Sheâ€™s called her latest album inVeencible, and itâ€™s full of banging tracks featuring the likes of Sarkodie, Kojo Funds, Efya and Falz.
But MzVee hasnâ€™t always felt this strong.
Despite being one of Ghanaâ€™s most successful female artists, two years ago she almost gave up music. It turns out that this seemingly confident artist was really struggling:
â€œIn 2017 it started to get really bad, I went through a really bad depression. I was that kid who was not allowed to socialise or have friends, grew up in a really strict home â€“ they tell you when to watch TV, when to go to bed, when to smile, you canâ€™t cough by heartâ€¦ so, very crazy childhood.
â€œSo just moving into this life of showbiz, the switch was really tough on me. It was like dark to light in a split-second.â€
Interestingly, far from blaming her parents for her mental state, MzVee took inspiration from them when it came to getting through her depression:
â€œFrom having nothing â€“ six of us sleeping in one tiny room for six years of my life, not having food to eat â€“ they still did the most to put us through school. They just kept pushing, they never gave up.â€
MzVee also realised that one of the reasons sheâ€™d been unable to cope was that she didnâ€™t talk about what was going on for her:
â€œI didnâ€™t discuss my mind with anybody, so now Iâ€™m trying so hard; I say whatâ€™s on my mind â€“ which can be very annoying! But I still do that.
â€œAnd thatâ€™s whatâ€™s happening with my music. I never wrote my own lyrics, but this album has five, six, seven tracks that I wrote myself. So Iâ€™m really expressing myself more now.
â€œThis album is the love letter that came from getting back to music after such a hard time, a love letter to my fans.
â€œI titled it inVeencible because ainâ€™t nobody touching this girl!â€