- Kofi Kinaata has spoken after winning the Songwriter of the Year Award at the 2020 VGMA
- He won with his super hit song Things Fall Apart
- This makes it the third time he has won such a prestigious award
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Fante Rap God (FRG), Kofi Kinaata, has spoken after winning the Songwriter of the Year Award at the 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs).
Previously winning with Susuka, and Sweetie Pie, he won this time with his mega hit song Things Fall Apart, the mind-blowing and thoughtful song that even little children can sing and relate to.
Kofi Kinaata took his Instagram page to share the award plaque and praised himself for setting a record in the history of the VGMA for being the first to win that award back to back.
Many people including his colleague musicians have congratulated him.
Adina, Andy Dosty, Opanka, and Freda Rhymz, all congratulated Kofi Kinaata:
adina_thembi: “Congratulations br3da!!!”
andydostygh: “Congratulations. I’m proud of you.”
fredarhymzgh: “Congratulations champ.”
Karen said no one deserved that award than Kofi, calling it a well-deserved one:
karenkashkane: “YiiiieeeeeyyyyyOf course no one else deserves it!!! Congratulations oooo #TeamMoooove.”
Boakye also said the award is really well-deserved:
deonboakye: “well deserved.”
Enoch also congratulated Kofi Kinaata:
enochproducer: “Congrats bro.”
Meanwhile in Things Fall Apart, Kofi Kinatta sang about the rot in society being done by pastors, MPs, ordinary citizens.
He sang that though these people profess to be worshipping God, it is not reflected in their ways of life.
For instance, he sang about how people run helter-skelter to hide when Jehovah’s Witnesses visit to teach them the truth found in God’s word the Bible.
Kinaata also sang about how a pastor preaches nicely in church, but practices otherwise by maltreating an orphan in his care.
He sang about how MPs promise big things during campaign but afterward, do not even visit the people to construct roads for them.
One catchy phrase in Kinaata’s song is: “Part-time Christian, you want fight full-time devil”.
He ended the song by asking people to ask themselves and their friends if they are indeed serving God the way He wants it.
YEN.com.gh also published the full list of winners for Day 1 of the 2020 VGMAs.
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