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2023 GRAMMY Nominations: See The Complete Nominees List

As the 2023 GRAMMYs approach, it’s finally time to reveal the nominees

The 2023 GRAMMYs, officially known as the 65th GRAMMY Awards, will air live on Sunday, Feb. 5, from Los Angeles’ Arena, and it will broadcast live on the CBS Television Network and stream live and on-demand on Paramount+ at 8-11:30 p.m. ET / 5-8:30 p.m. PT+. The special ceremony’s broadcast time, hosts, presenters, and performers will be announced soon.

Below is the complete list of the nominees for the 2023 GRAMMYs. See you on Sunday, Feb. 5, for Music’s Biggest Night!

Below is the full list of nominees.


Record of the Year

ABBA – Don’t Shut Me Down
Adele – Easy on Me
Beyoncé – Break My Soul
Brandi Carlile Featuring Lucius – You and Me on the Rock
Doja Cat – Woman
Harry Styles – As It Was
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 5
Lizzo – About Damn Time
Mary J. Blige – Good Morning Gorgeous
Steve Lacy – Bad Habit

Album of the Year

ABBA – Voyage
Adele – 30
Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti
Beyoncé – Renaissance
Brandi Carlile – In These Silent Days
Coldplay – Music of the Spheres
Harry Styles – Harry’s House
Kendrick Lamar – Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers
Lizzo – Special
Mary J. Blige – Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)


Song of the Year

Adele – Easy on Me
Beyoncé – Break My Soul
Bonnie Raitt – Just Like That
DJ Khaled Featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy – God Did
Harry Styles – As It Was
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 5
Lizzo – About Damn Time
Steve Lacy – Bad Habit
Taylor Swift – All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film)


Best New Artist

Domi & JD Beck
Molly Tuttle
Muni Long
Omar Apollo
Samara Joy
Tobe Nwigwe
Wet Leg


Best Pop Solo Performance

Adele – Easy on Me
Bad Bunny – Moscow Mule
Doja Cat – Woman
Harry Styles – As It Was
Lizzo – About Damn Time
Steve Lacy – Bad Habit


Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

ABBA – Don’t Shut Me Down
Camila Cabello Featuring Ed Sheeran – Bam Bam
Coldplay & BTS – My Universe
Post Malone & Doja Cat – I Like You (A Happier Song)
Sam Smith & Kim Petras – Unholy


Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album

Diana Ross – Thank You
Kelly Clarkson – When Christmas Comes Around…
Michael Bublé – Higher
Norah Jones – I Dream of Christmas (Extended)
Pentatonix – Evergreen


Best Pop Vocal Album

ABBA – Voyage
Adele – 30
Coldplay – Music of the Spheres
Harry Styles – Harry’s House
Lizzo – Special


Best Dance/Electronic Recording

Beyoncé – Break My Soul
Bonobo – Rosewood
David Guetta & Bebe Rexha – I’m Good (Blue)
Diplo & Miguel – Don’t Forget My Love
Kaytranada Featuring H.E.R. – Intimidated
Rüfüs Du Sol – On My Knees


Best Dance/Electronic Music Album

Beyoncé – Renaissance
Bonobo – Fragments
Diplo – Diplo
Odesza – The Last Goodbye
Rüfüs Du Sol – Surrender


Best Contemporary Instrumental Album

Brad Mehldau – Jacob’s Ladder
Domi & JD Beck – Not Tight
Grant Geissman – Blooz
Jeff Coffin – Between Dreaming and Joy
Snarky Puppy – Empire Central


Best Rock Performance

Beck – Old Man
The Black Keys – Wild Child
Brandi Carlile – Broken Horses
Bryan Adams – So Happy It Hurts
Idles – Crawl!
Ozzy Osbourne Featuring Jeff Beck – Patient Number 9
Turnstile – Holiday


Best Metal Performance

Ghost – Call Me Little Sunshine
Megadeth – We’ll Be Back
Muse – Kill or Be Killed
Ozzy Osbourne Featuring Tony Iommi – Degradation Rules
Turnstile – Blackout


Best Rock Song

Brandi Carlile – Broken Horses
Ozzy Osbourne Featuring Jeff Beck – Patient Number 9
Red Hot Chili Peppers – Black Summer
Turnstile – Blackout
The War on Drugs – Harmonia’s Dream


Best Rock Album

The Black Keys – Dropout Boogie
Elvis Costello & The Imposters – The Boy Named If
Idles – Crawler
Machine Gun Kelly – Mainstream Sellout
Ozzy Osbourne – Patient Number 9
Spoon – Lucifer on the Sofa


Best Alternative Music Performance

Arctic Monkeys – There’d Better Be a Mirrorball
Big Thief – Certainty
Florence and the Machine – King
Wet Leg – Chaise Lounge
Yeah Yeah Yeahs Featuring Perfume Genius – Spitting Off the Edge of the World


Best Alternative Music Album

Arcade Fire – WE
Big Thief – Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe in You
Björk – Fossora
Wet Leg – Wet Leg
Yeah Yeah Yeahs – Cool It Down


Best R&B Performance

Beyoncé – Virgo’s Groove
Jazmine Sullivan – Hurt Me So Good
Lucky Daye – Over
Mary J. Blige Featuring Anderson .Paak – Here With Me
Muni Long – Hrs & Hrs


Best Traditional R&B Performance

Adam Blackstone Featuring Jazmine Sullivan – ’Round Midnight
Babyface Featuring Ella Mai – Keeps on Fallin’
Beyoncé – Plastic Off the Sofa
Mary J. Blige – Good Morning Gorgeous
Snoh Aalegra – Do 4 Love


Best R&B Song

Beyoncé – Cuff It
Jazmine Sullivan – Hurt Me So Good
Mary J. Blige – Good Morning Gorgeous
Muni Long – Hrs & Hrs
PJ Morton – Please Don’t Walk Away


Best Progressive R&B Album

Cory Henry – Operation Funk
Moonchild – Starfuit
Steve Lacy – Gemini Rights
Tank and the Bangas – Red Balloon
Terrace Martin – Drones


Best R&B Album

Chris Brown – Breezy (Deluxe)
Lucky Daye – Candy Drip
Mary J. Blige – Good Morning Gorgeous (Deluxe)
PJ Morton – Watch the Sun
Robert Glasper – Black Radio III


Best Rap Performance

DJ Khaled Featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy – God Did
Doja Cat – Vegas
Gunna & Future Featuring Young Thug – Pushin P
Hitkidd & Glorilla – F.N.F. (Let’s Go)
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 5


Best Melodic Rap Performance

DJ Khaled Featuring Future & SZA – Beautiful
Future Featuring Drake & Tems – Wait for U
Jack Harlow – First Class
Kendrick Lamar Featuring Blxst & Amanda Reifer – Die Hard
Latto – Big Energy (Live)


Best Rap Song

DJ Khaled Featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy – God Did
Future Featuring Drake & Tems – Wait for U
Gunna & Future Featuring Young Thug – Pushin P
Jack Harlow Featuring Drake – Churchill Downs
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 5


Best Rap Album

DJ Khaled – God Did
Future – I Never Liked You
Jack Harlow – Come Home the Kids Miss You
Kendrick Lamar – Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers
Pusha T – It’s Almost Dry


Best Country Solo Performance

Kelsea Ballerini – Heartfirst
Maren Morris – Circles Around This Town
Miranda Lambert – In His Arms
Willie Nelson – Live Forever
Zach Bryan – Something in the Orange


Best Country Duo/Group Performance

Brothers Osborne – Midnight Rider’s Prayer
Carly Pearce & Ashley McBryde – Never Wanted to Be That Girl
Ingrid Andress & Sam Hunt – Wishful Drinking
Luke Combs & Miranda Lambert – Outrunnin’ Your Memory
Reba McEntire & Dolly Parton – Does He Love You (Revisited)
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss – Gonig Where the Lonely Go


Best Country Song

Cody Johnson – ’Til You Can’t
Luke Combs – Doin’ This
Maren Morris – Circles Around This Town
Miranda Lambert – If I Was a Cowboy
Taylor Swift – I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version) (From the Vault)
Willie Nelson – I’ll Love You Till the Day I Die


Best Country Album

Ashley McBryde – Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville
Luke Combs – Growin’ Up
Maren Morris – Humble Quest
Miranda Lambert – Palomino
Willie Nelson – A Beautiful Time


Best New Age, Ambient, or Chant Album

Cheryl B. Engelhardt – The Passenger
Madi Das, Dave Stringer & Bhakti Without Borders – Mantra Americana
Mystic Mirror – White Sun
Paul Avgerinos – Joy
Will Ackerman – Positano Songs


Best Improvised Jazz Solo

Ambrose Akinmusire – Rounds (Live)
Gerald Albright – Keep Holding On
John Beasley – Cherokee/Koko
Marcus Baylor – Call of the Drum
Melissa Aldana – Falling
Wayne Shorter & Leo Genovese – Endangered Species


Best Jazz Vocal Album

The Baylor Project – The Evening : Live At Apparatus
Carmen Lundy – Fade to Black
Cécile McLorin Salvant – Ghost Song
The Manhattan Transfer & The WDR Funkhausorchester – Fifty
Samara Joy – Linger Awhile


Best Jazz Instrumental Album

Joshua Redman, Brad Mehldau, Christian McBride & Brian Blade – LongGone
Peter Erskine Trio – Live in Italy
Terri Lyne Carrington, Kris Davis, Linda May Han Oh, Nicholas Payton & Matthew Stevens – New Standards, Vol. 1
Wayne Shorter, Terri Lyne Carrington, Leo Genovese & Esperanza Spalding – Live at the Detroit Jazz Festival
Yellowjackets – Parallel Motion


Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album

John Beasley, Magnus Lindgren & SWR Big Band – Bird Lives
Remy Le Boeuf’s Assembly of Shadows – Architecture of Storms
Ron Carter & The Jazzaar Festival Big Band Directed by Christian Jacob – Remembering Bob Freedman
Steve Gadd, Eddie Gomez, Ronnie Cuber & WDR Big Band Conducted by Michael Abene – Center Stage
Steven Feifke, Bijon Watson & Generation Gap Jazz Orchestra – Generation Gap Jazz Orchestra


Best Latin Jazz Album

Arturo O’Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra Featuring The Congra Patria Son Jarocho Collective – Fandango at the Wall in New York
Arturo Sandoval – Rhythm & Soul
Danilo Pérez Featuring The Global Messengers – Crisálida
Flora Purim – If You Will
Miguel Zenón – Música de las Américas


Best Gospel Performance/Song

Doe – When I Pray
Erica Campbell – Positive
Maverick City Music & Kirk Franklin – Kingdom
PJ Morton Featuring Zacardi Cortez, Gene Moore, Samoht, Tim Rogers & Darrel Walls – The Better Benediction
Tye Tribbett – Get Up


Best Contemporary Christian Music Performance/Song

Chris Tomlin – Holy Forever
Crowder & Dante Bowe Featuring Maverick City Music – God Really Loves Us (Radio Version)
Doe – So Good
For King & Country & Hillary Scott – For God Is With Us
Maverick City Music & Kirk Franklin – Fear Is Not My Future
Phil Wickham – Hymn of Heaven (Radio Version)


Best Gospel Album

Doe – Clarity
Maranda Curtis – Die to Live
Maverick City Music & Kirk Franklin – Kingdom Book One (Deluxe)
Ricky Dillard – Breakthrough: The Exodus (Live)
Tye Tribbett – All Things New


Best Contemporary Christian Music Album

Anne Wilson – My Jesus
Chris Tomlin – Always
Elevation Worship – Lion
Maverick City Music – Breathe
TobyMac – Life After Death


Best Roots Gospel Album

Gaither Vocal Band – Let’s Just Praise the Lord
Karen Peck & New River – 2:22
Keith & Kristyn Getty – Confessio – Irish American Roots
Tennessee State University – The Urban Hymnal
Willie Nelson – The Willie Nelson Family


Best Latin Pop Album

Camilo – De Adentro Pa Afuera
Christina Aguilera – Aguilera
Fonseca – Viajante
Rubén Blades & Boca Livre – Pasieros
Sebastián Yatra – Dharma +


Best Música Urbana Album

Bad Bunny – Un Verano Sin Ti
Daddy Yankee – Legendaddy
Farruko – La 167
Maluma – The Love & Sex Tape
Rauw Alejandro – Trap Cake, Vol. 2


Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album

Cimafunk – El Alimento
Fito Paez – Los Años Salvajes
Gaby Moreno – Alegoría
Jorge Drexler – Tinta y Tiempo
Mon Laferte – 1940 Carmen
Rosalía – Motomami


Best Regional Mexican Music Album (Including Tejano)

Chiquis – Abeja Reina
Christian Nodal – EP #1 Forajido
Marco Antonio Solís – Qué Ganas de Verte (Deluxe)
Natalia Lafourcade – Un Canto por México – El Musical
Los Tigres del Norte – La Reunión (Deluxe)


Best Tropical Latin Album

Carlos Vives – Cumbiana II
Marc Anthony – Pa’lla Voy
La Santa Cecilia – Quiero Verte Feliz
Spanish Harlem Orchestra – Imágenes Latinas
Tito Nieves – Legendario


Best American Roots Performance

Aaron Neville & The Dirty Dozen Brass Band – Stompin’ Ground
Aoife O’Donovan & Allison Russell – Prodigal Daughter
Bill Anderson Featuring Dolly Parton – Someday It’ll All Make Sense (Bluegrass Version)
Fantastic Negrito – Oh Betty
Madison Cunningham – Life According to Raechel


Best Americana Performance

Asleep at the Wheel Featuring Lyle Lovett – There You Go Again
Blind Boys of Alabama Featuring Black Violin – The Message
Bonnie Raitt – Made Up Mind
Brandi Carlile Featuring Lucius – You and Me on the Rock
Eric Alexandrakis – Silver Moon [A Tribute to Michael Nesmith]


Best American Roots Song

Anaïs Mitchell – Bright Star
Aoife O’Donovan & Allison Russell – Prodigal Daughter
Bonnie Raitt – Just Like That
Brandi Carlile Featuring Lucius – You and Me on the Rock
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss – High and Lonesome
Sheryl Crow – Forever


Best Americana Album

Bonnie Raitt – Just Like That…
Brandi Carlile – In These Silent Days
Dr. John – Things Happen That Way
Keb’ Mo’ – Good to Be…
Robert Plant & Alison Krauss – Raise the Roof


Best Bluegrass Album

The Del McCoury Band – Almost Proud
The Infamous Stringdusters – Toward the Fray
Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway – Crooked Tree
Peter Rowan – Calling You From My Mountain
Yonder Mountain String Band – Get Yourself Outside


Best Traditional Blues Album

Buddy Guy – The Blues Don’t Lie
Charlie Musselwhite – Mississippi Son
Gov’t Mule – Heavy Load Blues
John Mayall – The Sun Is Shining Down
Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder – Get on Board


Best Contemporary Blues Album

Ben Harper – Bloodline Maintenance
Edgar Winter – Brother Johnny
Eric Gales – Crown
North Mississippi Allstars – Set Sail
Shemekia Copeland – Done Come Too Far


Best Folk Album

Aoife O’Donovan – Age of Apathy
Janis Ian – The Light at the End of the Line
Judy Collins – Spellbound
Madison Cunningham – Revealer
Punch Brothers – Hell on Church Street


Best Regional Roots Music Album

Halau Hula Keali’i o Nalani – Halau Hula Keali’i o Nalani (Live at the Getty Center)
Natalie Ai Kamauu – Natalie Noelani
Nathan & The Zydeco Cha-Chas – Lucky Man
Ranky Tanky – Live at the 2022 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Sean Ardoin & Kreole Rock and Soul Featuring The Golden Band From Tigerland – Full Circle


Best Reggae Album

Kabaka Pyramid – The Kalling
Koffee – Gifted
Protoje – Third Time’s the Charm
Sean Paul – Scorcha
Shaggy – Com Fly Wid Mi


Best Global Music Performance

Arooj Aftab & Anoushka Shankar – Udhero Na
Burna Boy – Last Last
Matt B & Eddy Kenzo – Gimme Love
Rocky Dawuni Featuring Blvk H3ro – Neva Bow Down
Wouter Kellerman, Zakes Bantwini & Nomcebo Zikode – Bayethe


Best Global Music Album

Angélique Kidjo & Ibrahim Maalouf – Queen of Sheba
Anoushka Shankar, Metropole Orkest & Jules Buckley Featuring Manu Delago – Between Us… (Live)
Berklee Indian Ensemble – Shuruaat
Burna Boy – Love, Damini
Masa Takumi – Sakura


Best Children’s Music Album

Alphabet Rockers – The Movement
Divinity Roxx – Ready Set Go!
Justin Roberts – Space Cadet
Lucky Diaz and the Family Jam Band – Los Fabulosos
Wendy and DB – Into the Little Blue House


Best Audio Book, Narration, and Storytelling Recording

Jamie Foxx – Act Like You Got Some Sense
Lin-Manuel Miranda – Aristotle and Dante Dive Into the Waters of the World
Mel Brooks – All About Me!: My Remarkable Life in Show Business
Questlove – Music Is History
Viola Davis – Finding Me


Best Spoken Word Poetry Album

Amanda Gorman – Call Us What We Carry: Poems
Amir Sulaiman – You Will Be Someone’s Ancestor. Act Accordingly.
Ethelbert Miller – Black Men Are Precious
J. Ivy – The Poet Who Sat by the Door
Malcolm-Jamal Warner – Hiding in Plain View


Best Comedy Album

Dave Chappelle – The Closer
Jim Gaffigan – Comedy Monster
Louis C.K. – Sorry
Patton Oswalt – We All Scream
Randy Rainbow – A Little Brains, a Little Talent


Best Musical Theater Album

Original Broadway Cast – A Strange Loop
New Broadway Cast – Caroline, or Change
‘Into the Woods’ 2022 Broadway Cast – Into the Woods (2022 Broadway Cast Recording)
Original Broadway Cast – MJ the Musical
‘Mr. Saturday Night’ Original Cast – Mr. Saturday Night
Original Broadway Cast – Six: Live on Opening Night


Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media

Various Artists – Elvis
Various Artists – Encanto
Various Artists – Stranger Things: Soundtrack From the Netflix Series, Season 4
Lorne Balfe, Harold Faltermeyer, Lady Gaga & Hans Zimmer – Top Gun: Maverick
Various Artists – West Side Story


Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media (Includes Film and Television)

Germaine Franco – Encanto
Hans Zimmer – No Time to Die
Jonny Greenwood – The Power of the Dog
Michael Giacchino – The Batman
Nicholas Britell – Succession: Season 3


Best Score Soundtrack for Video Games and Other Interactive Media

Austin Wintory – Aliens: Fireteam Elite
Bear McCreary – Call of Duty®: Vanguard
Christopher Tin – Old World
Richard Jacques – Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy
Stephanie Economou – Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök


Best Song Written for Visual Media

Beyoncé – Be Alive
Carolina Gaitán – La Gaita, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz & Encanto – Cast – We Don’t Talk About Bruno
Jessy Wilson Featuring Angélique Kidjo – Keep Rising (The Woman King)
Lady Gaga – Hold My Hand
Taylor Swift – Carolina
4*Town, Jordan Fisher, Finneas O’Connell, Josh Levi, Topher Ngo & Grayson Villanueva – Nobody Like U


Best Instrumental Composition

Danilo Pérez Featuring The Global Messengers – Fronteras (Borders) Suite: Al-Musafir Blues
Geoffrey Keezer – Refuge
Miguel Zenón, José Antonio Zayas Cabán, Ryan Smith & Casey Rafn – El País Invisible
Tasha Warren & Dave Eggar – African Tales
Tasha Warren & Dave Eggar – Snapshots


Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella

Armand Hutton Featuring Terrell Hunt & Just 6 – As Days Go By (An Arrangement of the Family Matters Theme Song)
Danny Elfman – Main Titles
Kings Return – How Deep Is Your Love
Magnus Lindgren, John Beasley & The SWR Big Band Featuring Martin Auer – Scrapple From the Apple
Remy Le Boeuf – Minnesota, WI


Best Arrangement, Instruments and Vocals

Becca Stevens & Attacca Quartet – 2 + 2 = 5 (Arr. Nathan Schram)
Cécile McLorin Salvant – Optimistic Voices / No Love Dying
Christine McVie – Songbird (Orchestral Version)
Jacob Collier Featuring Lizzy McAlpine & John Mayer – Never Gonna Be Alone
Louis Cole – Let It Happen


Best Recording Package

Fann – Telos
Soporus – Divers
Spiritualized – Everything Was Beautiful
Tamsui-Kavalan Chinese Orchestra – Beginningless Beginning
Underoath – Voyeurist


Best Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package

Black Pumas – Black Pumas (Collector’s Edition Box Set)
Danny Elfman – Big Mess
The Grateful Dead – In and Out of the Garden: Madison Square Garden ’81, ’82, ’83
They Might Be Giants – Book
Various Artists – Artists Inspired by Music: Interscope Reimagined


Best Album Notes

Andy Irvine & Paul Brady – Andy Irvine / Paul Brady
Astor Piazzolla – The American Clavé Recordings
Doc Watson – Life’s Work: A Retrospective
Harry Partch – Harry Partch, 1942
Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (20th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition)


Best Historical Album

Blondie – Against the Odds: 1974 – 1982
Doc Watson – Life’s Work: A Retrospective
Freestyle Fellowship – To Whom It May Concern…
Glenn Gould – The Goldberg Variations: The Complete Unreleased 1981 Studio Sessions
Wilco – Yankee Hotel Foxtrot (20th Anniversary Super Deluxe Edition)


Songwriter of the Year, Non-Classical

Amy Allen
Laura Veltz
Nija Charles
Tobias Jesso Jr.


Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical

Baynk – Adolescence
Father John Misty – Chloë and the Next 20th Century
Harry Styles – Harry’s House
Robert Glasper – Black Radio III
Wet Leg – Wet Leg


Producer of the Year, Non-Classical

Dan Auerbach
Dernst “D’Mile” Emile II
Jack Antonoff


Best Remixed Recording

Beyoncé – Break My Soul (Terry Hunter Remix)
Ellie Goulding – Easy Lover (Four Tet Remix)
The Knocks & Dragonette – Slow Song (Paul Woolford Remix)
Lizzo – About Damn Time (Purple Disco Machine Remix)
Wet Leg – Too Late Now (Soulwax Remix)


Best Immersive Audio Album

Anita Brevik, Nidarosdomens Jentekor & Trondheimsolistene – Tuvayhun — Beatitudes for a Wounded World
The Chainsmokers – Memories…Do Not Open
Christina Aguilera – Aguilera
Jane Ira Bloom – Picturing the Invisible: Focus 1
Stewart Copeland & Ricky Kej – Divine Tides


Best Engineered Album, Classical

Anita Brevik, Nidarosdomens Jentekor & Trondheimsolistene – Tuvayhun — Beatitudes for a Wounded World
Anne-Sophie Mutter, Boston Symphony Orchestra & John Williams – Williams: Violin Concerto No. 2 & Selected Film Themes
Edwin Outwater & Chicago Symphony Orchestra – Mason Bates: Philharmonia Fantastique: The Making of the Orchestra
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra & Manfred Honeck – Beethoven & Stucky: Orchestral Works
Third Coast Percussion – Perspectives


Producer of the Year, Classical

Christoph Franke
Elaine Martone
James Ginsburg
Jonathan Allen
Judith Sherman


Best Orchestral Performance

Berlin Philharmonic & John Williams – John Williams: The Berlin Concert
Los Angeles Philharmonic & Gustavo Dudamel – Dvořák: Symphonies Nos. 7-9
New York Youth Symphony – Works by Florence Price, Jessie Montgomery, Valerie Coleman
Various Artists – Sila: The Breath of the World
Wild Up & Christopher Rountree – Stay on It


Best Opera Recording

Boston Modern Orchestra Project & Odyssey Opera Chorus – Anthony Davis: X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & The Metropolitan Opera Chorus – Blanchard: Fire Shut Up in My Bones
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & The Metropolitan Opera Chorus – Eurydice


Best Choral Performance

The Crossing – Born
English Baroque Soloists & Monteverdi Choir – J.S. Bach: St. John Passion, BWV 245
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, The Metropolitan Opera Chorus, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Ailyn Pérez, Michelle DeYoung, Matthew Polenzani & Eric Owens – Verdi’s Requiem: The Met Remembers 9/11


Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance

Attacca Quartet – Caroline Shaw: Evergreen
Dover Quartet – Beethoven: Complete String Quartets, Vol. 2 – The Middle Quartets
Neave Trio – Musical Remembrances
Publiquartet – What Is American
Third Coast Percussion – Perspectives


Best Classical Instrumental Solo

Daniil Trifonov – Bach: The Art of Life
Hilary Hahn – Abels: Isolation Variation
Mak Grgić – A Night in Upper Town – The Music of Zoran Krajacic
Mitsuko Uchida – Beethoven: Diabelli Variations
Time for Three, The Philadelphia Orchestra & Xian Zhang – Letters for the Future


Best Classical Solo Vocal Album

Il Pomo d’Oro – Eden
Nicholas Phan, Brooklyn Rider, The Knights & Eric Jacobsen – Stranger – Works for Tenor by Nico Muhly
Renée Fleming & Yannick Nézet-Séguin – Voice of Nature: The Anthropocene
Sasha Cooke & Kirill Kuzmin – How Do I Find You
Will Liverman, Paul Sánchez & J’Nai Bridges – Shawn E. Okpebholo: Lord, How Come Me Here?


Best Classical Compendium

Christopher Tin, Voces8, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Barnaby Smith – The Lost Birds
Kitt Wakeley – An Adoption Story
The Metropolitan Opera Orchestra & Yannick Nézet-Séguin – A Concert for Ukraine
Seunghee Lee, JP Jofre & London Symphony Orchestra – Aspire


Best Contemporary Classical Composition

Andris Nelsons & Gewandhausorchester – Gubaidulina: The Wrath of God
Carlos Simon, MK Zulu, Marco Pavé & Hub New Music – Simon: Requiem for the Enslaved
Ian Rosenbaum & Dover Quartet – Akiho: Ligneous Suite
Jack Quartet – Bermel: Intonations
Time for Three, The Philadelphia Orchestra & Xian Zhang – Puts: Contact


Best Music Video

Adele – Easy on Me
BTS – Yet to Come
Doja Cat – Woman
Harry Styles – As It Was
Kendrick Lamar – The Heart Part 5
Taylor Swift – All Too Well: The Short Film


Best Music Film

Adele – Adele One Night Only
Billie Eilish – Billie Eilish Live at the O2
Justin Bieber – Our World
Neil Young & Crazy Horse – A Band a Brotherhood a Barn
Rosalía – Motomami (Rosalía TikTok Live Performance)
Various Artists – Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story



Rebbel Ashes Joins Kwame MulZz For Electrifying Europa 2 Kumasi Album Launch In n Belgium

Rebbel Ashes, celebrated as the King of Hooks within the Ghanaian Afrobeat scene based in Belgium, delivered a captivating performance alongside Kwame MulZz during the highly anticipated Europa 2 Kumasi album launch in Gent, Belgium. This event, masterminded by Kwame MulZz himself, marked a significant milestone in promoting Ghanaian music and Afrobeats on the European stage.

Rebbel Ashes has garnered acclaim for his distinctive style that effortlessly blends traditional Ghanaian rhythms with modern Afrobeat sounds. His music is revered for its fusion of African beats, soulful melodies, and evocative lyrics that resonate deeply with audiences worldwide. Hits like “Kwansema,”Activate,” “Aunty Sophia,” and “Medi Sika” exemplify his versatility and storytelling prowess, establishing him as a pivotal figure in the Afrobeat genre.

Sharing the spotlight with Rebbel Ashes was Kwame MulZz, the visionary behind the Europa 2 Kumasi album. A Ghanaian-Belgian artist known for his prowess in hiplife, hip hop, and Afrotrap styles, MulZz has honed his craft to reflect a unique blend of African rhythms and European influences. His multifaceted talent as a singer, rapper, producer, and copywriter has led to impactful collaborations, underscoring his creativity and contribution to the music scene.

Adding to the evening’s vibrancy was Edward Buadee, a Ghanaian-born musician whose relocation to Belgium in 1984 has enriched his music with Afrobeat, reggae, and European nuances. Buadee’s soulful voice and dynamic performances complemented the collaborative spirit of the event, showcasing the trio’s dedication to advancing Ghanaian music on a global scale.

The Europa 2 Kumasi album launch transcended its role as a mere music release, symbolizing a celebration of cultural unity and artistic innovation. The synergy between Rebbel Ashes, Kwame MulZz, and Edward Buadee electrified the audience, highlighting their shared vision of pushing boundaries and elevating Ghanaian musical expression internationally.

Rebbel Ashes’ recent single, “Kwansema,” is a testament to his ability to blend traditional Ghanaian rhythms with contemporary Afrobeat elements, garnering widespread acclaim and solidifying his position as a trailblazer in the industry. His ongoing collaboration with Kwame MulZz underscores their collective impact on the global music scene, ushering in a new era for Ghanaian music on international platforms.

As Rebbel Ashes continues to innovate and share his music alongside Kwame MulZz and Edward Buadee, their collaboration at the Europa 2 Kumasi album launch not only reaffirms their dedication to celebrating cultural diversity through music but also inspires audiences worldwide.


Written By: Promoter Koolic

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Ghana Music Awards USA To Honor Legendary Sound Engineer Jay Q For Remarkable Contributions To Ghanaian Music

In a prestigious recognition of outstanding talent and contribution to the music industry, the Ghana Music Awards USA is set to honor Jay Q, a legendary Ghanaian music producer and sound engineer, for his astonishing track record in sound engineering and music production. This accolade highlights Jay Q’s pivotal role in shaping the soundscape of Ghanaian music and celebrates his innovative production techniques that have left an indelible mark on the industry.
Jay Q, based in the USA, has been a cornerstone in the production of some of Ghana’s biggest hits. With a career spanning decades, his expertise and dedication to quality have positioned him as one of the best in the history of Ghanaian music production. Known for his meticulous attention to detail and creative flair, Jay Q’s work has consistently pushed the boundaries of what is possible in music production.
Jay Q’s extensive catalog boasts over 250 mega-hit songs, each showcasing his unique ability to blend traditional Ghanaian sounds with contemporary music trends. His work has not only defined the sound of many artists but has also elevated the overall standard of music production in Ghana.
Here are some notable tracks produced by Jay Q that have left an enduring impact on the music industry:
1. Kakatsofa – Buk Bak
2. Klublofo – Buk Bak
3. Contestant #1 – 4×4
4. B Power – Daddy Lumba Ft. Obrafour
5. Agenda- Daddy Lumba
6. Angel – Daddy Lumba
7. P.O.P – Daddy Lumba
8. Okukuseku Nipa Hu Yehu – Daddy Lumba
9. Edwoa Enye De – Daddy Lumba
10. I’m Powerful – Daddy Lumba
Each of these tracks is a testament to Jay Q’s ability to craft sounds that resonate deeply with listeners, blending rhythmic complexity with lyrical depth. His collaborations with legendary artists such as Daddy Lumba and Buk Bak have produced some of the most memorable anthems in Ghanaian music history.
Jay Q’s innovative approach to music production has not only brought him acclaim but has also inspired a new generation of sound engineers and producers. His work is characterized by a blend of traditional Ghanaian instruments and modern digital production techniques, creating a sound that is both unique and universally appealing. This fusion has set a benchmark in the industry, influencing countless artists and producers.
The upcoming honor at the Ghana Music Awards USA is a fitting tribute to Jay Q’s immense contributions to the music industry. This recognition not only celebrates his past achievements but also acknowledges his ongoing influence and inspiration in the world of music production.
As the music community prepares to celebrate Jay Q’s legacy, it is clear that his work will continue to inspire and shape the future of Ghanaian music. His dedication to his craft and his relentless pursuit of excellence make him a true icon in the industry.
In celebrating Jay Q, the Ghana Music Awards USA not only honors a legendary figure but also shines a spotlight on the rich and vibrant music culture of Ghana. Jay Q’s journey is a testament to the power of music to transcend boundaries and connect people across the globe.
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Dj Azonto Demands $1 Billion From Dr. Bawumia, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong And Chairman Wontumi

DJ Azonto’s management, Rolls Royce Family, has issued a press statement demanding $1 billion in compensation for unauthorized use of their intellectual property.

According to them, the unauthorized use of DJ Azonto’s popular song “Fa No Fom” by the Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, during his presidential campaign in the Ashanti Region is a disrespect to the intellectual property rights and copyright laws governing the entertainment body.

Following the circulation of a viral video, revealing His Excellency Dr Mahamudu Bawumidia, Honorable Kennedy Agyapong and Chairman Wontumi integrated DJ Azonto’s hit song into their campaign events without securing proper authorization from Rolls Royce Family triggered their demands.

In a press statement released by Rolls Royce Family’s Public Relations Officer, Sammy Anim, the management firm expressed strong condemnation for what they perceive as a violation of copyright laws

Full press statement below

The Rolls Royce Family, management of DJ Azonto, sends a strong statement on a viral video
regarding the unauthorized use of DJ Azonto’s hit song “Fa No Fom” by prominent political figures.
Recently, a video surfaced showing Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Vice President of Ghana, dancing to
the track once again, during his political events in the Ashanti Region despite previous demands for a
$10 million compensation.
The video, which has gained widespread attention, also features the regional chairman of the New
Patriotic Party, Chairman Wontumi, and Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, using the song for their
political purposes. This repeated use of “Fa No Fom” without seeking consent from DJ Azonto or his
management is seen as a blatant disregard for intellectual property rights.
In light of these events, the Rolls Royce Family demands an additional $1 billion from each of these
political figures for the unauthorized use of the song.
The management team emphasizes that this is not just about financial compensation but also about
respecting the rights and efforts of artists.

DJ Azonto has previously expressed his intentions and made a promise to reward his mother with a
car as soon as his song is used in political activities, even before the success of the song. However,
despite the repeated use of “Fa No Fom” by Dr. Bawumia and other political figures, no
compensation or acknowledgment has been provided.
We find it deeply troubling that our artist’s work is being used without permission, especially for
political purposes. This not only undermines the value of the artist’s creation but also sets a negative
precedent for respecting intellectual property rights in our industry. The Rolls Royce Family urges Dr.
Bawumia, Chairman Wontumi, and Kennedy Agyapong to address this matter promptly and provide
the necessary compensation for the unauthorized use of “Fa No Fom.”
The management team remains open to dialogue to resolve this issue amicably but insists that
appropriate measures must be taken to rectify this ongoing infringement. We urge music bodies like
the Ghana Music Rights Organization (GHAMRO) to advocate for and protect the rights of musicians
in such matters.

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I Won’t Attend TGMA Again If They Keep Awarding Musicians Over 10 Years – Dj Azonto

Renowned Ghanaian musician, DJ Azonto, has made a bold declaration regarding the Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMA).

In a recent outburst, DJ Azonto expressed his frustration over the event’s trend of awarding musicians who have been in the industry for over a decade, neglecting the rising stars who are making waves and pushing boundaries in the music scene.

DJ Azonto minced no words in his critique, stating, “I will not attend TGMA again if they keep giving awards to old men who can’t buy their mum a jet.”

His dissatisfaction stems from a belief that the awards which is aimed at promoting Ghana music and talents should recognize and inspire the youth who are the future leaders, rather than giving such awards to those who he feels have already had their time in the spotlight, including Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy etc.

According to DJ Azonto, these seasoned musicians no longer have anything to prove to the younger generation and TGMA has become the yardstick for them so they can’t keep competing on the global market since they already feel comfortable winning TGMA.

He emphasized that most of these veteran musicians have started to perform at Senior High Schools (SHS) and kindergartens, taking money yet offering little inspiration or value in return.

“They aren’t inspiring the upcoming youth like Davido, Burna Boy, and others,” he remarked, highlighting the need for fresh, dynamic influences in the industry.

DJ Azonto’s grievances extend beyond the awards themselves.

He pointed out the importance of recognizing new talent that resonates with the youth, who are the future of the music industry.

By continuing to honor long-established artists, he argues, the TGMA is failing to support and nurture the next generation of musicians and the growth we expect to see in the Ghanain music.

DJ Azonto added that key elements need to be addressed for the awards to regain their relevance and impact. He calls for the inclusion of awarding new gems Artists Of The Year over veteran artists which will further push the older musicians to keep fighting extra and pushing more in the international market for the younger ones to follow.

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Danny Lampo Visits BBC As Part Of His Media Tour For “Where The Money Dey” Featuring Medikal

In a significant step forward for his burgeoning career, Danny Lampo, the UK-based, multi-award-winning Ghanaian artist, recently paid a visit to the BBC. This high-profile appearance is part of a comprehensive media tour promoting his latest single, “Where The Money Dey,” which features renowned Ghanaian rapper Medikal.

Danny Lampo has rapidly ascended the ranks of the music industry, earning accolades and a dedicated fanbase both in Ghana and the UK. Known for his unique blend of Afrobeat, dancehall, and contemporary Ghanaian sounds, Lampo’s music resonates with a diverse audience. His visit to the BBC underscores his growing influence and the international appeal of his work.


The BBC, one of the world’s leading broadcasting corporations, serves as a prestigious platform for artists seeking to reach a global audience. Lampo’s appearance is a testament to his rising prominence and the anticipation surrounding his new single. During his visit, he had the opportunity to discuss his musical journey, the inspiration behind “Where The Money Dey,” and his collaboration with Medikal.


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“Where The Money Dey” marks an exciting collaboration between Danny Lampo and Medikal, a heavyweight in the Ghanaian rap scene. Medikal, known for his lyrical prowess and dynamic performances, brings a distinct edge to the track. The single combines Afrobeat rhythms with sharp, engaging lyrics, making it a potential hit on the charts.


As part of his media tour, Danny Lampo’s engagement with the BBC is strategic, aimed at leveraging the broadcaster’s extensive reach to promote “Where The Money Dey.” The single has already begun to garner positive reviews, with fans and critics praising its catchy beat and the seamless synergy between Lampo and Medikal.


Lampo’s visit to the BBC is not just a promotional effort but also a reflection of his ambition and potential for further international success. It opens up new opportunities for collaborations, performances, and wider recognition in the global music arena. Fans eagerly anticipate his future projects and the continued evolution of his sound.


Danny Lampo’s media tour, highlighted by his visit to the BBC, represents a pivotal moment in his career. “Where The Money Dey” featuring Medikal is set to make waves both in Ghana and internationally. This milestone is a clear indicator of Lampo’s growing influence and the exciting trajectory of his musical journey. As he continues to captivate audiences with his innovative sound, the world will undoubtedly be hearing a lot more from this talented artist.

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Celebrating The Legendary Highlife Maestro – Nana Quame

Ghanaian music has long been celebrated for its vibrant rhythms and soulful melodies, with Highlife music standing as one of the most beloved genres. Among the pantheon of Highlife greats, Nana Quame shines brightly, captivating audiences with his mellifluous voice and timeless songs.
Nana Quame, born Henry De-Mensah, burst onto the music scene in the late 1990s, bringing a fresh and dynamic sound to the Highlife genre. His early works quickly garnered attention, establishing him as a force to be reckoned with in the Ghanaian music industry. His ability to blend traditional Highlife elements with contemporary sounds endeared him to a wide range of listeners, both young and old.
Quame’s charisma and unique voice set him apart, allowing him to carve out a niche in the competitive music landscape. From his humble beginnings, he showed a relentless passion for music, which translated into the heartfelt and authentic performances that fans have come to love.
Over the years, Nana Quame has blessed the world with numerous hits that continue to resonate with fans. Some of his most notable songs include:
1. “Asew Kono” – This song is a quintessential Highlife track that showcases Nana Quame’s smooth vocals and his knack for storytelling through music. It remains a favorite at social gatherings and is often played at weddings and celebrations. “Asew Kono” embodies the essence of Highlife with its intricate guitar riffs and catchy choruses.
2. “Atia Donko” – A powerful and emotive song, “Atia Donko” highlights Nana Quame’s ability to convey deep emotions, making it a standout track in his discography. The song’s poignant lyrics and soulful delivery resonate with many, speaking to the universal themes of love and longing.
3. “Alomo Kiti”– This upbeat and catchy song has become a staple in Ghanaian parties and continues to be a crowd-pleaser, demonstrating Nana Quame’s versatility and appeal. Its infectious rhythm and joyful energy make it an evergreen hit that gets people dancing.
4. “Odo Shock” – Another hit that solidified Nana Quame’s place in Highlife history, “Odo Shock” combines infectious rhythms with heartfelt lyrics, making it a timeless classic. The song’s romantic theme and memorable melody make it a favorite among fans.
5. “Wo Ne Mmaakye” – This song exemplifies Nana Quame’s storytelling prowess and his ability to touch the hearts of listeners. Its lyrical depth and melodic sophistication highlight his growth as an artist.
Nana Quame’s contributions to the Ghanaian music scene have not gone unnoticed. He has received numerous awards and accolades, celebrating his talent and impact on the industry. Among his many honors, he has been recognized at the Ghana Music Awards, where his work has been lauded for its excellence and influence.
In addition to his musical achievements, Nana Quame has played a significant role in mentoring and inspiring the next generation of artists. His influence can be seen in the works of many contemporary Ghanaian musicians who look up to him as a pioneer and a role model. His dedication to nurturing young talent has helped to sustain and evolve the Highlife genre, ensuring its continued relevance and vitality.
Beyond his musical prowess, Nana Quame is also known for his philanthropy. He has been involved in various charitable activities, using his platform to give back to the community and support causes close to his heart. This aspect of his legacy underscores his commitment not only to his art but also to the well-being of his fellow Ghanaians.
Nana Quame’s music transcends time, continuing to evoke joy, nostalgia, and a sense of cultural pride among listeners. His contributions to Highlife music have helped to preserve and promote Ghanaian culture on the global stage. As we celebrate his illustrious career, we also look forward to the future, eager to see what new musical gems he will bestow upon us.
In the rich tapestry of Ghanaian Highlife music, Nana Quame’s name is etched in gold, a testament to his enduring talent and his unwavering commitment to his craft. His ability to adapt and evolve while staying true to the roots of Highlife music has ensured his longevity in the music industry. Here’s to many more years of captivating melodies and soulful tunes from the legendary Nana Quame!
As we honor Nana Quame’s legacy, it’s clear that his music will continue to inspire and entertain for generations to come. His journey, marked by passion, resilience, and creativity, serves as an inspiration to all aspiring musicians. Long live the music and legacy of Nana Quame!
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I Have Made Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia More Popular On The Street – Dj Azonto

I have made Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia more popular on the street – DJ Azonto

Ghana’s Amapiano king, DJ Azonto has made a shocking statement about how he has been able to increase the popularity of Vice President DR Mahamudu Bawumia after he started using his “Fa No Fom” song for his political events.

According to DJ Azonto, his musical prowess has not only boosted the popularity of Ghana’s Vice President, but made him more likable on the street for the youth especially.

Speaking on Central Prime Time show, DJ Azonto didn’t hold back in emphasizing the impact of his music on the vice president’s political events.

“Ever since Dr. Bawumia used ‘Fa No Fom’ in his campaign, his popularity has soared. People are singing it everywhere, and it’s become an anthem!” he said. “I made Dr. Bawumia more popular than ever before.” DJ Azonto added

DJ Azonto stated he is still expecting some form of compensation for the use of his song. “I initially requested $10 million as compensation, and I stand by that request,”.

DJ Azonto believes “Music isn’t just entertainment; it’s my livelihood. When my work is used on such a grand stage, it deserves proper acknowledgment and reward.”

The “Fa No Fom” hitmaker remains hopeful that his contribution will not go unrecognized. “I respect Dr. Bawumia and the positive message he’s trying to spread. But respect also means recognizing the value of each other’s work. I’m optimistic that my request for compensation will be honored.”

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Rebbel Ashes Elevates Afrobeat With Dynamic Hits And Collaborations

Belgium-based Ghanaian artist Rebbel Ashes continues to shine in the European music scene with his dynamic releases and powerful collaborations. With his latest hit “Kwansema” featuring Kwame MulZz, Rebbel Ashes reaffirms his position as a leading figure in the Afrobeat genre, captivating audiences worldwide.
Originally from Ghana, Rebbel Ashes has made a significant impact in Europe with his infectious melodies and heartfelt lyrics. Known as the “King of Hooks,” his music resonates with audiences far beyond his homeland, blending traditional Ghanaian rhythms with contemporary Afrobeat sounds.
His relocation to Belgium marked a new chapter in his career, allowing him to further hone his craft and expand his musical horizons. This journey has led to a series of successful releases, each showcasing his versatility and creativity.
Aunty Sophia: featuring Kuejo Blaq:
“Aunty Sophia” is a vibrant collaboration between Rebbel Ashes and Kuejo Blaq. Kuejo Blaq is a Ghanaian singer and songwriter known for his smooth vocal delivery and soulful performances. Together, they create a lively track that likely features energetic beats and catchy hooks, typical of Afrobeat music. The song may revolve around themes such as love, relationships, or celebration.
Medi Sika:
Featuring Kwame MulZz:
“Medi Sika,” which translates to “I have money” in the Akan language spoken in Ghana, celebrates financial success or empowerment. Kwame MulZz is a versatile Ghanaian artist known for his dynamic vocal style and engaging stage presence. With his collaboration, listeners can expect dynamic vocals and engaging lyrics that complement Rebbel Ashes’ infectious melodies.
Body Mind Soul:
 Featuring Ray Blaze & Papa Kumasi:
“Body Mind Soul” delves into themes related to holistic well-being, exploring the interconnectedness of body, mind, and soul. Ray Blaze is a Nigerian artist known for his smooth R&B vocals, while Papa Kumasi is a Ghanaian comedian and actor. Papa Kumasi, known for his roles in local Ghanaian movies and television shows, adds a touch of humor and authenticity to the track.
featuring Jeremiah Jackson:
“Wosop” is a high-energy track that exudes positivity and celebration. Jeremiah Jackson is likely a versatile artist known for his soulful vocals and energetic performances. Together, they create an uplifting anthem that infuses elements of R&B or soul into Afrobeat music.
Good Morning:
“Good Morning” serves as a feel-good anthem, welcoming listeners to a new day with uplifting melodies and empowering lyrics. This solo track by Rebbel Ashes encourages positivity and motivation, setting a vibrant tone for the day ahead.
“Obolobo” explores themes of identity, heritage, or personal experiences. Though the title doesn’t have an obvious translation, it likely holds personal or cultural significance to Rebbel Ashes. This solo track showcases Rebbel Ashes’ introspective side and his ability to connect with listeners on a deeper level.
“Activate” ignites the listener’s spirit and encourages movement. With over 500,000 streams, it’s a crowd favorite, showcasing Rebbel Ashes’ ability to create music that resonates with audiences worldwide. This solo track highlights Rebbel Ashes’ infectious energy and his talent for crafting dance-worthy beats.
Featuring Kwame MulZz:
As the latest hit, “Kwansema” continues Rebbel Ashes’ tradition of delivering captivating Afrobeat music. With Kwame MulZz’s collaboration, the song offers infectious rhythms, soulful vocals, and compelling lyrics. Kwame MulZz’s dynamic vocal style complements Rebbel Ashes’ melodies, creating a synergy that captivates listeners.
The synergy between Rebbel Ashes and his collaborators is palpable, with each artist bringing their unique style and flair to the table. Collaborations add depth and diversity to his music, creating a rich tapestry of sounds and experiences.
Beyond his musical achievements, Rebbel Ashes is known for his advocacy work, speaking out against ableism in the music industry and calling for greater unity and respect within the community. His commitment to fostering a more inclusive and respectful artistic environment underscores his influence beyond the recording studio.
Rebbel Ashes’ impact extends to his live performances, hailed as transcendent experiences that bridge the gap between traditional and contemporary Ghanaian music. His recent concert with Highlife legend Pat Thomas showcased his versatility and dynamic stage presence, solidifying his reputation as a captivating live performer.
With “Kwansema” continuing to gain traction and his influence spreading across Europe, Rebbel Ashes is undoubtedly a force to be reckoned with in the global music scene. His journey from Ghana to Belgium, marked by a series of hit releases and impactful performances, is a testament to his talent, dedication, and passion for Afrobeat music.
As he continues to innovate, collaborate, and advocate, Rebbel Ashes is poised to leave an indelible mark on the world of music, inspiring audiences and fellow artists alike.
Here are the streaming links for Rebbel Ashes’ song “Kwansema” featuring Kwame MulZz on various platforms:
– YouTube: [Kwansema on YouTube](
– Audiomack: [Kwansema on Audiomack](
– Boomplay: [Kwansema on Boomplay](
– Deezer: [Kwansema on Deezer](
– Tidal: [Kwansema on Tidal](
– Amazon Music: [Kwansema on Amazon Music](
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U-Nice Music To Drop The Official Video For “Too Much”

Fast-rising Ghanaian gospel artist U-Nice Music is gearing up to release the highly anticipated official music video for her hit song “Too Much.” Known for her anointed and powerful gospel music, U-Nice has steadily built a reputation as a dynamic force in the Ghanaian music industry.
The song “Too Much” has been making waves across all major streaming platforms, resonating deeply with audiences through its inspirational lyrics and uplifting melodies. The track, celebrated for its rich gospel influences and contemporary sound, has solidified U-Nice’s place as a significant new voice in the gospel music scene.
The upcoming video promises to be a visual feast that complements the song’s powerful message. Fans can expect a vibrant and spiritually enriching experience that captures the essence of the song. U-Nice’s visual artistry aims to enhance the listener’s connection to the music, bringing the themes of faith, gratitude, and divine abundance to life.
U-Nice Music, whose real name is Eunice Kakrabah-Quarshie, has been steadily climbing the ranks with her unique style that blends traditional gospel with modern beats. Her music is not just about entertainment; it’s a ministry aimed at spreading hope and encouraging people through the message of God’s love. She has been recognized for her contributions to gospel music and her ability to inspire listeners with her heartfelt performances.
In addition to her music, U-Nice is part of a growing movement of female artists in Ghana who are championing women’s empowerment and making significant impacts in the industry. Her dedication and talent have earned her a loyal following and critical acclaim, positioning her as a role model for aspiring gospel musicians.
As the release date for the “Too Much” music video approaches, excitement continues to build. Fans and gospel music enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting this new visual masterpiece, which is expected to further cement U-Nice Music’s status as a leading gospel artist in Ghana and beyond.
Stay tuned to U-Nice Music’s social media channels and major music platforms for the official release of the “Too Much” music video. This is one release you won’t want to miss!
Check out the lyrics video for Too Much:
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Acceptance Speech – Honouring Ras Caleb Appiah-Levi By Apprise Music Distribution

Greetings Global Citizens,


I am REALLY honored to be chosen to be honoured by Apprise Music Distribution this day, blessed for Mankind; and so, let me take this great opportunity to thank the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Apprise Music Distribution,

Mr. Michael Bamfo and his hardworking Staff for dedicating their time in assisting musicians and artistes to achieve their hopes, dreams and aspirations by creating this global digital content distribution and monetization platform based in Ghana with representations across several African countries, Europe, America and the Middle East, as a network of music business professionals with international connections with a goal to empower independent artists with the tools needed to advance their works and services.


I can attest that with just a minimal funds every artist or musician irrespective of their caliber can get all songs into all the digital platforms by kind courtesy of Apprise Music Distribution. In doing so, their songs are automatically licensed or copyrighted and monetized, ensuring security of content and royalties.


I am very happy to note that

Apprise Music offers many options for music distribution and promotions; and they also help musicians to gain affordable and equal access to all channels of digital music distribution with a keen focus on Artistes in their indigenous communities from Africa, hence i am so satisfied to be appointed as a global Ambassador for Apprise Music Distribution for the Renaissance of Africa Music Industry.


In ending, let me take this precious opportunity to announce to you that after ardent consultation with stakeholders, a new organization named “CONTINENTAL FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS (COFEM) has been founded to serve musicians in the fifty-six (56) African countries under the auspices of PanAfrica-Ghana (PAG) and Apprise Music Distribution (AMD) for socio-economic development of the African continent. Very soon this noble organization would be outdoored and its aims and objectives circulated for the understanding of all.


Once more, I sincerely thank Apprise Music Distribution for the honour done to me. Merci beaucoup… medaase. Blessed Times.

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