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    VGMA24: Black Sherif wins Artist of the Year at the 24th VGMAs


    Black SherifThe top award at the 24th annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards went to Black Sherif.

    At the just concluded music awards ceremony held at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Center (AICC), the young Ghanaian singer Black Sherif was named Artiste of the Year.

    Black Sherif competed alongside Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, King Promise, Camidoh, Kidi, Piesie Esther, and Joe Mettle in the Artist of the Year category.

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    In related article, King Promise, a well-known Afropop and Afrobeat performer, has finally had his long-awaited moment as he receives the Best Afrobeat/Afropop award.

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    At the 24th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, which are now taking place at the Grand Arena, Accra International Conference Center, King Promise was named “Best Afrobeats/Afropop Artiste”.

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    Over the years, King Promise’s failure to win multiple accolades at the Vodafone Ghana Music accolades has alarmed fans and other well-wishers. This year’s nominees included Camidoh, King Promise, Gyakie, Kidi, Wendy Shay, and Kelvyn Boy.

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