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Guinness Ambassadors gets 20 nominations at 4Syte Music Video Awards



By: Mathias Amoah

The Ambassadors of Guinness made-of-black-Campaign, Fuse ODG, E. L, and Shatta Wale have gained 20 nominations collectively in the 6th edition of the MTN 4Syte Music Video Awards.

Fuse ODG earned seven nominations in seven different categories with his recently released hit track “Dangerous Love” featuring one of the world’s dancehall heavyweights, Sean Paul.

“The Million Pound Girl”  hit maker is battling it out with other Ghanaian artistes in various categories including Best Collaboration Video, Best Directed Video, Best Male Video, Best Storyline, and Most Popular Video.

BBNZ’s finest, E.L also managed had seven nominations in seven different categories with his new release “Ayaaya”. The track is nominated in categories such as Best Story Line Video, Best Hip Life Video, and Most Influential.

Shatta Wale, 2014 Artiste of the Year, with his popular tune “Everybody like my thing”, also earned him six nominations in six different categories including Best Reggae/Dancehall, Best Choreography and Most Influential.

Reggie Rockstone, another Guinness made-of-black Ambassador together with his VVIP group nominated in five different categories with their new hit song, ‘Selfie’. They are represented by their video in categories such as Best Group Video, Best Choreography, and Best Hip Life.

On his part the acting Marketing Director of Guinness Ghana Breweries, Judith Osei Ampofo congratulated the Ambassadors for leading nominations at the 4Syte Music Video Awards.

She stated that “these Artistes have really exhibited their made-of-black attitude through such bold and distinct creativity, and it is no surprise that together they have swept these nominations in prestigious categories of the 2014 4Syte Music Video Awards. We look forward to seeing them win come November 15, at the Accra International Conference Centre”.

The Guinness made-of-black campaign celebrates Ghanaians who aren’t afraid to express themselves and have the confidence to carve their own path in life and leave their mark.

The made-of-black will provide a stage for them to continue to showcase their flair and imagination and share their own made-of-black attitude with others.

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