Grammy Museum acknowledges Kojo Antwi, Stonebwoy and other top African stars for making Sound of Africa Exhibit possible.

Grammy Museum has celebrated the immense contribution of some African artists towards the progress of the music industry.

Ava Hall, Vice President, BET International Programming and Brand Advancement, Circa 2016 created and launched a platform to celebrate some philanthropic activities of African stars.

The platform featured handwritten lyrics, memorabilia and artifacts from Stonebwoy, 2Face Idibia, Angelique Kidjo, D’Banj, Davido, Hugh Masekela, Ice Prince Zamani, Kojo Antwi, Laolu Senbanjo, Salif Keita, Sir Victor Uwaifo, Tabu Ley Rochereau, Viviane N’Dour, Yemi Alade.

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As part of recognizing and applauding the work of the best musical artistes from the continent of Africa at the annual BET awards, the organization collaborated with the GRAMMY Museum to take inter-continental music celebration to new heights with the Sounds of Africa exhibit and to create this fascinating tribute to legendary, traditional and contemporary African musicians.

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The Grammy Museum also believes music is a gateway to learning and their mission is to explore and celebrate the enduring legacies of the creative process behind all forms of music through immersive and interactive exhibits and essential music education programs, a report filed on its official website reads.

It is a big win for Ghana music.

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Grammy Museum acknowledges Kojo Antwi & Stonebwoy for making Sound of Africa Exhibit mega