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After the unusual break-in-calendar of the 21st Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, Charterhouse is thrilled to announce a comeback.

Organizers and partners have settled on Friday 28th and Saturday 29th August as the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Festival Weekend.

Given the peculiarity of this year as a result of COVID-19, some notable events within the festival will not be held. Key amongst them are the Nominees Jam and the Celebrations Jam.

The revised calendar thus begins with the big conversation on who wins what, on the VGMA21 CountDown Series, showing 6pm every Sunday on TV3 and online on Facebook – Charterhouse Ghana.

The 30mins show features seasoned industry pundits in category discussions, analysis and predictions.

This has already begun.
The 7th edition of the VGMA Unsung follows with a pre-produced concert which will be shown on TV for public voting and participation.

This year, six (6) promising acts were selected from over 5000 social media submissions- Imrana, Gyakie, Teflon Flexx, Kofi Jamar, Sherry Boss, and Abochi.

These are young, talented, and ambitious musicians who are ready to go all out to win a performance slot on music’s biggest night.

The festival will be climaxed with a two-day awards weekend on 28th and 29th August, for Industry Awards and Public Awards respectively.

There will be NO PUBLIC ATTENDANCE and the event will be produced solely for broadcast on TV and Digital platforms.

It will feature some of the best performances from chart topping artistes and will be broadcast on TV3, DStv and streamed on social media pages of Ghana Music Awards (Facebook) and Charterhouse Live (YouTube).

Voting remains open for all categories.

Fans have the power to determine who wins what in respective categories by voting via SMS to Short Code 1767 on Vodafone only, and free at As always, terms and conditions apply.

The 21st Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is proudly brought to you by Vodafone, in association with TV3, KPMG, DStv, and powered by Charterhouse. For more information and on-the-go-updates, kindly visit or Ghana Music Awards on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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Promising African Artiste “Synthez Tg” Is Set to Outdoor a New song titled “Ce soir C’est Gate”



Kobiye Kan Entertainment signed artiste “Synthez Tg” is all set to debut his new single titled “Ce soir C’est Gate” which is translated in English as “Joyful Evening”.

Synthez Tg proves how versatile he is as an artiste and also said the song talks more about happiness in life.

The song to be released was produced by Flex-Cy Maestro.

Keep your fingers crossed and as we wait for the new release, kindly check out the current video trending by Synthez TG. Watch the video below.


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Sarkodie, with the aid of the Oofeestso accomplice, Prince Bright dabbles around the Dr. UN & Kumerica fuss in new single; Gimme Way.

Sarkodie talks about how he used to think he was a hard guy until he met Mr. Fordjour aka Dr. UN.

In the song, Sark rapped; “I used to think I was a hard guy until I met Dr. UN who gave me an empty bottle as an award”

He then goes on to say that was one bad situation he caught himself in and if he meets him, he will certainly give him a slap on the neck—We know Sark was JOKING about that line.

Sarkodie doesn’t end it there, goes on to talk about how he wasted time going for that fake award when he could have used that time well by making love to his wife, Tracey of course.

That aside, we think the song is great and a certified banger!

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Watch How Mr Drew Was Saved By Obaya In Koforidua Over The Weekend



We all know how Mr Drew performs on stage with his great songs, you would agree that he’s a real entertainer and brings excitement to the audience as everyone, screams his name, sing along his songs and give him all the attention that he deserves as an A-list artiste but the case was different this time around when he came to Koforidua .

Mr Drew started his performance with all the energy, performing his best song but the Koforidua folks refused to sing along, blink an eye and just stared at him like they’ve never heard his name or his songs before.

All was slow for the “Eat” hitmaker until Obaya joined him on stage to perform his “Dw3” song then the crowd started screaming for him. This time, no fan was interested in touching Mr Drew, they were all gaga about Eastern’s finest Obaya. They all had a good night.

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