Spokesperson for Charter House, organizers of Ghana Music Awards, George Quaye has affirmed that renowned Ghanaian dancehall artist, Shatta Wale’s recommendation for a GMA award determined by the Award Committee.

Speaking on Pluzz FM Thursday, the TV personality reiterated that though there are lapses in most of the awards organized in Ghana but it should not give artistes the right to denigrate the organizers.

According to him it’s not fair for artistes to speak against awards programmes and decide to opt out, only to make a u-turn and try to join again after their uncouth comments about the awards go viral.

“It’s not fair that based on what an artist feels, he or she decides to boycott the awards and later want to come in. Though there are lapses in every Awards organised, it’s only with time that it can get better, so be careful what you say because you cannot take it back.”

He noted that Shatta Wale’s should have carefully considered his decision to stay away from any future GMA events, saying that would have avoided his needless rantings that led to the court action.

“Shatta Wale is my brother i like him and like his song as well, He is a great artiste and a good performer on stage but we are still in court with him,” George Quaye noted.

Meanwhile Charterhouse Productions Limited, organizers of the annual Ghana Music Awards Festival has announced to musicians, music industry practitioners and members of the general public that nominations are opened for awards considerations in the upcoming edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards festival slated for May 2016.



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