Would Kuami Eugene Beat Richie Mensah, MOG, Others To Win VGMA 2023 ‘Producer of the Year’?

The 23rd edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is days away and ahead of the event, conversations are ripe as to who could win what and in what category.

Per the purposes of this topic, we take a look at the prestigious Producer of the Year category.

With incredible talents (Richie Mensah, Akwaboah, MOG, Beatz Vampire, Ghanaian Stallion, and Kuami Eugene) nominated in this category, it is quite tough to easily point out who the eventual winner would be although the category definition for the awards scheme seems to suggest so.

According to (ghanamusicawards.com), “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.”

Now, that begs the question, “Who has the most nominations?” Can the winner be announced already?

With 6 nominations to his credit including ‘Music Video of the Year’, the Lynx Entertainment signee Kuami Eugene (Rockstar Made It) leads the takes a lead ahead of record label boss Richie Mensah who also secured 5 nominations in different categories at the 2022 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

This is closely followed by MOG (4), Beatz Vampire (2), Ghanaian Stallion (2), and Akwaboah (2).

With this said, will Kuami Eugene beat his competitors to win the enviable crown?

Check out the breakdown of all songs produced by ‘Producer of the Year’ nominees in all categories below:

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR 

Kuami Eugene –

1. Yeeko – Okyeame Kwame (Most Popular Song)

Repeat: Yeeko – Okyeame Kwame (Collaboration of the Year)

Repeat: Yeeko – Okyeame Kwame (Best Highlife Song)

2. Dollar On You – Kuami Eugene (Most Popular Song)

Repeat: Dollar On You – Kuami Eugene (Best Afrobeats Song)

3. Abodie – Captain Planet (Collaboration of the Year)

Repeat: Abodie – Captain Planet (Best Hiplife Song)

4. Biibi Besi – Kwame Yogot (Collaboration of the Year)

Repeat: Biibi Besi – Kwame Yogot (Best Hiplife Song)

5. Te Na Fie – Kuami Eugene (Best Highlife Song)

6. Mona 4Reall – Fine Girl (Best Music Video)

Richie –

1. Touch It – KiDi (Most Popular Song)

Repeat: Touch It – KiDi (Reggae/Dancehall Song)

2. Love Locked Down – OK (Most Popular Song)

3. Spiritual – KiDi (International Collaboration)

4. Bad Things – KiDi (Male Vocal Performance)

5. Mon Bebe – KiDi (Best Afrobeats Song)

Repeat: Mon Bebe – KiDi (Best Music Video)

MOG –

1. Je’Mappelle – Darko Vibes (Most Popular Song)

Repeat: Je’Mappelle – Darko Vibes (International Collaboration)

Repeat: Je’Mappelle – Darko Vibes (Best Afrobeats Song)

2. Coachella – Sarkodie (Collaboration of the Year)

Repeat: Coachella – Sarkodie (Best Hip Hop Song)

3. Celebrate – Kwesi Arthur (Best Afrobeats Song)

4. Mon Bebe – KiDi (Best Afrobeats Song)

Repeat: Mon Bebe – KiDi (Best Music Video)

Beatz Vampire –

1. Mood – Mr. Drew (Most Popular Song)

Repeat: Mood – Mr. Drew (Best AfroPop Song)

Repeat: Mood – Mr. Drew (Best Music Video)

2. S3k3 – Mr. Drew (Best Highlife Song)

Ghanaian Stallion –

1. Second Sermon – Black Sherif (Most Popular Song)

Repeat: Second Sermon – Black Sherif (Best Hip Hop Song)

2. Second Sermon Remix – Black Sherif (International Collaboration)

Akwaboah –

1. Ntroo Naa – Akwaboah (Record of the Year)

Repeat: Ntroo Naa – Akwaboah (Male Vocal Performance)

2. Obiaa – Akwaboah (Songwriter of the Year)

Repeat: Obiaa – Akwaboah (Best Highlife Song)

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