Mzbel once had an established career. She banked a lot through her shows and album sales but most of her songs were marred with controversies and today she claims most of hit songs these days don’t make sense. What an irony
There are many circumstances when it comes to the concept of irony. We all have some instances. My girlfriend enjoy cold milk with butter bread while advicing me about the dangers of some foods. The current government telling us they wouldn’t take loan and then……
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Everyone knows one ironic instance but I think one that tops it all in the entertainment industry is Mzbel.
A statement from an interview had musician Mzbel tell viewers about the current situation about the music industry.
She stated that hit songs that are done today holds no substance. Hit songs of today are just noise and nothing valuable.
NOW MZBEL, THIS IS WHAT I CALL AN IRONY.
Mzbel is one of the biggest artist in her time. No doubt she released hit songs and she frequently collaborated with the late Castro the Destroyer.
I vividly remembered when she released “16 years”, a song that spoke about harassing of young ladies and also giving us the jam of our lives.
Not forgetting the super love hit song “im in love” featuring Castro. Now im stating this for a fact; Mzbel had some good songs but her music was never the focus of fans.
Just like Ebony Reigns, she made jams and hit songs but no one will ever remember that. She was labelled a sex symbol and it drastically affected her career.
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So I wasn’t even surprised when she stated that she saw her young self in Ebony Reigns. But when it came to hit songs that held no substance, Mzbel would be listed in the hall of fame.
I mean the lady released a trashy song called “Saucy Girl” which was a cringe worthy song that made my ears bleed.
She also released a song (I don’t even want to remember) where she was cutting a phallus looking sausage with a pair of scissors. Her voice was just filled with noise making, auto tune filled, valueless lyrics and a predictable controversy as a music video.
I love Mzbel with my heart. She is part of the movement that made the music industry what it is but she is in no position to even comment about the current system of music in Ghana.
At least One Corner might be trash, but it is the biggest hit song Ghana has ever produced.
Long Live Ghana Music.