Who Wins TGMA Artiste of the Year: King Promise or Stonebwoy?

The Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA) are just around the corner, and the excitement is building up!

One of the most highly anticipated categories is the Artiste of the Year award, with two top contenders vying for the top spot: King Promise and Stonebwoy

Stonebwoy, with an impressive 15 nominations under his belt, has had a phenomenal year. His collaboration with Angelique Kidjo on “Manodzi” was a masterstroke, and his performances around the world have cemented his status as a global artist. His concert at the Accra Sports Stadium last Christmas was one of the biggest events of the season, and his single “Into The Future” has been making waves on streaming platforms.

King Promise, on the other hand, has had a remarkable year as well. His hit song “Terminator” has sparked a viral TikTok challenge, amassed 41 million views on YouTube, and even got remixed with Jamaican rapper and singer Sean Paul and Nigerian star Tiwa Savage.

Both artists have had an incredible year, and it’s a tough call to make. Will the TGMA Artiste of the Year award go to the versatile and globally recognized Stonebwoy (1Gad), or the talented and viral sensation King Promise? The answer will be revealed at the Grand Arena of the Accra International Conference Centre (AICC) on Saturday, June 1.

The Case for Stonebwoy (1Gad)

Stonebwoy’s impressive 15 nominations are a testament to his hard work and dedication to his craft. With a career spanning over a decade, he has consistently pushed the boundaries of Ghanaian music, experimenting with various genres and collaborating with international artists. His music has resonated with fans across the continent and beyond, earning him a loyal following.

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His concert at the Accra Sports Stadium last Christmas was a landmark event, showcasing his exceptional stage presence and ability to command a crowd. His single “Into The Future” has been a huge success, with its inspiring lyrics and catchy melody making it a fan favorite.

Stonebwoy’s influence on Ghanaian music is undeniable, and his contributions to the industry are worthy of recognition. If he wins the Artiste of the Year award, it will be a well-deserved honor, cementing his status as one of Ghana’s music legends.

The Case for King Promise

King Promise, on the other hand, has had a phenomenal year, with his hit song “Terminator” taking the music scene by storm. The song’s catchy beat and infectious lyrics made it a viral sensation, with fans across the country singing along to its chorus.

King Promise’s ability to craft hits that resonate with a wide audience is impressive, and his collaboration with Sean Paul and Tiwa Savage on the “Terminator” remix was a masterstroke. His music has a unique blend of Afrobeat and highlife, making him a standout artist in the Ghanaian music scene.

If King Promise wins the Artiste of the Year award, it will be a testament to his talent and dedication to his craft. He has shown that with hard work and determination, anything is possible, and his success is an inspiration to up-and-coming artists.

The Verdict

Both Stonebwoy (1Gad) and King Promise have had an incredible year, and the Artiste of the Year award could go either way. Stonebwoy’s experience and contributions to the industry make him a strong contender, while King Promise’s viral hits and unique sound make him a force to be reckoned with.

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Ultimately, the winner will be decided by the TGMA judges and voters, but one thing is certain – both artists have made Ghana proud, and their music will continue to inspire and entertain fans for years to come.


Source: Contributor / RG Exclusive

Mr Riddims

Mr Riddims, CEO of Riddims Ghana Network who is a Blogger | Artiste Promoter | Website Designer | Radio DJ | Artiste Manager | Music Distributer etc.

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