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WATCH: MzVee performs ‘Coming Home’ on Grammy’s ‘Press Play’

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MzVee has become the first Ghanaian musician to feature on the Grammy’s ‘Press play at home’ platform.

The Ghanian R&B singer took her Press Play At Home performance as an opportunity to dress her best.

Donning a leather dress and silver hoops, MzVee sings a beautiful rendition of “Coming Home,” her 2021 single with Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage.

What makes a lovely vocal performance even more enchanting? Twinkling lights, of course.

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For her Press Play At Home performance, MzVee opted for an entire backdrop of globe lights that sparkled as she sang her song “Coming Home.” The Ghanian singer’s look was just as stunning as the setting, as she wore an off-shoulder leather dress and glittery silver hoop earrings.

“Oh mama, oh mama/ Am coming home, am coming home/ Tell papa, tell papa/ Am coming home, am coming home,” MzVee sings in the song’s jubilant chorus.

One of five tracks MzVee released in 2021, “Coming Home” features another African star, Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage. Though MzVee sang the song solo for Press Play At Home, she and Savage teamed up for its official music video that premiered in October.

Watch MzVee’s elegant performance above, and check out more episodes of Press Play At Home.

 

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Born and raised in Hlevi, a suburb of Sogakope in the Volta Region, Jessy GH has made an indelible mark in the world of music through his unique voice, infectious beats, and emotive lyrics. His distinctive blend of hip-hop and Afrobeat has consistently resonated with fans, sparking a dialogue through his insightful narratives.

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This evolution to JESSY DEGREAT is more than just a name change. It marks a new phase in the artist’s career, with fresh aspirations that extend beyond music alone. The Blessnation Music team firmly believes that this transformation will enhance Jessy’s ability to connect with his listeners on a more profound level.

While Jessy GH may have been the name that introduced him to the world, JESSY DEGREAT is the name that will elevate his journey to new heights. The label is deeply grateful to every fan who has supported Jessy thus far and looks forward to the continued support for JESSY DEGREAT as he embarks on this exciting new chapter.

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According to Kyekyeku; ‘’I first heard Rocky in 1997 when his monster hit “In Ghana” was on constant rotation on the radio. It wasn’t until 2007 at the Labadi Beach Hotel on the occasion of the 40th Independence Celebration of Ghana where Rocky held his annual “Rocky Dawuni’s Independence Splash” concert that the two met for the first time.” Moving forward to 2022, at a concert at +233 Jazz Club, Kyekyeku invited Rocky on stage for an impromptu jam on one of his songs. After the concert, it was clear that they had finally found a groove and inspiration for a song to work together on.

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Plus the line “no where cool’’ which refers to the wars in Europe, Middle East as well as the general dissatisfaction with daily living in many nations. As a United Nations Goodwill Ambassador for the Environment for Africa, Rocky Dawuni has traveled to many nations and attests first hand from his encounters that indeed all life begins in Africa. ‘“People wey I dey meet, places wey I dey go, na ibi you be the mother, Mama Africa” which he sings in Pidgin English on the track.

African music has finally taken its place as a force; gaining the deserved recognition it commands. Rocky’s line ‘’Now my people dey stand like giant’’ speaks concisely of the achievements of many Africans across the globe.

Africa Till I Die is a musical success. It blends the native sound of Ghana, itself the product of a melting pot, with reggae born in Jamaica and claiming its African roots. The highlife rhythm has been slowed down and, by letting the bass flourish, the organ and the horns place their punctuations, offers a perfect backdrop for the reggae vocals, without even a skank guitar. This is the finest demonstration of a successful encounter, and it could only take place in Africa.”PanAfrican Music

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