The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) CEO has recently addressed the possibility of Shatta Wale’s return to the scheme, and it’s creating quite a buzz in the music industry.
While some argue that the controversial reggae-dancehall artist should be banned permanently for his past misconduct, others believe in giving him a second chance.
In response to these concerns, the VGMA CEO stated that the scheme’s sole purpose is to recognize and celebrate Ghana’s music talents, and their decision will be based on that premise alone.
She also emphasized that they want to make sure that the scheme is respected and adhered to by all artists, regardless of their popularity and reputation. It’s not an easy decision to make, as it involves balancing the artists’ rights and interests with the scheme’s integrity and credibility.
However, the VGMA CEO’s statement shows that they are committed to maintaining fair and just standards, despite the pressure and criticisms that come with their role. As the VGMA prepares for its upcoming edition, the music community eagerly awaits their decision on whether Shatta Wale will be allowed to participate or not. Until then, all we can do is wait and hope that justice prevails.
During an interview on Hitz FM, the renowned artist Shatta Wale expressed his willingness to participate in the scheme if invited by the organizers. He emphasized the importance of a personalized and respectful approach, stating that he is a busy artist with multiple commitments to his music and business.
Shatta Wale emphasized that he values the efforts of the organizers and anticipates a mutually beneficial collaboration, provided that the communication is handled appropriately. This sentiment reflects Shatta Wale’s commitment to his craft and his desire to deliver his best work to his fans.