Ghana’s Embassy in the United States of America has announced its decision to officially partner with organisers of the Ghana Music Awards USA
for this year’s ceremony.
In a letter dated July 6,2021 the embassy first noted the relevance of music to Ghana’s culture and heritage:
“Music has always been a core part of our tradition as a people and as a country, our diverse music genres define our culture, our heritage, and our
humanity. Over the years, highly talented artists and their timeless music have positively promoted Ghana on the global stage.”
The letter also described the embassy’s excitement at the opportunity to project Ghana through this partnership:
“The Embassy finds this partnership particularly exciting because it aligns with our strategy to leverage Ghanaian talents and platforms across the
United States in our efforts to market and project Ghana”.
In the letter signed by the embassy’s head of information and public affairs, Kofi Tonto finally relayed the good wishes of the ambassador to the
“On behalf of the Ambassador, H.E. Hajia Alima Mahama, and the entire staff of the Embassy, I extend our best wishes to the organization and to all
the artists who have been nominated for this year’s ceremony.”
The second edition of the Ghana Music Awards USA, which has been deemed the biggest gathering of Ghanaians in North America, is scheduled to
take place on August 21, 2021, at Atlantic City, New Jersey.
The ceremony promises to live up to expectation as organizers have lined up big names of Ghanaian origin based in Ghana and the US of A for the