According to ACCRA24.COM, She caused controversy in Ghana for espousing anti theist beliefs but now decided to go pantless to make another history in Ghana.
Her debut album ‘Awoso Me’ broke barriers by selling more copies than any female hip-life musician in Ghana. The title song “Awoso Me” saw Mzbel take home the “New Artist of the Year Award” at the Music of Ghana Awards in Italy and was used for a Guinness campaign for a period of one year.
Her second album “16 years” shot Mzbel to new fame. The album title track “16 Years” put a catchy and slightly comical spin on the growing problem of Child Molestation in Ghana, but the lyrics did not fail to bring to light the issue and the song was part of many political discussions.