Few days passed, Ghana’s biggest award event “VGMA” organised by Charter House in collaboration with Vodafone Ghana which was held at the Accra International Conference Centre(AICC) was held for three days from the (28th-30th August) due to the Covid19 protocols layed down to be observed there were no tickets sold but rather was strictly by invitation but yet was fully packed with fun and high expectations from fans, musicians and industrial players. Vodafone Ghana Music Awards with the abbreviation VGMA is an event annually organised to celebrate legends in music and players in the music industry as well. 

Acts like Fameye, EnoBarony, Kelvynboy, Strongman, Kofi Mole among others graced the event with some outstanding performances which made the show worth watching from home and the foreground. This years VGMA21 board came up their list of award winners which shifted emotions and wild expectations from viewers witnessing this occasion. This years list of award winners begun the Instrumentalist Of The Year Winner Emmanuel Bludo and was crowned on the grand finale with the Artist of Yhe Year Kwame Eugene. The list award winners of this years VGMA21 edition are listed below:

Instrumentalist Of The Year –––Winner: Emmanuel Bludo
Male Vocalist Of The Year ––– Winner: MOG Music
Female Vocalist Of The Year ––– Winner: Celestine Donkor
Songwriter Of The Year ––– Winner: Kofi Kinaata
Record Of The Year ––– Winner: Okyeame Kwame
Best Music Video Of The Year ––– Winner: Cina Soul
Best Music Group Of The Year ––– Winner: DopeNation
Producer Of The Year ––– Winner: M.O.G Beatz
African Act Of The Year ––– Winner: Burna Boy
Best International Collaboration Of The Year ––– Winner: Sarkodie ft. Rudeboy (Lucky)
Gospel Song Of The Year ––– Winner: Celestine Donkor (Abg3 Bolor)
Highlife Song Of The Year ––– Kofi Kinaata (Things Fall Apart)
Reggae/Dancehall Song Of The Year –––J. Derobie (Poverty)
HipHop Song Of The Year ––– Kofi Mole (Don’t Be Late)
Hiplife Song Of The Year ––– Medikal (Omo Ada)
Afrobeats Song Of The Year ––– DopeNation (Zanku)
Gospel Artiste Of The Year ––– Diana Hamilton
Highlife Artiste Of The Year ––– Kuami Eugene
Hip-hop/Hiplife Artiste Of The Year ––– Medikal
Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year ––– Ras Kuuku
Best Rapper Of The Year ––– Kwesi Arthur
Best Collaboration Of The Year ––– Sarkodie ft Prince Bright (Ofeetso)
Best New Artiste Of The Year ––– Fameye
Album Of The Year ––– KiDi (Sugar)
Lifetime Achievement of the Year –––George Darko
Traditional Group of the Year ––– Tessa Group
Vodafone Green Ambassador Award ––– Gasmilla
Vodafone Most Popular Song Of The Year ––– Kofi Kinaata (Things Fall Apart)
COVID-19 Heroes Award ––– Ghana Health Service
Artiste Of The Year ––– Kuami Eugene

Above are the list of deserving individuals and groups who were awarded albeit the award was based on a thirty percent vote from the board and a seventy percent vote from the public. There are some controversies coming out from the event about some awards and their winners in as much as the music festival ended smoothly and successfully. According to the public, some artistes were not deserving of certain awards because there were better people who should have been awarded rightfully.