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Diana Hamilton, MOG Music, Akesse Brempong Top 2022 Ghana National Gospel Music Awards Nominations

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Ghana National Gospel Music Awards

Nominees for the 5th edition of the prestigious Ghana National Gospel Music Awards have been announced.

Leading the pack with 8 nominations each are musicians Diana Hamilton, MOG Music and Akesse Brempong.

The three are closely followed by Empress Gifty and Celestine Donkor who grabbed 7 nominations each.

The 2022 Ghana National Gospel Music Awards (NGMA) is expected to take place in Accra in August, 2022.

Check the full list of nominees below;

 

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Gospel Male Vocalist of the Year

1 Kyei Mensah – Great God

2 Quame Gyedu – W’ahoaden

3 Perez Musik – Hewale lala

4 Akesse Brempong – Yahweh

5 Adom Kiki – Mesom Wo

6 Kofi Owusu Peprah – Big God

7 Carl Clottey – Nkunim

8 Luigi MaClean – Mala

9 MOG Music – Yahweh

10 SK Frimpong – Pentecostal Praise 

Gospel Female Vocalist of the Year

1 Ceccy Twum – His Name Is Jesus

2 JAYANA – Gye Wayeyi

3 Efe Grace – Sound of Heaven

4 Rose Adjei – Na God

5 Celestine Donkor – Only You

6 Mary Agyemang – Holy Spirit

7 Niiella – Where You Are

8 Rama Antwi – Divine Presence

9 Obaapa Christy – The Glory

10 Ruth Adjei – Oshidaa 

Gospel Songwriter of the Year

1 Diana Hamilton – Awurade Ye

2 Papa Owura – M’akoma

3 Ruth Adjei – Oshidaa

4 Quame Gyedu – W’aho)den

5 Perez Musik – Hewale lala

6 Carl Clottey – Nkunim

7 MOG Music – Yesu

8 Celestine Donkor – Only You

9 Minister OJ – Meduru

10 Magnus – Bo Me Nantew

11 Emelia Arthur Osoro Abue

Gospel Music Video of the Year

1 Diana Hamilton – McWillies Awurade Ye

2 Empress Gifty – Skyweb Eye Woaa

3 Jux Prynx – Teejay Films Hosanna

4 KobbySalm ft Sam Oladotun – Dan Shot it Twale

5 Ohemaa Mercy ft MOG – McWillies Ote Me Mu

6 Patience Nyarko – Skyweb Wa Sore

7 Sam Oladotun – Tigon Creative Studios Holy Water

8 Scott Evans – The Boldz Me pe k3

9 Seth Diamond – Platinum Cinematics Take Over

Gospel Music Instrumentalist of the Year

1 Sax Quito

2 Mizter Okyere

3 Dominic Quarshie

4 Shadrack Yawson

5 Emmanuel Bludo

6 Dan Grahl

7 Kuuku

8 Enoch Owuraku Kissi

9 Gilbert Amoah

10 Bright Osei

11 Nana Yaw Safo

Gospel Music Producer of the Year

1 Dan Bassey – The Glory by Obaapa Christy

2 Kaywa – Ote Memu by Ohemaa Mercy

3 DDT – Na God by Rose Adjei

4 Shadrach Yawson – Only You by Celestine Donkor

5 Nektunez – Mapeke by Scott Evans

6 Nacee – Bo Me Nantew by Magnus

7 Sponkeys – Hewale Lala by Perez musik

8 Stephen Tetteh – Oshidaa by Ruth Adjei

9 Nana Fandoh – Holy Spirit by Mary Agyemang

10 Roro – Ebebamu by Uncle Ben 

Traditional Gospel Song of the Year

1 Osoroba Becky – Wada Akye

2 Ministrel Veronica Kumi-Bruce – Onua Menpaaba

3 Evergreen Mama – Jesus The Great King

4 Bethel Revival Choir – Agbadza Medley Vol 3

Gospel Collaboration of the Year 

1 Seth Diamond Ft Kofi Kinaata – My Hour

2 Kyei Mensah Ft Niiella – Nothing Is Too Hard

3 Kofi Owusu Peprah Ft Amy Newman – Nyame Te Ase

4 KDM Ft Navah – Center of My Life

5 Prophet Joseph Atarah Ft Piesie Esther – Woye Odo

6 Ps. David Arku Ft Adomba Kwabe – Enuonyam Hene

7 Harmonious Chorale Ghana Ft Joe Mettle – Adom Noa

8 KobbySalm Ft Efe Grace – Gye Yen So

9 Bethel Revival Choir Ft Joe Mettle – Enyo

10 MOG Ft Joe Mettle – Yesu

11 Ohemaa Mercy Ft MOG – Ote Me Mu

12 Jayana Ft Aduhemaa – Gye Wayeyie

13 Akesse Brempong Ft MOG – Yahweh

Best Worship Song of the Year 

1 Perppy – Ofata Ayeyi

2 Jayana – Gye Wayeyi

3 Efe Grace – Overflow

4 Empress Gifty – Odi Yompo

5 Sammie Obeng-Poku – Every Knee

6 Kyei Mensah – Nothing Is Too Hard

7 Adom Kiki – Mesom Wo

8 Jonn Winner – I Lift My Hands

9 MOG Music – Yesu

10 Akesse Brempong – Yahweh 

Best Praise Song of the Year 

1 Empress Gifty – Eye Woaa

2 Lizzy Ntiamoah – Juda Mu Gyata

3 Patience Nyarko – W’asore

4 MOG Music-  Local Praise

5 Diana Hamilton – Awurade Ye

6 Akesse Brempong – Victory

7 Efe Grace – Sound of Heaven

8 Carl Clottey – Nkunim

9 Celestine Donkor – Praise Him

10 SK Frimpong – Pentecostal Praise 

Best Gospel Song of the Year

1 PIESIE ESTHER – Wobɛdi Adanseɛ

2 Diana Hamilton – Awurade Ye

3 Empress Gifty – Eye Woa

4 Daughters Of Glorious Jesus – Nneɛma Foforo

5 Obaapa Christy – The Glory

6 Celestine Donkor – Only you

7 Ohemaa Mercy – Ote me mu

8 Akesse Brempong – Yahweh

9 Joyce Blessing – Oluwa is involved

10 Kofi Owusu Peprah – Nyame Te Ase

11 Perez Musik – Hewale lala 

Gospel Music Promoter of the Year (Radio/TV) 

1 Emmanuel Kwame Sarpong Citi Tv

2 DR.MELODY No. 1 FM

3 Freda Bio J Life Fm

4 Pastor Jerry Nhyira Fm

5 So me so Oyerepa Fm

6 Gospel General Radio One

7 Nii Noi ATV

8 Fante Brada Top Fm

9 Dj Paloma Zylofon Fm

10 Franky5 Hitz Fm

11 Sir Solomon CTV

12 Sampson Bonney Onua Fm 

Gospel Music Promoter of the Year (Online/Blogging) 

1 Jullie Jay (Gospel Spotlight Gh)

2 Zhikay Ike Jnr (Gospel2Me.com)

3 Sister Gina (GospelHypers.com)

4 Qweku Glover (GloversHub.com)

5 Precious (TheAphaGospel.com)

6 Sellas Manna (WorshipperGH.com)

7 Bra Banie (ChristianVibesgh.com)

8 Sampson Annan (GospelEmpiregh.com)

9 Wyse Brain (wisepromotions.com)

10 Shepherd Suhuyini (ghpraise.com) 

Adventist Vibrant Artiste of the Year 

1 Vocal Path

2 Alex Acheampong

3 Mark Anim Yirenkye

4 Kwadwo Obeng Barima

5 The Manifest

6 One voice Choir

7 Soul Street

8 The Advent Voices 

Gospel Artiste Manager of the Year 

1 Uncle Charles – Diana Hamilton

2 Rosindy Frimpomaa Attakorah (Cee) – Empress Gifty

3 David – Bethel Revival Choir

4 Nii Noi – Akesse Brempong

5 KOKA – Ohemaa Mercy

6 Kofi Donkor – Celestine Donkor

7 Kwame Olympio – Daughters Of Glorious Jesus

8 Cecil – MOG Music

9 Kwesi Ernest – Lady Ophelia

10 Quame Owusu Danquah – Obaapa Christy 

International Artiste(s)of the Year 

1 Detroit Youth Choir

2 Sound of Imani

3 Young Men 4 Christ

4 Jonathan Nelson

5 Donnie McClurkin

6 Benestelle

7 Norris Williams

8 Heyden Billingy

9 Tasha Cobbs Leonard

10 Jacklyn Carr 

African Artiste(s) of the Year 

1 Nelkay (South Africa)

2 Eden (Ivory Coast)

3 Ephraim (Zambia)

4 Ada Ehi (Nigeria)

5 Mike Kalambay (DRC)

6 Armand KOFFI (Senegal)

7 Chidinma (Nigeria)

8 Mercy Chinwo (Nigeria)

9 Nathaniel Bassey (Nigeria)

10 Moses Bliss (Nigeria)

11 Yahdah (Nigeria)

12 Joel Lwanga (Tanzania)

13 Mercy Masika (Kenya)

14 Jean Mar T (DRC)

15 Peterson Okopi (Nigeria)

Urban Artiste of the Year 

1 ACHIAA Music

2 Sam Oladotun

3 NEQTA

4 Jux Prynx

5 Scott Evans

6 KobbySalm

7 P.O GODSON

8 Kelvyn PY

9 Edem Evangelist

10 JoChurch

11 KEVIN PY

Gospel Male Artiste of the Year 

1 Perez Musik

2 Scott Evans

3 MOG Music

4 Akesse Brempong

5 Kofi Owusu Peprah

6 KobbySalm

7 Luigi MaClean 

Gospel Female Artiste(s) of The Year 

1 Jayana

2 Diana Hamilton

3 Empress Gifty

4 PIESIE ESTHER

5 Daughters Of Glorious Jesus

6 Obaapa Christy

7 Celestine Donkor

8 Ohemaa Mercy

9 Joyce Blessing 

Gospel Artiste(s) of the Year (Diaspora) 

1 Nayaah

2 Richard Kumi

3 Herty Corgie

4 Alice Mckenzie

5 Rita Queen

6 Minister Yvonne

7 Joseph Matthew(JM)

8 Minister OJ

9 Alex Acheampong

10 Bra Collins 

Gospel Song of the Year (Diaspora)

1 Sarah Sings – Let Him In

2 Elijah The Worshiper – Winner

3 Nana Adwoa – Hyeden

4 Rosey Ft Joyce Blessing – Worthy

5 Joseph Matthew(JM) – Not Alone

6 Humphrey Tettey – Running Back

7 Melody Frimpong – Boa Yen

8 Bra Collins – Adom Bi

9 Basil Larkai Ft Maame Adwoa – Nothing Without You

10 Minister OJ – Meduru

11 Alex Acheampong – It Wont Be Long

12 Herty Corgie – Elshaddai

Church Choir of the Year

1 Agape Incorporated

2 Spirit Of Restoration

3 Bethel Revival Choir

4 Vision Choir

5 Father’s House Choir

6 MPF Choir

7 Excellence Dynamic Choir

8 Kleshia Band

9 Hevert Choir

10 Potters City Choir

11 Vocal Path 

Choral Group of the Year 

1 The Symphonials

2 Grace Choral International

3 The Harmonious Chorale

4 One Voice Choir

5 Vocal Essence Chorale

6 Gramophone Chorus

7 Celestial City Choir

8 Celestial Evangel Choir

9 Wesleyan Symphonic Choir

10 Winneba Youth Choir

11 Tema Youth Choir 

Gospel New artiste(s) of the Year 

1 Adom Kiki

2 Mama Boat

3 Papa Owura

4 Magnus

5 Prophet Joseph Atarah

6 Portia Kay

7 Sir Solomon

8 Aduhemaa

9 Joshua Ahenkorah

10 Lady Ophelia 

Best Hybrid Gospel Song of the Year 

1 Kofi Kinaata – Thy Grace II

2 Fameye – Praise

3 Strongman ft Akwaboah – Nhyira

4 Mr Drew Ft Medikal – This year

5 DopeNation – Thank God

6 Captain Planet Ft Kuami Eugene – No Abodie

7 Roy X Taylor – Christ

8 Kwaisey Pee – Amazing God

9 Adina Thembi – Halleluja 

Gospel Uncovered Artiste(s) of the Year 

1 Minister Laty (Central)

2 Max Amu Praise (Tema)

3 Reinhard Tweneboa (Sunyani)

4 Lucy Nkrumah (Accra)

5 Sandy Asare (Kumasi)

6 Rosemond Akyeampong

7 Minister Paolo

8 Paa Sammy

9 Harriet Brobbey

10 Lady Chartty

11 Yaw Kwakye

12 Afia Sika 

MUSIGHA Gospel Performance of The Year 

Gospel Artiste(s) of the Year

1 Diana Hamilton

2 Empress Gifty

3 Bethel Revival Choir

4 Akesse Brempong

5 Ohemaa Mercy

6 Celestine Donkor

7 MOG Music

8 Obaapa Christy

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