Telecel Ghana Music Awards 2024: Winners Recap

by SheIsLapel

Welcome to the summary of the nominations, categories, and winners for the 25th Telecel Ghana Music Awards (#25thTGMA) held at Charter House. The Telecel Ghana Music Awards 2024 celebrated an eclectic mix of musical brilliance, honoring the industry’s finest across various categories. It was a fantastic night of live performances by artists such as MzBel, Efya, Nokturnal, Okyeame Kwame, and Akatakyie, to name a few. Surprisingly, the event ended around 5 am, but the fun continued. Follow me as I take you through the winners of the night.

Nacee clinched the Best Gospel Song award with the soul-stirring “Aseda,” while also securing the title of Best Gospel Artiste. Stonebwoy’s dominance continued as he claimed the Best Reggae/Dancehall Artiste accolade, while Kofi Kinaata’s infectious “Efiekuma Love” earned him the Best Reggae/Dancehall Song honor. King Promise’s beloved anthem “Terminator” earned him the title of Most Popular Song. Strongman’s poignant “Dear God” secured him the Best Rap Performance award, showcasing his lyrical prowess. Kuami Eugene’s mastery of the highlife genre was recognized with the Best Highlife Artiste of the Year award, while Amerado and Fameye’s collaboration on “Kweku Ananse RMX” was deemed the Highlife Song of the Year. Stonebwoy’s collaboration with Angelique Kidjo on “Manodzi” earned him the prestigious Songwriter of the Year award. Kofi Karikari’s emotive rendition of “You Are Great” alongside Eternity earned him the Best Male Vocal Performance, while Queendalyn Yurglee’s soulful delivery on “Hold My Hands” secured her the Best Female Vocal Performance title.

Black Sherif’s meteoric rise in the hip-hop scene was acknowledged with the Best Hip-Hop Artiste award, while Stonebwoy’s collaboration with Angelique Kidjo on “Manodzi” earned them the Record of The Year. Stonebwoy’s album “5th Dimension” stood out, clinching the Album/EP of The Year award. His collaboration with Angelique Kidjo on “Manodzi” also earned them the International Collaboration of the Year award. KiDi’s collaboration with Stonebwoy on “Liquor” was deemed the Collaboration of the Year. Sarkodie’s compelling “Otan” secured him the Best Hip-Hop Song title, while Davido’s global impact earned him the African Artiste of the Year award. King Paluta’s breakthrough earned him the title of Best New Artist.

In the realm of visuals, Kuami Eugene’s collaboration with Rotimi on “Cryptocurrency” was a visual masterpiece, earning them the Best Music Video award. King Promise’s infectious “Terminator” was crowned the Best Afropop Song, while Olive the Boy’s “Goodsin” captured the essence of Afrobeats, earning him the Best Afrobeats Song award. King Promise’s consistent delivery in the Afrobeats genre earned him the Best Afrobeats Artiste award. Kweku Ananse’s collaboration with Fameye on “Amerado” was recognized as the Best Highlife Song. King Paluta’s collaboration with Kuami Eugene on the remix of “Yahitte” clinched the Best Hip-Life Song title. Miz Master Garzy’s engineering finesse on “Manodzi” earned him the Audio Engineer of the Year award, while MOG Beatz’s exceptional production skills secured him the Producer of the Year. Xbill Ebenezer’s direction on the music video for “Cryptocurrency” stood out, earning him the Best Video Director award. Kwesi Amewuga’s promising talent earned him the title of Unsung Artiste of the Year, while Amakye Dede’s enduring legacy was celebrated with the Life Achievement Award. Eugene Zuta’s impactful work was acknowledged with the Music for Good Award, rounding up a night of celebration and recognition within Ghana’s vibrant music industry.

At the pinnacle of artistic excellence, the Artist of the Year category at the Telecel Ghana Music Awards 2024 showcased an array of unparalleled talent featuring the industry’s luminaries. Amongst the esteemed nominees, including Black Sherif, King Promise, Kuami Eugene, Nacee, Sarkodie, and Stonebwoy, it was Stonebwoy who emerged triumphant. His unparalleled contributions to the Ghanaian music scene resonated with resounding acclaim. With his distinctive sound, electrifying performances, and unwavering commitment to his craft, Stonebwoy’s win epitomizes musical brilliance and serves as a testament to his enduring influence within the industry.

Thanks for sticking with me through this overview of the Telecel Ghana Music Awards 2024. Wherever you are and whatever you’re doing, I hope this encourages you to put your best foot forward in your respective industries.

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