If You Don’t Have The Links, Forget Winning An Award In Ghana – Moses OK
There are several music awards ceremonies held in Ghana to recognize the achievements of Ghanaian musicians and the music industry as a whole. Some of the major music awards in Ghana include:
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA): The VGMA is one of the most prestigious music awards ceremonies in Ghana. It is organized annually by Charterhouse Ghana and sponsored by Vodafone Ghana. The awards recognize outstanding achievements in various categories, including highlife, hiplife, gospel, reggae/dancehall, and hip hop.
3Music Awards: The 3Music Awards is a relatively new music awards ceremony in Ghana, established in 2018. The awards are organized by 3Music Network and aim to celebrate Ghanaian music and musicians across all genres.
Ghana Music Awards UK: The Ghana Music Awards UK is an annual music awards ceremony organized in the United Kingdom to recognize the achievements of Ghanaian musicians in the UK and around the world.
Ghana Music Honours: The Ghana Music Honours is an awards ceremony organized annually by Spyder Lee Entertainment to recognize the contributions of Ghanaian musicians and industry players to the growth of the music industry.
Bass Awards: The Bass Awards is an awards ceremony organized by Rackus Production to celebrate the achievements of reggae and dancehall musicians in Ghana.
These are just a few of the many music awards ceremonies held in Ghana to recognize the achievements of Ghanaian musicians and the music industry as a whole.
Back to the subject matter, gospel musician Moses Osei Kwarteng, popularly known as Moses OK, has made claims suggesting that if you don’t have links to the organizers of these award schemes, forget being nominated and winning the plaque accordingly.
He made this revelation in the studios of Kessben TV in a chit-chat with Quoo Fante of “Around Town” show.
Watch the interview below for more: