CandyMania Entertainment, organizers of the Central Music Awards, has opened nominations for the 2016 edition of the awards.
Only songs originally mastered, released and promoted within the period of October, 2015 to October, 2016 will be considered.
Nomination forms can be filled online on www.aacehypez.net or picked at Sompa FM in Cape Coast from Saturday October 1 to Friday October 14, 2016. Completed forms and copies of CDs and videos should be submitted to the office of Sompa FM not later than Friday, October 14 when all nominations close.
CMA will honour and celebrate well – deserving and hard working musicians in the Central Region. Chosen by a jury of industry professionals and the general public, potential nominees will be eligible for 18 categories including the new additions: Female Artiste of the Year, Female Vocalist of the Year, Male Artiste of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year.
The rest of the categories are Best Sound Engineer, Best Rapper, Best Collaboration, Best Hiplife/Hiphop Song, Best Reggae/Dancehall Song, Best Highlife Song, Best New Artiste, Best Gospel Song, Best Music Video, Best Hip Gospel Song, Best Music Promoter, Most Popular GH Song in the Central Region and Lifetime Achievement Award.
Over the years, CMA has grown to become one of the biggest platforms for musicians to connect with their fans and industry players in the Central Region. “It embraces, celebrates and rewards musicians from the central Region and those from the other parts of the country who due to work or school, or other engagements find themselves in the region,” the founder of the awards, Candyman Lucas Mensah told Flex newspaper.
Please note that songs with intemperate language will not be shortlisted. Only the musician, his publicist or manager is allowed to file for nomination. Visit www.centralmusicawards.com or call 0241623365 for more information.
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