Even though organisers of the 3Music Awards have not had it rosy and faced the wrath of critics for perhaps, not living up to standards in their last three editions, the story was different this year with many social media commentators praising them and labelling the event as Ghana’s BET Awards.
In 2019, when actress Emelia Brobbey decided to venture into music with her first single, Fa Me Ko, she faced a lot of ridicule from Ghanaians, with many teasing her for her ‘bad’ voice and asking her to quit.
In the midst of the hoopla that emanated after the 63rd Grammys, especially on the failure or inability of our Ghanaian artistes to feature prominently, a group of industry personalities have for some reasons come under attack.
Since Nigeria’s Burna Boy and Wizkid won at this year’s edition of the Grammy awards, there have been conversations about the Ghanaian music industry and what our artistes can also do to not only secure nominations but bring such prestigious awards home.
A lot of industry players have spoken out about the Ghanaian music industry’s prospects since the 63rd Grammy Awards came off and Nigerian artistes Burna Boy and Wizkid lifted their country’s flag high with their wins.
TV presenter Abena Kyei Boakye celebrated her birthday on Wednesday, March 17, and in lieu of a big bash the host of Fontomfrom on Katanka TV decided to be charitable making two donations at different institutions.
As expected, the talk about Nigerian artistes being better than Ghanaians was once again ignited after Nigerian acts Burna Boy and Wizkid picked two awards at the 63rd Grammy Awards which took place on Sunday, March 14.