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Kafui Dey Submits Stonebwoy’s ‘Greedy Men’ Song To Grammy Recording Academy For Nomination



Kafui Dey Submits Stonebwoy's 'Greedy Men' Song To Grammy Recording Academy For Nomination

Celebrated Ghanaian TV host and presenter, Kafui Dey has never hidden his hatred for galasmey activities and the problems they bring to Ghana.

Stonebwoy’s song “Greedy Men” speaks against galamsey and its effects on the country.

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The dancehall star made a clarion call for change in the beautiful piece and highlighted how badly the negative effects of galamsey destroy the nation’s lands, which include the destruction of underground water resources and loss of lives.

Kafui Dey submitted the body of work to the Grammy Recording Academy for nomination in the Best Song For Social Change category.

The category, as its name suggests, seeks to award artists whose songs aspire to make positive changes in their society while they also portray a positive outlook on life.

The ace media personality announced via his Twitter page, while calling on Ghanaians to do the same.

The Grammy Award is a series of honors given yearly to musicians in the United States by the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS; also known as the Recording Academy) or the Latin Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (LARAS; also known as the Latin Recording Academy). More than 25 fields are selected for nomination.

The fields consist of various music genres and aim to recognise outstanding musicians whose works have made big impacts and achieved monumental success.

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Record labels and academy members both submit entries for artists, which are evaluated to determine eligibility and category placement.

Many folks saw the tweet and submitted their nominations via a link Kafui provided in their number and shared screenshots of their nominations. The beautiful tweet showed solidarity in the Ghanaian music scene.

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