Roro Lashes Out At Organisers Of The 2024 TGMA Over Their Failure To Nominate Great Ampong’s “Style Bia Bi” In The Gospel Song Of The Year Category

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Award-winning Ghanaian music producer Roro Buddy has taken to his Facebook wall to express his disappointment with the organizers of the 2024 TGMA (Telecel Ghaba Music Awards) after they revealed the nominees for the Gospel Song of the Year category.

The nominees announcement event, held at the Accra International Conference Centre on Thursday, March 28, 2024, has stirred some controversy among industry insiders and fans alike.

READ ALSO: See Full List Of Nominees For The 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards

In his post, Roro lambasted the organizers for what he perceived as a glaring oversight in not nominating Great Ampong’s hit track “Style Bia Bi.”

He emphasized the seemingly arbitrary nature of the selection process, insinuating that personal biases and emotions influenced the nominations rather than the quality and impact of the music.

“The Ghana Music Awards de3 if you’re not in their books forget oo,” Roro Buddy wrote, highlighting the perceived exclusivity of the nomination process. “So you guys mean all the artists in the gospel categories had songs and numbers bigger than Great Ampong’s ‘Style Bia Bi’?,” Roro wrote.

He also went on to question the legitimacy of the nominations, particularly in light of the immense popularity and cultural impact of Great Ampong’s track.

Roro Buddy pointed out that despite millions of views on YouTube and over a million plays, “Style Bia Bi” did not even qualify for consideration.

The list of nominees for the Gospel Song of the Year category included Tears of Joy by Patience Nyarko, Anuonyam by Mabel Okyere, Aseda by Nace, Kaafo by Perez Muzik, Mo by Piesie Esther, 100% by Scott Evans, Say Amen by Diana Hamilton, and Victory by Joyce Blessing.

After stating his disappointment, Roro Buddy concluded his post by teasing music lovers with an annoucement about an upcoming release from their camp that will take the industry by storm again.

“Anyway guys, we dropping a new Banger soon,” Roro Buddy declared confidently. “You know how we do it.”

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