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      AUTHORIZATION

      By filing to be nominated for this scheme, you have agreed that your music, images, videos and all other copyright material can be used for the purposes of the scheme and also agree that all content generated in relation to the scheme belongs to the organizers. These could include TV/radio commercials, press and online ads, billboards, documentaries, inserts on programs, fliers, hand-outs, banners, posters, brochures, etc. So far as they are used purposely in relation to the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

      Every information entered on the form by Artiste/Manager is the true representation of my works done and do conform to tenets of the schemes release regulations and guidelines.

      TERMS AND CONDITIONS

      The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards scheme is not mandated to give cash or any other incentive to artistes beyond the plaque. Where any such incentive is given, it will be given only to artistes that attend the event and pick up their awards personally.

      The VGMA board has the right to dismiss, disqualify or bar any artiste(s) who abuses the scheme, the board or any of its members or the organizing body with or without any just cause or puts the brand into any kind of disrepute. Charterhouse Ghana runs an open-door policy where all grievances and issues can be channeled and resolved amicably.

      By clicking on “submit”, you agree to the VGMA’s Terms and Condition.

      You also agree to our Authorisation Statement, which describes how we process your information.

      That every information entered on the form by you is the true representation of Your works done and do conform to tenets of the schemes release regulations and guidelines.

      Any false representation in terms of ownership, release dates, etc could result in a total disqualification of the artistes and the works submitted

      VODAFONE GHANA MUSIC AWARDS CATEGORY DEFINITIONS

      1. Artiste(s) of the Year

      The Artiste of the Year is the Artiste(s) adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the artiste with the highest audience appeal and popularity in the year under review. The artiste(s) must have released a hit single/EP/album and must be one of the artistes with the highest nominations in the year under review.

       

      1. Best Hiplife/Hip Hop Artiste

      The Best Hiplife/Hip Hop Artiste is the Artiste(s) adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as having with the highest audience appeal and popularity in the Hiplife/Hip Hop Genre. They must have released a hit single/EP/album during the year under review.

       

      1. Best Highlife Artiste

      The Best Highlife Artiste(s) is the Artiste(s) adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the Artiste(s) with the highest audience appeal and popularity in the Highlife genre. The Artiste(s) must have released a hit single/EP/album during the year under review.

       

      1. Best Reggae/Dancehall Artiste(s)

      The Reggae/Dancehall Artiste(s) is the Artiste(s) adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the Artiste(s) with the highest audience appeal and popularity in the Reggae/Dancehall genre. The Artiste(s) must have released a hit single/EP/album in the year under review.

       

      1. Best Gospel Artiste(s)

      The Best Gospel Artiste(s) is the Artiste adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the Artiste(s) with the highest audience appeal and popularity in the Gospel genre. The Artiste(s) must have released a hit single/EP/album during the year under review.

       

      1. Afrobeats/ Afropop Artiste

      The Best Afrobeats / Afropop Artiste is the Artiste(s) adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as having with the highest audience appeal and popularity in the Afrobeats / Afropop Genre. They must have released a hit single/EP/album during the year under review

       

      1. Best New Artiste

      The Best New Artiste is the Artiste(s) adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the most promising and talented emerging artiste (s). The award goes to a relatively new artiste(s) who released a single/EP/album that establishes the public identity of the artiste within the year under review.

       

       

       

      1. Collaboration of the Year

      The Collaboration of the year is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the song released through the collaboration of two or more Artistes, or the featuring of one or more artistes. The song must have been released and generated the most excitement during the year under review.

       

      1. Best Hiplife Song

      The Best Hiplife Song is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the most popular Hiplife song released in the year under review. The song must have generated the most excitement during the year.

       

      1. Best Highlife Song

      The Best Highlife song is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the most popular Highlife song released in the year under review and generated the most excitement during the year.

       

      1. Best Afrobeats/ Afropop Song

      The Best Afrobeats/ Afropop Song is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the most popular song that is a cross pollination of music genres. The song must have generated the most excitement during the year under review.

       

      1. Best Hip Hop Song

      The Best Hip Hop song is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the most popular Hip Hop song released in the year under review. The song must have generated the most excitement during the year.

       

      1. Best Gospel Song

      The Best Gospel Song is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the most popular Gospel Song released in the year under review. The song must have generated the most excitement during the year.

       

      1. Best Reggae/Dancehall Song

      The Reggae/Dancehall song is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the most popular Reggae/Dancehall song released in the year under review. The song must have generated the most excitement during the year.

       

      1. Group of the Year
        The Best Group of the Year is the Artistes adjudged by the Academy, Board and the General Public as the group with the highest audience appeal and popularity. They must comprise of at least 2 or more members and must have released a hit single/album during the year under review.

       

      1. Best Rap Performance

      The Best Rap Performance is adjudged by the Academy and Board as the rap Artiste with the best word compositions, rhymes and rap dexterity on a song released in the year under review.

       

      1. Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year

      The Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year is the song adjudged by the Academy, Board and General Public as the most popular song released in the year under review. The song must have enjoyed a lot of patronage and generated the most excitement during the year.

       

      1. EP of the Year

      The EP of the Year is adjudged by the Academy and Board as the most outstanding compilation (either by the number of hit songs and or the quality of production) of an EP that was released during the year under review. It must have generated excitement during the year.

       

      1. Best Male Vocal Performance

      The Best Male Vocal Performance is adjudged by the Academy and Board as the Male artiste (solo) with the best vocal delivery/Performance on any musical presentation which was released during the year under review.

       

      1. Best Female Vocal Performance

      The Best Female Vocal Performance is adjudged by the Academy and Boards as the Female artiste (solo) with the best vocal delivery/Performance on any musical presentation which was released during the year under review.

       

      1. Best Music Video

      The Best Music Video is adjudged by the Academy and Board as the most creative and entertaining music video produced within the calendar year. The song for which the video has been produced, need not have been released in the year under review. The award goes to both Director and Artiste.

       

      1. Songwriter of the Year

      The Song Writer of the Year is adjudged by the Academy and Board as the Song Writer(s) responsible for the best written song with original lyrics and music compositions for any released song during the year under review.

       

      1. Record of the Year

      The Record of the Year is adjudged by the Academy and Board as the most outstanding original song that was released during the year under review. It may not have enjoyed huge commercial success, but has quality artistic and production values.

       

      1. Producer of the Year

      The Music Producer of the Year is adjudged by the Board to be the Producer(s) directly responsible for the most nominated songs in the year under review.

       

      1. Sound Engineer of the Year

      The Sound Engineer of the Year is adjudged by the Board to be the Sound Engineer(s) directly responsible for the recording, mixing and technical production of the song adjudged as the Record of the Year.

       

      1. Best Instrumentalist

      The Best Instrumentalist is adjudged by the Board as the most outstanding live instrumental performance on a single/album that was released during the year under review. It may not have enjoyed huge commercial success, but has quality artistic values.

       

       

       

      1. Best African Artiste(s)

      The Best African Artiste(s) is the Artiste(s) (non-Ghanaian) adjudged solely by the Board as the act whose music crossed borders and made the most impact on the continent at large during the year under review.

       

      1. Lifetime Achievement Award

      The Lifetime Achievement Award is adjudged by the Board as a Living Legend of Ghanaian Music whose works must have spanned generations. The artiste may not have released in the year under review.

       

      1. Best Traditional Artiste(s)

      The Best Traditional Artiste(s) is adjudged by the Board as the most outstanding performing Traditional or Folkloric Artiste(s) in the year under review.

       

      1. International Collaboration of the year

      The International Collaboration of the year is the song adjudged by the Academy and Board as the song released through the collaboration of a Ghanaian Artiste(s) and a non-Ghanaian Artiste(s), or a Ghanaian Artiste(s) featuring a non-Ghanaian Artiste(s), or a non-Ghanaian Artiste(s) featuring a Ghanaian Artiste(s). The song must have been released and generated the most excitement during the year under review.

       

      1. Music for Good

      The Music for Good Award is an honourary award that goes to the best song, with lyrics and possibly a project or video, that promotes social good. The song must have been released during the year under review.