Ghanaian producer Killbeatz and singer Fuse ODG pick two (2) Grammy Awards for Ghana.
Killbeatz becomes the first Ghanaian producer to win Grammys by the virtue that he produced a song on Ed Sheeran’s Grammy awarded album ÷ (Divide).
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Real name Joseph Addison, Killbeatz produced “Bebia Be Ye Ye”.
Ghanaian-born UK-singer Fuse ODG was also credited as a cowriter for the same song on the album – which also makes him the first Ghanaian musician to win a Grammy.
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Late last year (2017) however, it was reported on [mark]GhKings — Africa’s vibrant music and lifestyle portal[/mark] that the UK singer had sacked his producer-friend from his house in East Legon.
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When was the first time a Ghanaian musician won Grammy Awards?
This also mark not just the first time a Ghanaian has won a Grammy but also two (2) on the same night.
Stonebwoy was also nominated for the 60th Grammy Awards after been featured on Morgan Heritage‘s Avrakedabra album but he missed the award.
Ed Sheeran picked awards for Best Pop Solo Performance and Best Pop Vocal Album,