MOGmusic becomes the gospel trail blazer for joining the GRAMMY Recording Academy
Ghanaian gospel singer MOGmusic has become the first gospel artiste from Ghana to have been registered as a member of the prestigious GRAMMY Recording Academy 2023.
This came as a surprised good news for many individuals when the gospel singer posted the image of his admission into the Academy earlier in the morning of June 27th, 2023 to announce the great breakthrough with the following caption;
Grace up, a step up. Another time and opportunity to put Africa and Ghana on the map.
Thanks @recordingacademy. Happy to be a member of this great family.
Following his prominent presence at the Meet & Greet during Grammy CEO’s visit to Ghana earlier last year, MOGmusic seems to have made the right connections after becoming the first Ghanaian Gospel act to be admitted into the esteemed Recording Academy of the Grammy Awards.
This, therefore, has taken the award-winning Ghanaian gospel musician, Nana Yaw Boakye, popularly known as MOGmusic, to a whole new milestone in his music career.
This accomplishment follows the Grammy Board’s approval of MOGmusic’s application, solidifying his position as a trailblazer in the gospel music industry. The news has not only brought immense joy to MOGmusic but has also sparked enthusiasm throughout the country.
The inclusion of MOGmusic in the Recording Academy is a remarkable achievement, representing a significant breakthrough for gospel music in Ghana and the African continent as a whole.
With this prestigious membership, MOGmusic joins the ranks of internationally acclaimed artists and industry professionals, gaining access to invaluable opportunities and resources.
His induction serves as a testament to his exceptional talent, unwavering dedication, and the impact he has made through his inspiring music.
MOGmusic is gradually becoming a globally recognized gospel singer after his viral “Be Lifted” which got translated into different languages and sung in many gatherings around the world. His recent feature of Donnie McClurkin sparked a new level of love for the song after it’s release on YouTube recently.