The life of the then succulent woman who was full of youthful exuberance had all and sundry talking about her who had turned the town upside down. Talking about the beautiful Suzzy Williams was the order for the day for those who cherished her movies. Just like this ‘mysterious lady’ who embroidered the Ghanaian entertainment circles with a touch of special dressing, musician Mzbel was also seen as the co-dresser just like Suzzy Williams.
The interesting issue here is that the duo had started drumming home their new sense of fashion even when Ghanaians were yet to understand whatever their brands stood for. Mzbel, back in the days, was the reason why we would stay very late around Vienna City just to have a glimpse of her performance around U84 (any Takoradi based hustler or vagabond knows of this). As a musician, she was the pride of the west just like what Kofi Kinata represents today.
Even though we tried all our best to get her represented from another point of view, she was still our iconic performer with whom we were pleased! Having collaborated with the likes of Giddy and Castro, her vocalists and back up dancers were the icing on the cake during her late night shows.
For a while now, Mzbel has been kept away from the microphone from unknown influences who may be having a different agendum for her. I’m just imagining how collabo with a rap genius like Michael Owusu Addo aka Sarkodie and Mzbel would sound in the ear of the indigenous Taadi dude. Charley, we can’t wait to have Mzbel’s soothing lyrics intertwined with that of Sarkodie’s classical punchlines.
What title do you suggest for such a future project between Sarkodie and Mzbel? Kindly share your thoughts with us!