Kofi Kinaata wins ‘Hybrid song of the year’ at Ghana National Gospel Music Awards

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Martin KingArthur stage name Kofi Kinaata has emerged as the winner of ‘Hybrid Song of The year Category’ at the just ended Ghana National Gospel Music Awards.

The Category was a new category created to award artist who’s music is not considered as gospel music but the content of their song is inspiring and motivating as well .

Kofi Kinaata was in this category with Artistes such as Shatta Wale, Ras Kuuku, Dada Hafco, Strongman and Kuami Eugene. Kofi Kinaata won this award with ‘Things Fall Apart.’

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