Stonebwoy, Ghanaian reggae dancehall artist, faced disappointment as his submissions for the 2024 Grammy Awards didn’t secure any nominations. Despite submitting songs from his recent album ‘5th Dimension’ and the entire album, none made the cut.
In the category of Best African Music Performance, Stonebwoy’s entry ‘Manodzi’ featuring Angelique Kidjo faced tough competition. He ultimately lost it to ‘Amapiano’ by Asake & Olamide.
Other contenders included Burna Boy with ‘City Boys,’ Davido featuring Musa Keys with ‘UNAVAILABLE,’ Ayra Starr with ‘Rush,’ and Tyla with ‘Water.’
Unfortunately, it wasn’t just Stonebwoy; gospel artist MOG and multiple-time nominee Rocky Dawuni also faced disappointment as their submissions didn’t receive nominations.
The Grammy Awards mark prestigious recognition in the music industry. It remains a highly competitive arena where only a few make the final cut.
Stonebwoy and his fellow artists, while not securing nominations for the 2024 Grammy Awards, continue to contribute to the vibrant and diverse musical landscape, showcasing the wealth of talent within the African music scene.
The Grammy journey is an unpredictable one. Artists often face both successes and setbacks as they aim for recognition on the global stage.
In an interesting turn of events,Stonebwoy has gotten a Grammy nomination through his contribution to Beenie Man’s Simma album.
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