Kelvynboy, an Afrobeats artist, and his management team have stated that they have no faith in any form of award scheme in Ghana.
In response to a question from radio host Abeiku Sanatana about whether he would win Most Popular Song at the upcoming awards, the “Down Flat” singer stated that he did not trust organizers, as expressed by a member of his team.
“I don’t know… (pauses) and to be honest we don’t trust them, even the Grammy awards people have issues with it,” he pointed out.
Kelvynboy who is a former winner of the Unsung Artiste category at the VGMA’s explained that all the other competitors were extremely good and losing out to any of them will hurt really bad.
“If I don’t win it, I’ll be hurt but there are other equally popular songs on there and I deserve it too if I pick up the award. When I looked at the nomination, I saw other very good artiste there so it’s cool whichever way,” he said
Kelvyn Boy was nominated for Best Afrobeats/Afropop Artiste and Most Popular Song of the Year at the 24th Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, which were hosted by Charterhouse.