Telecel powers 25th celebration of Ghana Music Awards

Telecel powers 25th celebration of Ghana Music Awards

The recent Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMAs) celebration marked its 25th anniversary with a dazzling event held at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre last Saturday.

The highlight of the night was Stonebwoy winning the prestigious Artiste of the Year award, amidst a plethora of genre-defying performances and groundbreaking victories.

Telecel Ghana, the headline sponsor, presented two awards for its sponsored categories, with King Promise’s song “Terminator” snagging the Telecel Most Popular Song of the Year award.

Additionally, Eugene Zuta was honored with the Music for Good award for his advocacy against human trafficking.

Ing. Patricia Obo-Nai, the Chief Executive of Telecel Ghana, emphasized the telco’s commitment to celebrating Ghanaian creativity and positive change through music.

She expressed the company’s dedication to supporting local talents in the creative arts industry.

The event took attendees on a nostalgic trip with captivating performances by T-blaze, Mzbel, Okyeame Kwame, Akatakyie, and Reggie Rockstone, showcasing Ghana’s rich hiplife history dating back to the inception of the awards scheme in 1999.

The legendary highlife artist, Abrantie Amakye Dede, was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Award and treated guests to a captivating live performance.

Hosted by Naa Ashorkor and Chris Attoh, the TGMAs featured electrifying performances by various artists, including Efya, Mr Drew, Stonebwoy, Kuami Eugene, and King Promise.

Stonebwoy emerged as the night’s biggest winner, taking home seven awards, including Artist of the Year and Reggae/Dancehall Artiste.

The Telecel Red Room, the exclusive after-party venue, exceeded expectations this year with a larger space, increased attendance, and non-stop entertainment till sunrise.

Attendees enjoyed expertly crafted cocktails, gourmet food, and energizing music in a perfect networking and socializing setting.

As the headline sponsor for the past 13 years, Telecel Ghana pledged to continue supporting the TGMAs to amplify local talents and foster collaboration in the creative arts industry.

Organized by Charterhouse, the TGMAs remain Ghana’s premier annual awards scheme for recognizing exceptional music talents across diverse genres.

The 25th edition of the TGMAs not only celebrated the winners but also paid tribute to the rich tapestry of Ghanaian music history.

It was a night to remember, filled with exceptional performances, well-deserved accolades, and a sense of unity within the music community.