One awards that has generated a lot conversations in Ghana media space is the 63rd Grammy Awards.
The global awards took place about two weeks ago in US, which saw Nigerian singers, Burna Boy and Wizkid winning their first-ever Grammy awards.
However, many Ghanaians descended on their favorite musicians to work harder after none of them got nominations.
According to many critics on social media, the genres that most Ghanaians produce aren’t apt to win any international award.
Shatana, a fast-rising afrobeats musician has also added her voice to the unending Grammy award saga in Ghana.
According to the ‘Bad’ crooner, those musicians winning the awards are doing extremely well themselves.
She further stated that they eat good food, do good music and are heavily supported but the narrative is different in Ghana.
Shatana disclosed that Ghanaian musicians only eat banku and okro and the government isn’t doing enough to help theirs.
The ‘Mobile Money’ hitmaker told GBC Western radio, Air Commander in an interview that she looks forward to winning the Grammy award for Ghana in the coming years.
Shatana recently dropped her first single in 2021 titled ‘Be Real’ (Prod by Airthem), and fans are already in love with the banger.