MOG nominated for two top African gospel music awards

MOG nominated for two top African gospel music awards
Source: Ghana | Myjoyonline.com | EDA
Date: 26-02-2019 Time: 02:02:48:pm
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Ghanaian musician, MOG has been nominated for two prestigious gospel music awards.

Known in real life as Pastor Nana Yaw Boakye-Yiadom, the musician received nominations in the 2019 editions of the Africa Gospel Awards and Maranatha Global Worship Music Awards.

The musician, who has over a decade on stage and three albums as a contemporary gospel artiste, has seen a lot of recognition in recent times since releasing his third and latest album titled the ‘Better Me’. The album was recorded under the auspices of the ‘Apostle General’, Most Rev. Sam Korankye Ankrah in February 2018 of Royalhouse Chapel International.

‘Belifted’, from the album, has been nominated by the Africa Gospel Awards Festival (AGAFEST 19) as 'The Africa Gospel Worship Song of The Year' while ‘Better Me’ has been nominated by the Maranatha Global Worship Music Awards in Kenya for:

i. Outstanding Adoration Song

ii. Outstanding Supplication/Petition Song

iii. Outstanding Collaboration Song

MOG himself has been nominated for Outstanding Male Minister for the year 2019.

To vote for ‘Belifted’ in AGAFEST 19, visit www.Africa gospel awards.org or dial *713*714#, select Africa Gospel Worship Song of the Year, Scroll and select Belifted - MOG (Ghana), key in the number of votes and follow the rest of the prompts.

The voting procedure for the Maranatha Global Worship Music Awards can be found on Instagram via the handle @mogmusicgh.

Apart from ‘Belifted’, the ‘Better Me’ features spirit-filled songs such as, ‘Elohim’, ‘Awesome God’, ‘I Am Blessed’, which featured Michael Stackey from USA, ‘Wosa Ayeyi’ which featured Nii Okai from Ghana and, ‘Grace’ featuring Kingz Kid from Ghana.

 


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