“I no longer focus on winning awards” – Strongman


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Ghanaian rapper Vincent Kwaku Osei, also referred to as Strongman in the music industry, has stated that he is no longer interested in winning the prestigious Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.

Strongman said that he is not overly excited about the awards and that he now has a different priority after losing the best rapper category five times in a row.

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Strongman, who is nominated for Best Rapper for his hit song “Dear God,” claims he is not really thinking about the Awards Night because of his constant loss.

Speaking with Tony Best on Akoma Mmre on Akoma FM on Friday, the “Rap Is Still Alive” hitmaker stated he had more pressing matters to attend to rather than focusing on accolades that still disregard him.

“This is the 6th time I have been nominated for the Best Rapper category and the 5th successive times but unfortunately turned to mirage, so I don’t need to pay much attention so that I won’t be disappointed.

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“I always submit my works for scrutiny but I don’t get recognized hence I need to devote my time and attention to things that make me more relevant and always entertain my fans and lovers.

“For the past four years I have never posted my nomination on any social media platform edging my fans to vote for me because of previous experience. I am focusing on other things to make me happy,” Strongman stated.

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