Ghanaian dancehall artist Charles nii armah mensah, popularly known as shatta wale have said that dancehall artists win IRAWMA Awards and not BET Awards. Shatta wale had this notion since a long time he had mentioned this in a number of interviews. One time he said this in an interview on United showbiz which he said he and then his other colleagues in the reggae dancehall space, should focus on winning IRAWMA awards instead of the BET Awards and the Grammys.
When we talk about receiving prizes, the Grammy is unquestionably one of the most prestigious. Even with their popularity and dedication, many well-known artists have won this award at least once. A few artists have managed to win it multiple times, whereas others have not managed to win it.
According to song promoters in the Ghanaian music industry, there have been a lot of hits songs from great artists in the music industry but none of these musicians has been able to be nominated as part of the ongoing Grammy Awards ceremony for decades. There have been a lot of Ghanaian musicians who have collaborated with Grammy award winners but that couldn't provide a chance for them to be nominated.
Talks about Grammy have been ongoing in the country with fans and artistes contemplating on how to get that much coveted accolade home.. Wendy Shay is the latest to make her intentions known regarding the Grammys. She made this revelation via her official twitter page. This is her post sighted on her social media page (Twitter: @wendyshay)
Ghanaian female comedian and entrepreneur, Valentina Nana Agyeiwaa, popularly known as Afia Schwarzenegger has shared how she came by her new song titled 'Dada Damoase'. Afia Schwarzenegger revealed In an interview sighted on Kingdom Plus FM's Facebook page. Speaking about her new song in the interview, she told Fiifi Pratt that 'Dada Damoase' song was revealed to her in a dream by her late father.
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The Ghanaian revealed this after declaring 2022 the year of the Grammys and announcing that she will bring the award to Ghana. If her desire comes true, it will quench the thirst of Ghanaian music fans who have been waiting for the honor. Taking to social media, she tweeted that "2022 is the year of Grammys I’m bringing it to the motherland Watch me".
Grammy grant winning Nigerian artist, Burna Boy, has uncovered that more cash has been produced from his hit song, "Last", than any other song he has at any point delivered in his music career. This comes at the heels of Burna Boy revealing in a past meeting fourteen days prior that he tested Toni Braxton's 2002 'He Wasn't Man Enough For Me' hit song.
Joshua Moszi is the winner of the 23rd VGMA. Instrumentalists bemoan Ghana's lack of recognition. Joshua Moszi discusses his Grammy nomination. After missing out on two previous nominations, Joshua Moszi was named the 2022 VGMA Instrumentalist of the Year on Friday, May 6. The extra height means a lot to this excellent instrumentalist, who believes that his colleagues are underappreciated.
When you hear, Remember you know a traveler, the name is Kwaku The Husler, then you know Black Sherif is in the building. And when you hear, Don't sleep wake up, collect your money. Let me see you go low - low - low.
Hello lovely readers, welcome back once again to my article page. Wendy Shay's, also known as 'Ghana Wake Up' has promised to win Ghana a Grammy in 2022. But no one is accepting her fake promises. The RuffTown Records star has taken to Twitter to share one of her usual attention seemingly posts and netizens have reacted massively to her tweet.
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Nigerian great musician Fela Kuti's son Femi and grandson Made are bringing his Afrobeat style to the United States over 25 years after his death. The father and son combo have been nominated for this year's Grammys with their double album "Legacy +," and are hoping to win the Global Music category at the US music awards in Los Angeles on Monday.
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Yemi Alade, a Nigerian Afropop musician, reposted a message arguing that Angelique Kidjo's "Mother Nature" album deserved to win the Best Global Music Album award at the 64th Grammy Awards. Femi and Made Kuti's Legacy Plus album and Wizkid's Made In Lagos Deluxe album were among the Nigerian artists in the category.
Ghanaian actress, Efia Odo has jabbed dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale for beefing Nigerians. Efia Odo in a tweet post indirectly jabbed Shatta Wale over recent beef with Nigerians. According to Efia Odo, Shatta Wale should use his energy to celebrate the Ghanaian Grammy nominee, Rocky Dawuni and "stop crying for attention about who doesn't support who".
The whole of social media is on fire because of an interesting news coming from the camp of world music icon, Rihanna. Rihanna and His guy Asap Rocky announced to the whole word that they are expecting their first child. This news has got the whole world talking and expressing their view on this wonderful news.
Ghanaian Reggae and roots artiste, Rocky Dawuni, has disclosed in a recent interview that artistes and record producers are of much more relevance than politicians. Speaking with Y 107.9 FM’s Kojo Manuel during the ‘Dryve of your Lyfe’ show, the two-time Grammy award nominee described musicians as the heartbeat of the people and politicians as temporal individuals in people’s lives.
Sonnie Badu, a gospel singer, believes Black Sherif can win Ghana a Grammy award in the future. "I'm hoping you can win a Grammy for Ghanaian music in the future." The legendary gospel singer praised the spectacular singer and rapper for breaking into the Nigerian music scene in an Instagram post.
The African Giant, Grammy award winner and Nigerian musician Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy has purchased a brand new Lamborghini Urus which is worth over two hundred and fifty three million naira. This car has got a lot of people especially Ghanaians talking due to his recent feud with dancehall musician Shatta Wale.