Organizers of the annual Bass Awards, an awards scheme to reward African Reggae and Dancehall Music, Rackus Productions, has this this week announced that this year’s edition of the awards has been rescheduled to December 2014.
Commenting on the new date for the awards, the Communications Director of Rackus Production, Mr. Gabriel Boateng said “in line with our policy to make this year’s awards bigger and better, it has become necessary to reschedule the event to December after consultation with our partners to ensure all the needed logistics and elements are in place. Also, we have to ensure the production team is fully prepared to execute what promises to be the biggest awards night ever in the history of Ghanaian entertainment”.
Mr. Boateng revealed that this year’s awards will take the form of a one day festival. The event starts in the morning with performances by several of the nation’s budding and established artistes. This will be followed by more performance by an A-list of Ghanaian artistes and rewarding this year’s winners.
Fans and music lovers can now start voting for their favourite musicians to stand the chance of winning in their nominated categories at the awards night via the online voting platform at www.bassawards.net. The five voting categories are the Reggae Artiste of the Year, Dancehall Artiste of the Year, Best Reggae Collaboration, Best Dancehall Collaboration and the Alternative Reggae song of the Year.
The BASS Awards is organized by Rackus Productions and powered by Bullhaus Entertainment and Solid Multimedia. For more information about the Bass Awards, please visit www.bassawards.net.