainment
Following her exit from Lynx and reintroduction into the music scene, many individuals, like blogger George Britton, felt MzVee’s comeback was weak after she severed company with her old record label, Lynx Entertainment, but she passionately disagreed.
In an exclusive interview with Amansan Krakye, the Daavi hitmaker stated that her success since leaving Lynx Entertainment has proven her detractors and sceptics wrong.
“Oh, I’ve absolutely proven my detractors wrong, I mean, people have to learn to be patient.”
“I left Lynx and you want me to do what in a year, so everything is a slow process and I’m a really patient person.”
“I knew this day would come and people would realize how much work I put into my art, so I wasn’t scared at all at first,” she explained on Kastle FM.
MzVee’s re-entry into the music industry, according to media personality and artiste manager George Britton, was poor, which is why Ghanaians aren’t receiving more of her.
“When I heard those harsh remarks, I wasn’t scared since there were a lot of positive ones, so I concentrated on that and kept doing what I had to do,” she said.