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Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah popularly known as Mzbel, born 26 December 1979 is a Ghanaian Hiplife artist and one of the most popular singer in Accra, Ghana. She is known for her controversial traits, Mzbel has always played controversial music and followed it up with controversial comments that are sure to get her fans talking.

Belinda was born on Boxing day to Mr. Albert A. Amoah, an engineer and Mrs. Agnes Nyarko. She is the last of seven female children. She grew up in James Town, she attended the God wisdom preparatory school and continued to Kole Gonno 1 and Owusu Mills JHS at Mamprobi a suburb of Accra for her Junior high school education.

Mzbel then continued to pursue her secondary school education at Abuakwa State College. She studied General Arts majoring in Economics, Geography and French. She then applied to study at the Ghana Institute of Languages and trained to become a bilingual secretary.

While at the institute, she got wave of the fact that the Manifold tutorial college was offering a one-year course in Television production and enrolled, combining it with her course at the institute of languages, and studied public relations, Tv and Radio production.

After her course at the GIL and a stant with Manifold tutorial college, she earned an internship slot with GBC Radio 1 where she hosted a children's programme "mmofra kyepem". From GBC Radio 1 she joined Groove Fm [now Adom Fm] as an intern and co-hosted a child focused programme titled kids on Groove.

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