Kojo Cue shares experience on how VGMA bounced his album
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Kojo Cue shares experience on how VGMA bounced his album

Kojo Cue shares experience on how VGMA bounced his album

Talented rapper, Kojo Cue has shared bizzare  experience after his 2019 album christened “For My Brothers” did not gain nominations in the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).

According to him, the album deserved to be nominated but per the criteria the board was looking for it did not meet.

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Expressing his sorrow, Kojo Cue explained that the board revealed that album was supposed to have some hit songs that people could identify with.

He noted that his album, per VGMA board decision did not have hit tracks, hence why he was not nominated.

Kojo Cue however revealed that he knew he would not be nominated and was not surprised for his album to be rejected in 2019.

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The rapper released  “For My Brothers” in the year 2019 and to the surprise of many music lovers, it did not get nominated for the VGMA.

Ghanaian musician, Kwaw Kese was one of the renowned people who shared his thoughts about the album, saying it was a hot album which could have made it to 2020 VGMA.

According to him, aside from Kojo Cue’s album, all the other albums released in 2019 did not carry any fire, not even Patapaa’s album which he (Kwaw Kese) helped him to promote.

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Like joke like joke no better album drop this year oo”.

However, after realising that he was going against some of the musicians, he made a U-Turn and stated that;

“@KOJO_Cue Album be fire, not a scam

Source: www.spotonnews.net

Written by Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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