Stonebwoy Laments Ghana’s Inability To Join Grammys Africa As A Founding Member

Stonebwoy, a well-known reggae/dancehall musician from Ghana, has expressed his disappointment that his country was not able to sign an agreement to become a founding member of the Grammys Africa initiative.

The well-known singer, who was just named the 25th TGMA Artiste of the Year, emphasized the enormous advantages and business prospects that this kind of program may offer the country’s creative sector.

Stonebwoy asked on Twitter why Ghana was still not a founding member of the Grammys Africa program.

While expressing his appreciation to Dentaa Amoateng and others for their assistance in trying to provide Ghana with this chance, he also voiced concerns about the nation’s incapacity to secure the capital required to finalize the service deal.

The ‘Therapy’ hitmaker made note of the fact that other African countries, like Nigeria, Rwanda, and South Africa, have already signed up for the program, guaranteeing their places and enjoying the consequent advantages.

Stonebwoy emphasized that Ghana would benefit economically from the creative industry as well as culturally from the country’s involvement in the Grammys Africa project.

He tweeted, saying:

“The Latin Grammys were created because the Grammys’ growth into Africa is comparable to its growth into Latin America.

“To become founding members, the governments of South Africa, Rwanda, and Nigeria have all paid and sealed their service agreements. First and foremost, why not Ghana? 2. How does the government get the funding? 3. Why can’t the government ask business to contribute to the funds raised? 4. Isn’t it crucial to participate in this?” he wrote.

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