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I Had Huge Expectations For 2024 TGMAs- Stonebwoy

Stonebwoy has revealed that he had high hopes ahead of the 25th edition of the Telecel Ghana Music Awards (TGMAs) due to the effort he put in throughout the year and the excellence of his 5th studio album, 5th Dimension.

During an interview with Amansan Krakye on Property FM, he mentioned that winning the Artiste of the Year award was not unexpected.

He emphasized the hard work and dedication that he and his team invested in creating an album of international quality.

“Yes of course I had huge expectations when I was releasing the 5D album because myself and my team knew we were doing something extraordinary for Ghana and the globe.

“Because the work we are into is now done globally so I wasn’t so surprised that my 5th Dimension has become successful since what we did wasn’t garbage.

“It’s a proper thing that we came out with so it’s necessary and deserves the kind of attention and acceptance we’ve gotten all over the world,” he added

“So I’m not that surprised by the achievements my album has been able to make but it rather motivates me that I’ll continue pushing so we move forward because progress is a must”.

During the same interview, Stonebwoy expressed his satisfaction at being reinstated into the TGMAs and emphasized his commitment to supporting the event as a patriotic Ghanaian who values progress.

Conversely, he also stated that individuals who do not endorse this commendable initiative spearheaded by Theresa Ayaode of Charterhouse are essentially showing disdain towards Ghana.

“You are very right if I don’t feel happy, motivated, concerned and involved in the Telecel Ghana Music Awards then it means I’m not a Ghanaian or I don’t want its progress.

“I look at the whole Ghana that we too this is our own thing so Ghana Music Awards is what belongs to us unless you are not a Ghanaian or you hate the country,” he opined.

Source – Tru News Report


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