3Music Awards will again honour Ghana’s Next-Rated star on Main Night, March 26, 2022 in recognition of their contributions to music through creation, social impact, and relative success within the unsung music spectrum.
Presented by Infinix, the 3Music Next Rated Award evens the
playing field between performers from Ghana’s dominant regions and the
marginalized, rewarding the most outstanding creatives from each region, and that
one unsung individual standing head and shoulders above contemporaries nationally.
From a pool of sixteen, that outstanding rising star will walk home with a 3Music plaque on main night, along with exposure on a national platform to their giftedness, craft, and endeavour. Malcom Nuna, 3Music Awards Breakthrough Act of the Year nominee and the 2021 winner of the VGMA Unsung Artiste of the Year Category, also won the Next Rated category last year.
The sixteen nominees are the final picks from all sixteen regions of Ghana compiled by the 3Music Regional Academies and selected regional stakeholders. The shortlisted artistes for the Next Rated Category of the 5th annual 3Music Awards have been published on the official 3Music website, www.3music.tv.
The winner will be determined off 60% fan vote and 40% by the academy. Voting opened in February and closes at midnight on March 23.
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