HURRAY: Ghanaian Urban Gospel Musician FAFFA’s Song Wins ‘Best Gospel Hip Hop Song of the Year’ At Maiden Edition Of National Gospel Music Awards

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Ghanaian Urban gospel musician FAFFA’s flower child track ‘Make Me Wanna’ won the ‘Best Gospel Hip Hop Song of the Year’ at the first National Gospel Music Awards which was held in Kumasi on Sunday, December 17.

FAFFA’s ‘Make Me Wanna’, was in competition with equally great songs like ‘Crazy for God by Preachers, ‘Out of Coverage Area by Regardless ft. Esaias – but at the end of the day, the good Board and Public of the award had their choice – FAFFA’s ‘Make Me Wanna’

FAFFA was however absent when her award was announced. “It was around that time of the month when a woman must go ‘red’ by default” she said amidst giggling. “Make Me Wanna’ has always been a winning piece, winning fans for FAFFA time and time again,” she said of her own track.

FAFFA went to Kumasi on Monday for her award and granted an interview with LUV FM.

ENJOY ‘Make Me Wanna’

Other award winners were:

Best Male Worship song of the Year – Joe Mettle

Best African Gospel song of the Year – Sonny Badu

Best Contemporary Gospel Album – Jack Alolome

Best Collaboration – Jack Alolome and Princess Ifeoma

New Artiste of the Year – Patience Nyarko

Best Praise Song of the Year – Monko Moakyi by Joyce Blessing

Best Traditional Song of the year – Change Over by Mary Agyemang

Discovery of the Year – Mabel Okyere

Best Worship Video – Brother Sammy (Sakra Wiem)

Best Worship Song – Sammy Baah

Best Acapella – Alabaster Box

Best Male Vocalist – Ernest Opoku

Lifetime Achievement Award – Prof. Kofi Abraham.


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