LilWin goes after TGMA board for frequent snubs

The Ghana Music Awards board and organizers have responded to Kwadwo Nkansah, also known as “LilWin,” saying, “I’m seen as a comedian so I am not taken seriously.”

Furthermore, he claimed, “they assume I already have a reputable name and so there is no need to add to it.”

The music musician, producer, and actor chatted with Nana Romeo on Accra 100.5 FM.

Noting that it is not so in America, he asserted he had “back-to-back hits” with “all the stars” and so “I should have long been nominated or won in categories like New Artiste of the Year and Discovery of the Year”.

LilWin goes after TGMA board for frequent snubs

“I’m, however, not taken seriously, so I’m focused on doing what I can,” he added.

On why he has not confronted the GMAs over the issue, he said: “The trophy comes with no money” and his priority is to “get booked to perform at various shows”.

“If the metal was added to some GHS50,000 or GHS100,000,” he stressed he would take the snub seriously. “We’re moving forward and playing plenty of shows.”

“Ghana has only five musicians who can rock a stage, and I am one of them,” LilWin asserted.

He said some musicians are uninteresting on stage “because they are often unserious,” unlike him who is energised “when I see the crowd. I want to do something spectacular that will excite them and have them look forward to another of my performances”.

The Kumawood actor said that while his career initially took off because of his films, “when I ventured into music, I took it seriously – God has blessed me.”

In its 25th year, Charterhouse Ghana is the organizing organization and Telecel Ghana is the main sponsor of the Ghana Music Awards.

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