Sarkodie, Medikal, Fameye, Kuami Eugene, Kelvyn Boy, J.Derobie are among many artists nominated for this year’s Vodafone Ghana music awards, VGMA 2020.
Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Ghana’s prestigious awards organisation is severely affected by the outbreak of the CoronaVirus making it postpone the nominees jam and the main awards night.
My prediction for this year’s awards is inspired by the reasonable analysis made on the various nominated artistes.
Fact is, all of them are possible VGMA 2020 winners but some outweigh others.
Song of the Year Awards (Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2020)
Starting with the Gospel Song of the year award – privilegeamoah.com predicts Celestine Donkor – Agbebolo ft. Nhyira ba Gideon to win the gospel song of the year category.
Next on the list is the High-Life song of the year award – we predict Kofi Kinaata – Things fall apart to win the high-life song of the year category.
Hip-Life song of the year; We are tipping Sarkodie – Ofeesto ft. Prince Bright to win the hip-life song of the year category.
Hip-Hop song of the year; this category is quite competitive but we see Kofi Mole – Don’t be late winning the hip-hop song of the year category.
Best Reggae/Dancehall song of the year; there are tough names in this category but we see Young chap, J.Derobie – Poverty winning the Reggae/Dancehall song category.
Afrobeats song of the year; Again, this is proven to be a hard nut to crack except for Adwuma by EL, all the songs in the category were huge but we strongly see Kelvynboy – Mea winning the Afrobets song of the year category.
Artiste of the Year Awards(Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2020)
Best Group of the Year; Without thinking out loud we predict Artiste duo Dope Nation to win the best group of the year category.
Best Collaboration of the year; another competitive category but then again we see King Promise – Bra ft Kojo Antwi comfortably winning the VGMA 2020 best collaboration of the year category but in a close match with Sarkodie – Oofeetso ft. Prince Bright.
HipLife-HipHop Artiste of the Year; This is a combination of Hip-Life and Hip-Hop waves and we strongly see Sarkodie winning the VGMA 2020 Hiplife-HipHop artiste of the year category.
Gospel Artiste of the Year; All the nominees in the category are Super Gospel musicians, however, we see Celestine Donkor winning the gospel artiste of the Year category in a close matching with MOG music.
Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year; The legendary Dancehall musician Samini is a big threat in this Category but we tip J.Derobie to win the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year category.
High-Life Artiste of the Year; This is one of the prestigious award categories, and any artiste that wins this category is seen to be one of the greatest. This is because almost all the genre of music we have in Ghana draw their inspiration from High-Life Music.
privilegeamoah.com sees Kofi Kinaata winning the High-life artiste of the year category in the close margin with Kuami Eugene who is the sitting high-life king.
Best Rapper of the Year; This is the bragging right for those who think they rap best, will Medikal retain his crown as the best rapper of the year? Well, we tip Sarkodie to win the 2020 VGMA best rapper of the year.
Best New Artiste of the Year; VGMA uncovers a new artist and usher them into the mainstream by recognizing their hard work and effort, the year under discussion. privilegeamoah.com strongly pictures Fameye winning this Year’s New artist award.
MAIN AWARDS OF THE NIGHT, VGMA 2020.
Most Popular Song of the Year; How popular is your favourite song and do you think it will win? Well, the year under review we saw quite a few songs making extra waves and continues hit in our trends but we firmly believe Kofi Kinaata – Things Fall Apart should win this category but also expect a tight competition from Sarkodie – Oofeetso ft. Prince Bright.
Artiste of the Year; The artiste of the year award is given to the most hardworking Ghanaian, the year under review. Last year didn’t see anyone wear the crown due to the unfortunate incident that happens between Shatta wale and Stonebwoy, making Late Ebony the reigning artiste of the Year.
We hereby solidly put our hard-earned penny on Sarkodie to win the artiste of the year award.