Musician MzVee has admitted that she experienced burnout at one point in her career, which partially caused her to leave Lynx Entertainment.
The artist, real name Vera Hamenoo-Kpeda, said the industry’s exhaustion was too much for her to bear.
The Natural Girl singer explained why she left the legendary record label after seven years in an interview with E Vibes.
“Like I said, even in our conversation today, I mentioned how exhausting it was to go from being who I was in my modest home to entering this vast world of show business. So it came to a point where I was simply exhausted. People switch professions, attend different classes, travel, and take holidays, and it just got to the point where I was exhausted,” she said to Becky.
MzVee stated that she entered a “very dark place” as a result of her past experiences and recurring problems.
“And as I’ve already mentioned, as a child I was very shy and kept things to myself out of fear, so whatever issues I had with anyone, I kept to myself.
“So I believe the problems were long-standing. It was just so much, and as I matured, I realized some things I hadn’t known when I was younger. It simply exhausted me, so I went into this dark, deep place, quit my record company, and unfollowed a huge number of individuals on social media, some of whom might be looking. I apologize, I tried to follow everyone back after unfollowing a lot of them when I returned.
MzVee has five albums to her name. She began her solo career with her first single, “Borkor Borkor.”
She collaborated with many musicians on her 2014 debut album, Re-Veelation, including Stonebwoy, VIP, Shatta Wale, Richie Mensah, M.anifest, and Didier Awadi.
In November 2015, MzVee released Verified, the follow-up to her well-received debut album.
At the 2016 Ghana Music Awards, the album garnered MzVee seven nominations, including Album of the Year and Record of the Year for the single “Abofra,” which features Efya.
DaaVee, her eagerly awaited third album, was released in May 2017.
Mzvee released her inVeencible in 2020. Sarkodie, Mugeez, Efya, Medikal, Kelvyn Boy, Kojo Funds, and Nigeria’s Falz were among the artists who appeared on the album.
MzVee’s fifth album, 10 Thirty, which she claims represents new beginnings for her, was released on June 24, 2022. Every Saturday at 8:30 am, E Vibes airs on JoyNews. Playbacks will be available to viewers on Fridays at 6:30 p.m. and Sundays at 10:30 a.m.