Ahead of the 24th edition of arguably Ghana’s biggest award scheme for musicians in the country, Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, popularly Ghanaian musician, Kelvynboy has raised some concern.
The musician who is signed onto the Cedi Entertainment Record label has disclosed that he has no trust in the organizers of the awards, Charter House.
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The ‘Down Flat’ hitmaker made this revelation after he was placed at a tight corner on Okay FM’s drivetime show hosted by Abeiku Santana on Wednesday, March 23.
When the host of the show and the musician were speaking after the latter’s nomination for the most popular song in their year’s awards and the chances of the latter walking home with the award, the musician was quite hesitant to respond.
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Kelvynboy‘s hesitation caused Abeiku Santana to ask him if he had trust in the organizers of the award, a question he answered in the negative.
When the award-winning media personality probed further and pointed out the fact that there was a time he took the award as the ‘Unsung’ artiste from this same organizers, Kelvynboy, quickly retorted that year in, year out, various awards schemes, including the Grammys have people raising concerns.
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The ‘Billionaire’ crooner was also quick to add that in as much as he feels he deserves the award, looking at the others in the category, he will not be too surprised when another person wins the award.
The category for the most popular song of the year at this year’s VGMA has other nominees like Camidoh – Sugarcane rmx ft King Promise & Mayokun, Sarkodie – Country Side ft Black Sherif, Black Sherif – Kweku the traveller, Lasmid – Friday Night, Gyakie – Something, Wendy Shay – Survivor, Kidi – Blessed ft. Mavado, Stonebwoy – Therapy, Piesie Esther – Waye me Yie.