Ghanaian Afrobeats singer Raphael Camidoh Kofi Attachie known for his hit song “Sugarcane,” has been nominated for the BET Best New International Act award for 2023.
Camidoh’s BET announcement has generated excitement online, and his manager, George Britton, took to social media to congratulate him on this achievement.
“Congratulations to Camidoh n the team for the BET Best New International Act nomination!!!,” he wrote on facebook
Camidoh’s nomination comes in the Viewer’s Choice: Best New International Act category, where he will be competing against artists from various countries.
The nominees include Asake from Nigeria, Flo from the UK, Libianca from Cameroon, Maureen from France, Mc Ryan SP from Brazil, Pabi Cooper from South Africa, Raye from the UK, and Werenoi from France.
This nomination places Camidoh alongside other talented artists on the international stage. It is an opportunity for him to showcase his unique sound and talent to a global audience.
The BET Awards have recognized and celebrated outstanding talent from around the world, and previous Ghanaian winners like Stonebwoy and Sarkodie have made history in their respective categories.
In 2015, Stonebwoy secured the award for Best International Act, while Sarkodie achieved the remarkable feat of winning the Best International Act Africa award at the 2012 BET Awards, alongside Wizkid.
The nomination for Camidoh is not only a recognition of his talent but also a testament to the growing influence of Ghanaian music on the global stage.