Ghana Is Way Above The Grammy Awards- Fuse ODG Slams Critics Judging Artistes With The Grammys

Ghanaian Afrobeats singer Fuse ODG has urged the African entertainment world to help build a platform for the outside world to also envy the industry.

Recall Fuse ODG recently sparked a whole controversy in the Ghanaian media space that Ghana is way above the Grammy Awards when he was asked to give his take on how Ghanaian artists are now been scrutinized by their inability to win a Grammy award for the country.

Speaking in an exclusive interview this morning on the ‘Day Break Hitz’ morning show aired on Accra-based radio station Hitz FM and hosted by renowned disc jockey and on-air personality Andy Dosty, Fuse added that the country is blessed with so many beautiful talents and Ghanaians should begin to celebrate them.

The ‘ Antenna ’ hitmaker stated the Grammy award is just a man-made award by the ‘White people’ who want to show their supremacy over the ‘Black people’ and what they do in the world of music.

He said people should not value or describe artists in Ghana with their inability to win a Grammy award as the country is way above the award scheme.

This comes after most Ghanaians and music lovers started bashing some top musicians in the country like Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, etc after Nigerian Afrobeats singer Burna Boy won Global Album of the Year at this year’s edition of the Grammy Awards.

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