“I Will Be The First Ghanaian Gospel Musician To Be Nominated For Grammys”-MOG Music [Video]


Popular Ghanaian gospel musician, MOG Music has stated that he might be the first Ghanaian gospel musician to be nominated in the prestigious Grammy Awards.

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According to the singer, he has already initiated a project and reached out to the Grammy Awards’ board of directors to learn about the requirements in getting nominated in the award scheme as a Gospel artist.

Speaking in an interview with KMJ on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, MOG Music revealed that he is currently working towards securing a nomination in the Grammy Awards, and probably, he might be the first Ghanaian gospel act to win that award for Ghana.

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He further stated that per his enquiries, he has learnt that most Ghanaian musicians do not submit their albums and songs for nominations at the Grammys, thus the reason behind our inability to be recognized on the platform.

He encouraged his colleagues, both gospel and secular musicians to work harder in order to be recognized on the platform.

Watch the video below:

In other news, R2Bees, a Ghanaian music duo made up of Omar Sterling and Mugeez has revealed that awards are mainly given to celebrate a number of musicians, excluding others who also put in the same effort in promoting their crafts.

The BET nominated music duo in 2013 disclosed that they do not care about receiving awards from award schemes or not because all musicians need to be celebrated by Ghanaians.

Speaking in an interview on Okay FM with Abeiku Santana on Ekwansodwodwo, Omar Sterling stated that it is either all musicians are being celebrated on a platform or none of them is celebrated because every artist put in as much effort as others.

Source: Ghgossip.com


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