Opinion Poll Puts Kumericans, Efya and Mr Drew Ahead of Performances at V.G.M.A 2021

This year’s edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards which came off on Saturday 26th June in Accra, had a lot of well rehearsed and choreographed performances. An opinion poll by Shine Publications revealed the top favorite performances were by the ‘Kumericans’, Mr Drew and Efya. The Board Chair for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Amanzeba said that all performers did well but cautioned that the overflow of energy could sometimes spoil the act.

This year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards was flooded with lots of dance and spirit – filled performances. After conducting a quick survey among the guests, three names were on almost everyone’s list of favourite performances for the night. They were Mr Drew, Efya, and the Kumericans namely Kofi Jamar, Yaw Tog, and the others. The Board Chair of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ‘Amanzeba’ stated that as an artiste it was key to maintain your composition in order to have a good performance and not get carried away by the audience. He was responding to the performances at the V.G.M.A. ” They all did very well but, sometimes the overflow of energy can ruin the performance; so one should be mindful of that”, he said.

The Board Chair of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (V.G.M.A) Amanzeba also named his top performances for the night as Efya, Mr Drew, Eno Barony and Kuami Eugene. He said it was a tough choice but those were his most memorable.

This Vodafone Ghana Music Awards brought Live music delivered by a live band and backup singers for almost every act. There were different versions of popular songs which gave the show an upgraded feeling to the regular ‘playback’ and ‘singing over the beat’ experience. The ‘Artiste of the Year’ for 2020 kuami Eugene, added to the live experience by surprising the audience by playing drums live at the show. This year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards was an emphasis on live performance and the nominees showed that they were up to the task.

By Jerry Wonder

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