In a recent article, Arnold Asamoah Baidoo talks about why Ghanaian musicians shouldn’t be disheartened by not getting nominated for the Grammys this year. He explains how being recognized by the Grammys can make a huge difference in a musician’s career, bringing more respect, opportunities, and a wider audience.
Arnold also highlights the financial benefits, calling it the “Grammy Bounce,” where winning can significantly boost concert ticket sales and producer fees. He encourages Ghanaian artists to keep working hard, mentioning names like Stonebwoy, Amaarae, Fuse ODG, and Black Sherif, who are making strides in the industry.
Moreover, Arnold suggests that those in the Ghanaian music industry should actively contribute to getting Ghanaian artists recognized by joining the Recording Academy’s Voting Academy. He points out that this approach has worked well for Nigerian artists who have been proactive in promoting their own.
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