Kuami Eugene, contracted to Lynx Entertainment, has revealed that he is unconcerned about failing to win an award at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Daybreak Hitz declared in an interview on Hitz FM’s morning show that he has no problem with not receiving honors.
“Not in any way. I’ve never been disappointed not to win a prize. At the end of the day, though, it is only a plaque, as if someone had borrowed your money, only to wake up one morning and say, “I don’t think I can loan you money again.”
“The award belongs to someone, therefore if he says I will present it to someone else, I cannot force him,” he told host Sammy Forson.
The singer was nominated for four awards but did not win any.
He stated that he expected to win in the categories of “Best Collaboration of the Year” and “Highlife Artist of the Year.”
In response to not being nominated for the two awards, he stated that he earned the Highlife award for a project he completed.
“Yes, Highlife Artiste of the Year, I had a packed Highlife concert, and I honored AB Crenstil. I have been an advocate for Highlife for some time. “However, whomever took it deserves it because he has also been working,” he added.
The musician believes that his collaborations with rapper Okyeame Kwame and Captain Planet of 4×4 fame should have received the Collaboration of the Year award.
Even if it wasn’t my song, it should be tracks on which I was featured. From Yeeko to Biibi Besi and Abodie, none of them had received an award. However, it is VGMA. Concerning VGMA, we have minimal influence. The only thing we can do is create music and give it to them,’ he remarked.
The performer is presently promoting his most recent street anthem, “Take Away.”