Ghanaian artist Fameye recently took to his Facebook page to express a candid revelation, admitting that he made a mistake by not prioritizing the Ghana Music Awards (GMA) over other global award schemes during his early years as an artist. The “Praise” hitmaker, known for his soulful melodies and impactful lyrics, revealed his sentiments about the significance of the Ghana Music Awards in shaping his career.
“I made a mistake for not putting Ghana music Awards ahead of any other Award scheme in the world growing up as an artiste.🇬🇭 I can explain if I’m been interviewed properly,” he said.
Fameye, who has received multiple nominations and clinched titles such as New Artiste Of The Year, Hipelife Song, and Songwriter at the Ghana Music Awards, acknowledged the pivotal role the ceremony has played in recognizing and celebrating his contributions to the Ghanaian music scene. The artist’s heartfelt confession sheds light on the evolving perspective of musicians towards local awards and their impact on an artist’s journey.
Having experienced the recognition and accolades bestowed upon him by the Ghana Music Awards, Fameye’s statement underscores the importance of local appreciation and acknowledgment in an artist’s growth. His sentiments may serve as a testament to the increasing significance of national awards, showcasing the rich musical tapestry within the Ghanaian music industry.
In the wake of Fameye’s revelation, the Ghana Music Awards has opened its doors for creatives to submit nominations for the upcoming 2024 edition. This announcement serves as a reminder of the platform’s significance in providing artists with a recognized and revered stage to showcase their talents while fostering healthy competition within the Ghanaian music industry.