Songstress MzVee has said to her fellow industry people to admit that the music industry needs a greater help. MzVee said this as a result of controversy that is ongoing in the music industry after Burner Boy and Wizkid won awards in this year’s edition of the GRAMMYS.
MzVee made this statement when she was being interviewed by Graphic Showbiz. MzVee is one of the few ladies who have been nominated in Black Entertainment Awards (BET) and she is appealing that the Ghanaian Music Industry needs help.
“Most often we talk and act as if we can do things on our own, but that is not the truth, we all need help in some points of out life and I believe our music industry is not different. We first have to admit we need help, put down the kind of help we need and move on. As for the talent we have it, we have what it takes. There are people in the industry doing great things and every time new people come up who are doing amazingly well but because we don’t know we need to get to that level, we are always left out” MzVee stated
MzVee is currently promoting her music video called ‘you alone’ which was shop in partnership with Trace Tv
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