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VGMA 2021: A Night of Outstanding Performances and Some Missed Marks

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The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) celebrated its 24th edition with an array of spectacular performances from some of Ghana’s top musicians. The night was filled with energy and excitement as fans both in person and at home were treated to a night of great music.

The evening started on a high note with the Gospel All-Star led by Piesie Esther. They wowed the audience with their vocal prowess and showmanship, setting the tone for the rest of the night. The winner of the Unsung category, DSL, also delivered a flawless performance that left the audience impressed. Kwabena Kwabena’s performance was also noteworthy, showcasing his incredible talent and proving that he has not lost his touch.

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The newly crowned Artiste of the Year, Black Sherif, gave an emotionally charged performance that got everyone talking. He worked well with the live band and performed some of his hit songs, including a touching tribute to his late girlfriend. Sarkodie, who closed the show, delivered a flawless performance of his classic songs and left the audience on their feet.

While the majority of performers were impressive, some missed the mark. Lasmid, who won the Best New Artiste award, had an awkward performance as he struggled to keep up with the DJ. Medikal, who made a grand entrance in a car, appeared tired and lacked breath control. Gyakie, who is known for her hit songs, fell short of expectations with her performance.

For the most part, the VGMA showcased some of Ghana’s top musical talents, but also highlighted areas where some artistes could improve. The night was an enjoyable and entertaining evening that left fans eagerly anticipating the next edition.

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