Charterhouse, organisers of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), is calling on all eligible musicians to submit their works for nomination to contest in the 24th edition of Ghana’s biggest music awards show.
In an announcement, Charterhouse stated that they have opened entries for participation, noting that only works published in the year 2022 will be accepted.
“Thus, all works from January 1st to December 31st, 2022 should be submitted via our online portal at www.entry.ghanamusicawards.com. There shall be no manual submissions,” parts of their statement read.
The deadline for submissions is Sunday, February 12, 2023.
Meanwhile, Charterhouse has provided applicants with a performance sheet that allows them to share other relevant information that may not be on the forms provided on the site.
“The purpose is to offer applicants the opportunity to share any relevant information, such as streaming numbers, performances, or an Electronic Press Kit (EPK), that might be useful to the cause,” they added.
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