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It’s not like I don’t want Grammy’s, it’s not won by words – Kofi Kinaata

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Ghanaian musician Kofi Kinaata has addressed his stance on the pursuit of GRAMMY awards, emphasizing the importance of hard work and dedication over mere ambition.

In an interview with Nana Romeo on Accra FM on May 16, 2024, Kinaata explained why he doesn’t often talk about winning GRAMMYs, unlike many of his peers.

According to Kofi Kinaata, achieving success in the music industry requires more than just speaking about winning awards like the GRAMMYs. He believes that true recognition comes from consistent effort, dedication, and producing quality music that resonates with fans.

His comments come at a time when many artists are vocal about their aspirations to win prestigious awards such as the GRAMMYs. Kofi Kinaata’s perspective serves as a reminder that success is earned through hard work and dedication, rather than just a desire for accolades.

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