The nominees announcement for the 24th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is currently underway.
Several categories have been announced since the show aired early on Saturday morning on TV3 and Youtube.
Organizers will continue to announce more categories every hour until 9:00 pm when it makes the final announcement for the Big 5 Categories; Best New Artiste, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year, and Artiste of the Year.
Ahead of this year’s ceremony, airing live on May 13 from the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC), 3News can exclusively announce the nominees for Best Gospel Song, Best Hi-life Song, Best Hip-life Song, Best Afrobeats Song and many more.
Friday Night, Stubborn Academy, Anadwo, Abonten, Grace, Ewiase By Kweku Flick will compete for the highly coveted spot as Best Hip-life song.
Atia by Epixode ft Kwabena Kwabena, My Proposal by AK Songstress, Adi dede by Adina, Adom by Kwesi Arthur, Kelvyn Boy’s Down Flat and Have Mercy from the stables of Kofi Kinaata will also fight it out for Best Hi-life song
Best Gospel song will be awarded to one of the following nominees: Final Say – Celestine Donkor, Waye me yie – Piesie Esther, My Meditation – Diana Hamilton, Kadosh – Joe Mettle, Hewale Lala – Perez Muzik, Tegbe Tegbe – Bethel Revival choir ft Edwin Dadson, This Far – Ewura Abena and Mala – MOG music.
Other categories announced so far include :
Best Hip-hop Song
Best Reggae/Dancehall Song
Best Afrobeats Song
Best Afropop Song