Quata Budukusu’s Quantum Riddim Album Selected For Grammy Consideration
For a musician to enter the studio and record thirteen solid songs on just one beat or riddim, it will only take deep and talent inclined such as Jacob Etroo known in showbiz arena as Quata Budukusu to do such a tremendous hard work.
Reliable information reaching www.kumikasa.com proves that the Quantum Riddim album by Quata, which is been distributed internationally by the reputable VPAL Music, has been selected for consideration for 2018 Grammy Awards for the Reggae Album Category of the year.
The Good news for all Quata Budukusu fans around the globe especially the budukusu militants is that base on the information the Consideration is the first step of attaining a Grammy. The second step is for the Academy to vote and narrow down the list to a nomination list.
The final step is for Academy members to vote for award recipients. Quata Budukusu is the first Ghanaian rapper to be signed to VPAL Music, a label which has most of its artists winning the Reggae Category at the Grammys.Over the years Quata Budukusu has championed and projected himself as one of the biggest versatile musicians in Africa and the rest of the world.
On records, Quata Budukusu is regarded as the fastest rapper in Ghana, the inventor of tongue twisting in Twi, super accomplished songwriter and the most versatile artist who does every genre of music perfectly. He can rap, sing, do dancehall, pop music and much more. So, it’s not surprise that his world breaking reggae album (Quantum Riddim) has been tipped by 2018 Grammy Awards for consideration.
Quata Budukusu, Ghana’s inventor of tongue twisting in Twi, recently broke a world record with a 13-track album featured on a single riddim Dubbed “Quantum Riddim”.The unprecedented 13-track track album titled ‘Quantum Riddim’ featured on a single riddim, in the history of world music has find itself on the table of 2018 Grammy Awards for consideration. For all your music,brands,and events promotions call Davcado on +233248407344 or email us via firstname.lastname@example.org