You Couldn’t Even Appreciate The Work Of The Producer On Your Hit Song ‘Adom’ – Nana Ama Tells Diana Hamilton.
Ghanaian backup singer Nana Ama has taken a crack at Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste of the Year 2021, Diana Hamilton, for not recognizing the music producer who gave her the beat for her award-winning Adom song.
According to Nana Ama, Diana Hamilton did well by thanking God and some of her followers but taking out the name of music producer, Shadrack Yawson’s in her acceptance speech wasn’t competent.
She clarified that “even if she paid Mr. Yawson, better known as Sha for the beat, it would not have been bad to thank him on stage because “others would also want to work with him.”
Why are some musicians are so wicked?… You go on platforms and you have to appreciate the person but you think you have paid for it so appreciating it is wrong. It’s about time that changed.
When I say some musicians are ungrateful people don’t understand. She didn’t even say anything… Not even thank you to Sha… Nana Ama said in a video she shared on her Facebook page.
We have to change. This is a wake-up call to musicians, engineers, instrumentalists, and backup vocalists. The award you are not sharing with him… we say to appreciate the person to know that you are grateful.
Thanking others is fine but if the producer didn’t add his knowledge to it, it wouldn’t be a hit… It is not a fight but I am pained that such happened to him. The hiplife and reggae artistes can do that but the gospel musicians, she said.