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Westline Entertainment Sets Stage for Emerging Talents with ‘Unsung’ Category at Western Music Awards

westline entertainment sets stage for emerging talents with 'unsung' category at western music awards

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Westline Entertainment Paves the Way for Young Musicians with ‘Unsung’ Category at Western Music Awards

Westline Entertainment, the organizers of the highly esteemed Western Music Awards, have officially unveiled the comprehensive list of nominations for this year’s event. During a nominee’s announcement streamed on Westline TV’s YouTube channel, Nana Kwesi Coomson, the Head of Public Relations for the Western Music Awards, highlighted that there will be a total of 30 categories this year. Notably, they have introduced a new category called “Unsung,” which specifically focuses on showcasing talent from senior high schools.

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Coomson explained that the purpose of the Unsung category is to identify and nurture musical talents at an early stage among senior high school students. The organizers collaborated with Entertainment Masters from selected senior high schools in the Western Region to nominate their most promising talents to represent their respective schools.

This initiative aims to provide early support to these talented individuals by introducing them to the music market and exposing them to a wider audience, ensuring a smooth transition into the industry once they complete their education.

The participating schools in the “Unsung category” for the 7th edition of the Western Music Awards are as follows: St. Johns School, represented by Oliver Nimo; Adiembra Senior High School, represented by Christabel; Bompeh Senior High Technical School, represented by Heridity; Takoradi Technical Institute, represented by Omar x; and Ahantaman Girls Senior High School, represented by Ohema.

The Entertainment Masters, who appreciate the organizers’ foresight in considering the next generation of talents, have pledged their full support to the awards scheme to ensure the success of the Unsung category.



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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.

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