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‘I won’t be disappointed if I don’t win an award at VGMA 23’ – Black Sherif

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Fast rising rapper and singer, Black Sherif, says he will be not perturbed if he fails to win an award at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

He made this known in an interview with Andy Dosty on Daybreak Hitz on Hitz 103.9 FM, after he was asked how he would feel should he not be adjudged any awards at the event this year.

Responding to the question, the “Adeakye” singer, said he will not be disappointed.

According to him, everyone who has been nominated is automatically a winner, so if he does not win, and his colleague does, at the end of the day, they are all winners.

“No, I won’t be disappointed, because everyone who has been nominated in every category deserves it so if I don’t win and my brother wins, we win”, he said.

Even though he made it known that he will not disappointed if no award comes his way, he went on to say that he has his eyes on all the 7 categories he has been nominated in.

“I want to win all the categories,” he noted.

Black Sherif has been nominated in the Artiste of the Year category, Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year, Best Hiplife/Hip-Hop Artiste, Best Hip-Hop Song, Best Male Vocal Performance, Best International Collaboration as well as the Best New Artiste of the Year categories respectively.

The event is expected to be held on the 6th and 7th of May at the Grand Arena of Accra International Conference Centre.

SOURCE: myjoyonline.com

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Young ladies are demanding, I prefer older ones – Lasmid

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He claimed that young ladies are demanding which put extra pressure on their partners.

Lasmid entreated women, especially older ones to have no issues approaching him and he will welcome them with open arms.

Source – Multicdb

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The pivotal talents of Eritrea-born vocalist Rimon, Ghanaian artist based in the South East of Amsterdam, BnnyHunna and South African-Dutch singer-songwriter Joya Mooi are set to ignite the stage, highlighting their musical style, genre and impeccable skillset.

This cohort of Global musical aptitude will also feature Producers Spanker (one of the biggest Dutch Hip-Hop producers), Yung Dada (a multi-instrumentalist and producer who has worked with prominent artists and is now working on a solo project), and esteemed artist Frenna (a vocalist and one of the most renowned artists in the Netherlands).

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Heavily music-focused, ARMC sets itself apart by bringing a cocktail of international artists to merge with the South African market, focusing on ambassadors, panels, and podcasts.

The showcase format will see local acts and acts perform over two nights across the electronic & urban genres from The Netherlands, Germany, and Austria perform.

Says DME: “We as the Dutch Music Export are truly proud to create such a versatile space for connecting, learning and building within the music industry.”

Buy your ticket now online via Howler.
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