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Consider separating the “Reggae/Dancehall Artiste and “Reggae/Dancehall Song” categories – Bismark Botchwey to CharterHouse Ghana

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Consider separating the “Reggae/Dancehall Artiste and “Reggae/Dancehall Song” categories – Bismark Botchwey to CharterHouse Ghana

 

Awards-winning Ghanaian blogger Bismark Botchwey, also affectionately known as Sintim, has voiced a suggestion to CharterHouse Ghana, the organizers of the Ghana Music Awards, to consider separating the Reggae genre from the Dancehall genre.

From his post chanced upon by Djqwequ, his reasons for such advice have been with the dancehall artistes seen to be the once dominating and mostly winning such categories while the reggae artistes look on. Adding to that, such genres differ from each other in terms of sound, theme, and style.

A similar concern was raised by a female radio personality by the name Martha Gotah, popularly known as Magbliss of Cape FM, some years ago.

Read his post below:

The organizers of the Ghana Music Awards, Charterhouse Ghana, should consider separating the “Reggae/Dancehall Artiste and “Reggae/Dancehall Song” categories.
The current merger limits the opportunities for artistes who solely create reggae music to win awards in their respective categories.

It is evident that reggae and dancehall are distinct genres, differing in sound, theme, and style. Therefore, introducing separate categories for “Reggae Artiste of the Year” and “Reggae Song of the Year” would honor artists who specialize in these genres exclusively.

This separation would allow dancehall artistes to compete with their peers who have released dancehall music within the year, and similarly, reggae artistes would compete with others who have released music in the same genre.

A review of past winners reveals that dancehall songs and artistes have dominated the categories, with reggae songs and artistes being underrepresented.

By creating separate categories, Charterhouse Ghana can promote a more inclusive and diverse recognition of Ghanaian music talent.
From:
Bismark Botchwey (Sintim)
Blogger – Sintim Media

Source: Djqwequ

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