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Black Sherif Shares Thoughts on Potential Win or Loss at VGMA Artiste of the Year

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Black Sherif, the front runner for this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste of the Year, has expressed his thoughts on the potential outcomes of the event. In an interview with blogger, Zionfelix, Black Sherif shared his confidence ahead of the event. He stated that if he wins, he and his team will walk onto the stage, take the award, thank everyone, and then have a special party with all his “rastas” the next day. He added that if he loses, he will simply stand up, go home, and have a Thanksgiving celebration with his rastas.

For the most part, Black Sherif remained confident and expressed no disappointment, stating that he has worked hard and is proud of his achievements so far. He faces stiff competition from other top artists such as Piesie Esther and Stonebwoy, but believes that his hard work will be rewarded.

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Black Sherif has taken the Ghanaian music scene by storm with hits such as “Second Sermon” and “The Villain I Never Was”. His fans have shown unwavering support for him regardless of the outcome at the awards ceremony.

The annual VGMA celebrates Ghanaian musicians and their achievements, recognizing outstanding performances in various categories. The Artiste of the Year award is given to the artist(s) with the most audience appeal and popularity during the year, as judged by the Academy, Board, and the General Public. To qualify, the artist(s) must have released a hit single/EP/album and secured one of the highest nominations for the year.

KPMG, an audit firm, oversees the public voting process, which accounts for 40% of the artist’s total score. Meanwhile, the VGMA Academy and Board each hold 30% influence in deciding the final winner.

Black Sherif, known for his unique style and storytelling abilities in his music, has garnered critical acclaim and a large following. He seeks to break the VGMA jinx and secure the coveted Artiste of the Year award. Regardless of the outcome, Black Sherif’s positive outlook and unwavering dedication to his craft will see him produce hit after hit, making him a strong contender for the award in the future.

The 2023 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ceremony will be broadcast live on TV3 from the Grand Arena in Accra on May 6th, 2023.

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