TGMA 2024: Telecel Ghana Music Awards 2024 Nominees

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Scheduled for June 1st, 2024, the Telecel Ghana Music Awards promises to be an evening of celebration, honoring the exceptional achievements and contributions of Ghanaian artists across various musical genres. Notable nominees include Sarkodie, Amerado, King Paluta, Jay Bahd, and Black Sherif, among others.

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I’ve been officially divorced for 3 years now – Trigmatic reveals

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“After winning this dance, we continued dancing to the tunes of life with Godly melodies and rhythms of love. God, we’re grateful for how far we’ve come and only you deserve the praise. God bless you @this.is.dita keep being special! We are in challenging times but that doesn’t stop me from celebrating you,” he captioned a wedding photo of them on the dance floor.

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Berla Mundi announced as host for 66th Grammy’s African Nominee brunch in Los Angeles

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Organizers of this year’s event, GUBA led by Lady Dentaa Amoateng MBE, have also announced Nigeria’s Davido, South African Amapiano star, Musa Keys, and British-Ghanaian record producer Juls Baby among other personalities to attend the event ahead of the Grammy night.

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Fameye Joins Forces with Bisa Kdei, Yaw Tog, Mr. Drew, and Amerado for an Epic Concert

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The family concert upcoming is undoubtedly an event that music enthusiasts in Ghana cannot afford to miss. The collaboration of these talented artists is a testament to the vibrant and evolving nature of Ghana’s music industry. As they take the stage together, fans can expect an extraordinary display of talent, energy, and creativity. Fameye’s concert promises to be a night to remember, leaving a lasting impression on all attendees and further solidifying the legacy of these remarkable artists.

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Afua Asantewaa Aduonum aims to sing her way into the Guinness Book of World Records

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The current record holder, Sunil Waghmare, accomplished the feat in Nagpur, India, from March 3 to 7, 2012, by singing a diverse selection of popular Indian songs with no repetition within four hours. Asantewaa hopes to break this record and bring recognition to Ghanaian music on a global scale.

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Prince Bright refresh our ears with the exhilarating ‘Thunder’ featuring Pappy Kojo

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Titled ‘Thunder,’ the exhilarating new track from the revived Prince Bright seeks to extend his presence in the industry. It weaves his velvety vocals with the foolproof bars of the two-time Ghana Music Awards winner Pappy Kojo to create a passionate–if not fiery party anthem that delightfully extols the backside of the African woman: “Your baka be thunder, ebe Bugatti fender/If I look the way e dey go, I for prepare agenda,” as goes the catchy hook. There are lots of sensual lines and adlibs for listeners to snicker at as they sway to the endearing vibes both artists lay in, giving ‘Thunder’ great replayability.

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Ghanaian Artistes Miss Out on 66th Grammy Nominations, see full nominees list

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In the category for Best African Music Performance, the spotlight shines on Nigerian talents such as Burna Boy, Davido, Asake, Olamide, Ayra Starr, and South Africa’s Tyla. Despite the absence of Ghanaian nominees, the nominations showcase the diverse musical landscape of the African continent. Burna Boy further solidifies his global impact with a nomination in the Best Melodic Rap Performance for “Sittin on Top of the World,” featuring 21 Savage, emphasizing the continued recognition of African excellence on the international stage.

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