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Ghanaian Music Stars Black Sherif and Camidoh Nominated for Inaugural Trace Awards

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Ghanaian Music Stars Black Sherif and Camidoh Nominated for Inaugural Trace Awards

Ghana’s music scene is on the rise, and its rising stars are grabbing the global spotlight.

Black Sherif and Camidoh have both been nominated for the maiden edition of the Trace Awards, set to take place on Saturday, October 21, in Kigali, Rwanda.

The nominations mark a significant achievement for the two artists and highlight the growing influence of Ghana’s music industry on the international stage.

The nominations have ignited excitement and hope for Ghana’s music industry, as both Black Sherif and Camidoh find themselves among the crème de la crème of the African music scene. Notably, they share nominations with renowned artists such as Davido and Burna Boy.

Black Sherif’s nominations in the Best Collaboration and Best Artiste Africa categories showcase his rising star status.

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His recent accolade as the VGMA Artiste of the Year further solidifies his place as one of Ghana’s most promising talents. Meanwhile, Camidoh’s nomination in the Song of the Year category demonstrates his exceptional musical prowess.

His inclusion in the 2023 BET Viewers Choice: Best New International Act category at this year’s awards ceremony is another testament to his growing global recognition.

Fans of Black Sherif and Camidoh have taken to social media to show their support and excitement for their favourite artists’ achievements.

The Trace Awards ceremony promises to be a star-studded event, uniting artists, industry professionals, and fans to celebrate the vibrant and dynamic global music scene.

With nominations spanning 22 award categories, the awards will feature platinum-selling artists from over 30 countries across Africa, South America, the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean, and Europe.

In addition to honouring musicians from the continent, the Trace Awards will also showcase the diverse music of the African diasporas.

Acclaimed nominees from France, Brazil, the UK, the Caribbean, and the Indian Ocean, including Stormzy (UK), Aya Nakamura (France), Leo Santana (Brazil), and Shenseea (Jamaica), among others, highlight the global impact of African-rooted music.

Beyond the recognition of outstanding achievements, the awards show aims to foster collaboration and networking within the music industry, providing a platform for artists and professionals to connect and share their creative visions.

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