MzVee Part Ways With Lynx Entertainment

MzVee Part Ways With Lynx Entertainment

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MzVee and her Record Label Lynx Entertainment both took to social media to release a statement that they have parted ways. Sources close to the label indicates however that the termination was amicable and the two parties have agreed to corporate with each other to ensure the total execution of responsibilities towards each for the years to come.

This follows protracted speculations about the singer’s future at the label. During the year long silence from the music scene, MzVee and Lynx Entertainment consistently denied allegations that their relationship was estranged. The parties said the year long silence was to give the musician a break after years on the road.

Lynx Ghana took to Instagram to express their gratitude to the singer, wish her well and also assure her of their continued support. MzVee also took to social media to thank the label for how far they have brought her.

The songstress, one the finest female acts on the continent, has several hit songs and awards to show for her work in the last eight (8) years. In fact, some pundits dare to call her the most successful female Ghanaian act in the last decade.  She has been under the tutelage of Richie Mensah from the inception of her career, to the formative stages till now.

MzVee burst onto the Ghanaian music scene in 2012 as a lead singer of the girl band D3. She later launched her solo career with hit single ‘Borkor Borkor’ in January 2014; and went on to become the first artiste to win the ‘Unsung Artiste Award’ at the 2014 Ghana Music Awards. The feat was followed with the release of her career defining single ‘Natural Girl’. She went on to release more hits including Daavi, Come and see my Moda, Rewind, Sing My Name and Bend Down.

MzVee worked with Lynx Entertainment for 8 years during which she released 3 studio albums; Re-vee-lation (2014), Verified (2015) and DaaVee (2017) and served as brand ambassador for Beta Malt, Marie Stopes International, UNICEF and other notable organizations. It is important to state that the two parties have separated amicably and will continue to support each other.



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