Ghanaian born Vera Hamenoo Kpeda is popularly known in the entertainment industry of Ghana as MzVee. She was born in South La Estates in Accra to Mr. Ernest Hamenoo-Kpeda, a businessman and Mrs. Florence Hamenoo-Kpeda a caterer. She has two older sisters and a brother.
She attended St Martin de Porres School in Accra for her basic school education. She moved on to St. Mary's Girls' Senior High School for her second school education.
MzVee first came into the Ghanaian music scene in the summer of 2012 as the lead singer of Lynx Entertainment’s girl band D3. The band, released hit singles such as 'Good Girls Gone Bad' and 'Gyani Gyani' before splitting at the end of 2013 due to educational commitments of the young group members.
She has been an active member and she has released more trending hit songs in her musical career. She is known as a singer who is active and bold in front of camera when she is singing. MzVee has has released numerous of her hit songs on her personalised instagram page to entertain her followers and fans.
She has recently posted her pictures on her instagram page and the pictures posted by her is causing massive waves on social media. Below are the pictures posted by MzVee on her instagram page trending on social media.
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