I deserve this year's VGMA New Artiste of the Year - Rising star Nautyca claims

I deserve this year's VGMA New Artiste of the Year - Rising star Nautyca claims

- Nautyca, a fast-rising Ghanaian music star has boldly indicated that he deserves to win the VGMA Best New Artiste of the Year for 2021

- Fameye was the winner in the category when the 21st edition of the awards ceremony was held last year

- Nautyca has produced a good number of songs with Sarkodie, Akwaboah Kelvin Boy and more

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Ghanaian musician, Nautyca with the Twitter handle @Nautycagh has boldly stated that he deserves the VGMA Artiste of the Year that will be held in 2021.

In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal handle, Nautyca conjectured that his stance is not an empty claim, but rather evidence-based.

According to him, he put in a lot of work for the past two years in the music industry and even ended 2020 with an outstanding show #TemaHarbourCityConcert.

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I deserve this year's VGMA New Artiste of the Year - Rising star Nautyca says

I deserve this year's VGMA New Artiste of the Year - Rising star Nautyca says @Nautycagh
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It is rather interesting that Nautyca actually made a song that featured Sarkodie and has also produced hits like Dane with Coded, Fly with Kelvin Boy, Problem with Akwaboah and some others.

It's quite understandable how he believes to have worked so much than most artistes who are also hopeful to win in the highly-coveted category.

As readers would recall, the VGMA Best New Artiste of the Year for the 21st edition of the awards ceremony held in 2020 was won by Fameye who is only 26 years old.

In another equally-captivating report, the audacious Ghanaian on-air personality, Deloris Frimpong-Manso, popularly known as Delay, left OGB Music boss, Ogidi Brown, astonished with a question about his manhood during a recent interview.

The outspoken media personality, who is known for her compelling and daring style of interviewing her guests, had the former manager of singer Fameye almost tongue-tied when she asked about the state of his manhood.

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In an excerpt from the interview on The Delay Show, which is set to be aired on Sunday, December 10, Delay asked Ogidi Brown, who is wheelchair-bound a series of questions, including whether he could drive.

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