2015 VGMAs’ Review from GC Reporter Who Was At the Event: A Whole Country Dazzles On A Red Carpet , 9 Hours for Just An Award Show & the Way Forward


I’m really not feeling too well and without any spiritual consultation, I attribute the sickness to the 2015 VGMAs—and I will let you know the reason later in my write-up.

The 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards has already been reviewed by Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri in detail, mostly from the point of a broadcast viewer so I’m not going to bother you about what has been said already.

From his point of view as someone who watched it via the internet, he had several legitimate reservations. On the other hand, I’m going to delve into the entire convention-like event (lasting for about 9 hours for some of us) from the point of view of being present there.

Sound and Picture Quality

It’s a must for me to sympathize with all those who either watched it on television or via the internet. I can envisage how painful it will be to sacrifice your sleeping time for an award show, only to be slammed in the face with poor picture quality and bad sound.

I cannot admit for sure if the picture and sound qualities were that poor or not since I was in the auditorium experiencing the program live with my naked eyes.

For picture quality, I think my two eyes served the purpose of transmitting high resolution pictures to my brain so I do not have any issue with regards to the excellence of pictures.

I’m not a sound technician but what I will say is the sound I heard in the auditorium was okay. At some points in time, the bass frequency went up beyond normal, making it impossible to clearly hear the songs been played though.

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ALL THE PHOTOS From the 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards | The Red Carpet & the Performances…

The annual Vodafone Ghana Music Awards took place last night with Stonebwoy winning the top Artiste of the Year Award. The event which was hosted by actress-Joselyn Dumas and Nathaniel Attoh dragged on for over 6 hours—and it was badly produced. If you want to know what went down, CLICK HERE for our review + … Read more

Sarkodie vrs Charter House & the Ignorant Grammys Comparison | Has Sarkodie Gotten the Right to Charge 1.2 Billion Cedis for 15 Minutes Performance? | My Submission


First of all, let me mention that I am not much of a Sarkodie fan but I acknowledge and appreciate his hard work, dedication—and his ability to have succeeded in an ‘industry’ fully soaked in weakness.

When it comes to Charter House, I really don’t like big companies or corporations, because they always screw the small guy up—and over the years, I’ve said the lack of competition and the ‘monopolistic’ status of Charter House is somewhat turning them into an industry demi-god. Going against their flowing current means you should expect to be shunned, banned or marginalised—and that is the definition of TYRANNY.

Now that I have made it clear that I do not necessarily admire Charter House or Sarkodie though I respect their success, let’s dispassionately consider the substantive issue which many have missed in their discussion over the recent Sarkodie-Charter House brouhaha…

It all started when Sarkodie took to social media to rant over the violation of his personality right—using his name or image for a commercial purpose without his consent or agreed compensation. This is both a statutory and common law violation, which means, Charter House did not just erred when they did that to Sarkodie (irrespective of their compelling reasons), they also broke the law…

Sarkodie had every right, be it moral or legal to be upset of this considering how hard he has worked without any industry support to obtain his current musical status. His fans see him as some sort of Hiplife god and to be frank, he is—more like Ghana’s version of Kanye West.

For this, insults, rants and blows went the way of Charter House from the fans and even some established Ghanaian artistes. Legally, I supported Sarkodie for the simple fact that, Ghanaians continue to take the piss out of people’s intellectual property rights and personality rights on every scale.

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Watch Live + All the Updates | The Facts & Our Predictions : 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards…the Red Carpet, the Awards, the Performances & the Commentaries | CLICK HERE NOW

Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2015
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READ ALSO: Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2015 Review: Sorry to Everyone Who Tortured Himself for Over 6 Hours to Watch Bad Pictures, Endure Bad Sound, Bad Stage Coordination, Bad Performances, Bad Production & Bad Everything


The 2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards will take place this Saturday-11 April, 2015 at the Accra International Conference Centre—and GhanaCelebrities.Com has put together a team of 7 writers/bloggers to sit up that night and bring our valued readers who can watch the event LIVE HERE certain important live updates and commentaries to spice up this year’s Ghana Music Awards experience.

We also have a reporter who will be at the Event, sending in live photos and reports and together with our online team who will be chipping in their comments—and will also be monitoring social media for what people are saying, we promise to give you a FUN night.

So all you have to do is, is logon here at exactly 7pm on Saturday with your tea, pop corn or whatever and join the  millions of Ghanaians around the world who would be sharing the night with us.Using our comment box below, you can join the discussion while watching the event LIVE…

As part of our live update, we will also take you through some of the important past happenings in the life of the Ghana Music Awards to remind ourselves of how the journey has been all these years—-as we embrace ourselves for the 2015 event.

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