Ghana’s songstress, Mzbel born Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah has been confirmed on Google Search as “The Goddess Of Ghana Music”.
Close to about 24hours now, social media users in Ghana having been sharing a screenshot of Google search with the query “who is the goddess of Ghana music” and the result of the search on the first ranking result you’ll get is “Mzbel” or in other instances, “Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah” with the details described as: “Belinda Nana Ekua Amoah (born 26 December 1979), popularly known as Mzbel, is a Ghanaian Hiplife artist. Known for her controversial traits, The Goddess Of Ghana Music Mzbel has always played controversial music, and followed it up with controversial comments that are sure to get her fans talking.”
In the early 2000s, Mzbel was one of the top musicians in Ghana with so many hit songs including, “I’m 16years”, Awoso Me, Saucy, Yoopo, Obaa” among others.
She is the CEO of BelCare Foundation, BeLEye Media, BeLa’s Pub, BeLKids PlayGround and BelJam Records
Brief profile of Mzbel:
Known in private life as Nana Ekua Amoah and by her stage name, Mzbel, she was born on boxing day, 26th December 1979, to an Engineer father, Mr. Albert A. Amoah and the late Agnes Nyarko. She is the last of seven female children.
Growing up in James Town, she attended the God’s Wisdom Preparatory schools, and continued to Korle Gonno I and Owusu Mills’ JHS at Mamprobi [a suburb of Accra] for her Junior High School Education.
Mzbel then continued to pursue Secondary education at the Abuakwa State College. She studied General Arts majoring in Economics, Geography and French. She then applied to study at the Ghana Institute of Languages, and trained to become a bilingual secretary
While at the institute, she got wave of the fact that the Manifold Tutorial College was offering a one-year course in Television Production and enrolled, combining it with her course at the Institute of Languages, and studied Public Relations, TV & Radio Production… read more
By: Efo Korsi Senyo / awakenwsroom.com