Entertainment News

Nanky Expresses Disappointment with VGMA and Lack of Support

nanky expresses disappointment with vgma and lack of support

Photo of Nanky

Ghanaian Musician Nanky Voices Concerns about VGMA’s Treatment

Nanky, a Ghanaian musician known for his expertise in music genres such as Afropop, high life, and Afro RnB, has expressed his dissatisfaction with the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA).

When he began his music career, Nanky quickly won the hearts of Ghanaians with his talent. In 2021, he received recognition for his efforts when he won the Unsung Award at the VGMA.

CHECK THIS ALSO: Cynthia Quarcoo, the lawyer of Sarkodie, has passed away

After achieving this milestone, Nanky had hoped that the VGMA organizers would provide him with the necessary support to establish himself in Ghana’s showbiz industry. Unfortunately, he felt let down as he did not receive the expected backing from VGMA, which he perceived as a problem.

During an appearance on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, he voiced his concerns, stating that winning the Unsung Award should come with a strategy to propel the recipient’s career forward. However, in his case, he felt that he was left to fend for himself.

Despite the disappointment, Nanky maintained his optimism and emphasized that he now has a supportive team that believes in him. He expressed gratitude for their dedication, as they give him assurance that a brighter future lies ahead. He acknowledged his unique style and the commitment of his team, which contributes to his confidence in his future prospects.



Halmblog will respond to any and all take-down requests that comply with the requirements of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), and other applicable intellectual property laws. Promotional songs are generally meant to increasing exposure of otherwise unknown or new production labels, artists, producers, DJs, and/or those that have a low reach on a global scale. Subsequently, this increases streaming and sales of a production, directly benefiting the Copyright holder(s) from onset of official release of their subsequent or current material. Promos posted on this website are not for profit. If you feel your rights are being infringed upon, email us via info@halmblog.com


Gimme by Xnaiq Ft Oseikrom Sikanii

Campaign by Shatta Wale

Goodsin Remix by Olivetheboy Ft King Promise, Oxlade & Reekado Banks

Overthinking by Kofi Kinaata

Otan by Sarkodie

Monica by Kuami Eugene

Kwaku Ananse (Remix) by Amerado Ft Fameye

Fallen Angel by Smallgod & Black Sherif

O’Kenneth & XlimKid – Lonely Road

Masesa by Jay Bahd Ft Skyface SDW & Kwaku DMC

Murder Line by Mr Logic (Shatta Wale Diss)

YAYA by Black Sherif

Sika Aba Fie by King Paluta

Oh No by Black Sherif

Prepare by Kwesi Amewuga

LandGuard by Kwesi Amewuga

Ting Ting by Oseikrom Sikanii

Tompoo by Kwesi Amewuga

Rent Free by Gyakie

Ahaban by Kwesi Amewuga

Osama by Kwame Nut Ft Kwesi Amewuga

Bad Boy by Lasmid

Butta My Bread by JZyNo Ft Lasmid

Case (Remix) by Mr Drew Ft Mophty

Africa Money by Wendy Shay

Victory by Joyce Blessing

Simmer Down by Black Sherif

Insha Allah by Okyeame Kwame Ft King Paluta

Eye Nwanwa by Guru Nkz

Feelings by Kwesi Amewuga

Terminator (Remix) by King Promise Ft Sean Paul & Tiwa Savage

Akohwie (Remix) by Ypee Ft Jhade Stone

Gangalia by Jay Bahd Ft Shatta Wale

Woto Woto Seasoning by Odumodublvck Ft Black Sherif

Meye Dae Metumi by Nana Adobea Sikapa

On My Way by Mophty

Pain by Kweku Darlington

Yeye by Article Wan

Sika (Money) by Ara-B Ft Grey

Masei Ho by Broda Sammy


Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

Leave a Comment