MOGmusic’s ‘Koinonia Phase II’ album earns Grammy consideration

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Multiple-award-winning gospel artiste, Nana Yaw Boakye, popularly known as MOGmusic, has thrown his fans into excitement with the news that his “Koinonia Phase II” album is being considered for a Grammy Award.

Grammy consideration is not an automatic nomination, but it is a necessary step in the process.

MOGmusic is considering a possible nomination with his recent album “Koinonia Phase II.”

He’s looking forward to being nominated in the Best Gospel Album, Album of the Year, and Best New Artist categories.

The celebrated Ghanaian gospel singer is also the first Ghanaian gospel musician to be admitted into the Recording Academy of the Grammy Awards.

In a post on X, MOGmusic said: “I want to express my gratitude to @RecordingAcad for this consideration. Ghana to the world, Africa to the world, The Gospel to the world.”

MOGmusic is the first Ghanaian gospel artiste to be admitted into the renowned membership of the Grammy Academy.

A Grammy win would be a historic moment for Ghanaian music and would help to further raise the profile of Ghanaian artists around the world.

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