Amerado’s team has petitioned board over ‘Kwaku Ananse’ snub – Robert klah

Rapper Amerado of Ghana has taken a daring step to correct what he believes to be a tmTelecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) board oversight.

The talented artist’s team has petitioned the board to remove his hit song “Kwaku Ananse” from the category of most popular song.

Recall that on March 28, 2024, following the announcement of the nominees by the award organizers, Amerado used his social media pages to raise questions.
Ask the Telecel Ghana Music Awards [TGMA] Charterhouse organizers why they did not include his hit song “Kwaku Ananse” in the nominations.

During the evening, Amerado received two nominations. The Hardest: Amerado placed in the best rap performance category, and Kwaku Ananse Remix: Amerado ft. Fameye placed in the best collaboration category. However, the first rendition of his well-known song, “Kwaku Ananse,” was not nominated.

The versatile rapper expressed his disbelief in a tweet on X, saying that despite the song’s widespread appeal, it was not nominated for any awards.

“Dear @GHMusicAwards, Why was Kwaku Ananse (original) not nominated?” He questioned

But in an interview with Andy Dosty of Hitz FM, Robert Klah, the TGMA’s head of public events and communication, revealed that the rapper’s camp had officially petitioned the board regarding the exclusion. He said that Amerado’s appeal is being examined and, should it be worthy, will be taken into consideration for inclusion.


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