Renowned Ghanaian watchmaker and founder of Caveman Watches, Anthony Dzamefe with Entrepreneur and founder of EMY Africa Awards, Kojo Soboh and CEO and founder of GUBA Enterprise, Lady Dentaa Amoateng, were extended special invitations to attend the 2024 Grammy Awards.
The Grammy Awards, one of the most prestigious events in the global music industry, attract artists, influencers, and industry leaders worldwide. This year, they invited some astute Ghanaian personalities, including Lady Dentaa, Kojo Soboh, Anthony Dzamefe and others, as part of the measures to celebrate the rich diversity and talent within the African music scene on the world stage.
Speaking about the invitation, Anthony Dzamefe shared his excitement, saying, “I am humbled by the invitation to attend the Grammy Awards. It’s a recognition of the craftsmanship and creativity that Ghana and Africa offer, and I’m proud to be part of this moment.”
The three personalities were also present at the Grammy African Nominee Brunch, which served as a prelude to the main Grammy Awards ceremony. The prestigious event brought together some of the brightest stars in African music, creating an atmosphere of celebration and camaraderie.
The event, which seeks to celebrate African nominees, had the second edition of the African Grammy Nominees brunch, hosted by Ghanaian broadcaster Berla Mundi.
This year’s African Grammy Nominee Brunch was organized under the auspices of Grow, Unite, and Build (GUBA) in partnership with Rollingstone and is tipped to be worth attending as it has top-rated and award-winning African achievers gracing the occasion.
The likes of Grammy Award Winner and South African Singer Zakes Bantwini, Entrepreneur and founder of Emy Africa Kojo Soboh, Grammy-nominated music producer Musa Keys, and other great African personalities made the night full of applause for the African creative exports.
The brunch was held a day before the grand 66th Grammy Awards, which made Tyla’s ‘Water’ win the new African category, ‘Best African Performance’ to honour African talents and ensure fairness and a level playing field for Africans in the coveted music awards.