As an actress, she starred in the Nollywood films Last Dance (2006), After her father's demise, Uwame was raised by her mother.At age four, she joined the local choir at her church, The Seventh-day Adventist.
Muma Gee told Vanguard that "[the song] is all about the African woman, her beauty and how she makes herself beautiful.During June 2010, Muma Gee was invited for Thanksgiving at the Redeemed Christian Church, by Gus winner Emeka Ike and his wife Emma.There, she met and befriended up-and-coming Nollywood actor Prince Eke—Ike's best friend—whom she felt was God-sent and who would propose to her seconds later.Now, I want to see what I can achieve professionally." Explaining what "Amebo" was specifically about, she says, "I am a homegirl, I am an indigenous musician. So, "Amebo" simply talks about our people, our values, and our heritage." Muma Gee also spoke briefly about the new album's content and direction, saying, "I figured out that there are lots of love songs in the album. (Laughs) and it's finding interest in my songwriting, maybe, maybe not, well I am not sure." On 26 February 2010, Vanguard announced that Muma Gee's second studio album was titled The Woman in Question and that it would be released in March.Along with these details, it was announced Muma Gee had songs with Samini, VIP, and Terry G on the album and that producers on the album would include Cobhams Asuquo, Puffy T, Terry G and OJB.