MUSIC FANS are being given the opportunity to get involved with The Caribbean Afro Music Awards (CAMA), a brand-new annual event launching in London next year.
We have nominated such a large number of global acts including the likes of artists Busy Signal, Gyptian, Jidenna, Fally Ipupa, D Major, Motto, Lt. Stitchie, Kuami Eugene, Julian Marley and many more
With music evolving immensely over recent years; now being one of the largest exports, the platform is set to ‘showcase, embrace and demonstrate the power and influence black culture has in today’s society and bring people together’.
The awards are slated for September 2021 and will take the form of a fans only vote.
At the start of December supporters of Caribbean music and culture were invited by CAMA to register their votes for their favourite artists and band..
Organisers of the event enthused: “We are creating a new outlet to market, share, appreciate and reward the talented individuals who are creating, producing, playing and performing around the world by acknowledging and gratifying those for their contribution to Caribbean and Afro Music.
“Uplifting people and embracing the culture to unite people from all backgrounds to provide the opportunity to work together, collaborate and support groups that are normally undervalued and underrepresented.
“It is our goal to be recognised as a leading awarding body for Caribbean and Afro music becoming one of the most important and influential events for the music makers and fans.”
The categories fans can vote across include: Best Reggae Act – Best Dancehall Act – Best Soca Act – Best Afrobeat’s Act – Best Reggaetón Act – Best Gospel Act – Best UK Act – Best Up N Coming – Best Album – Best Music Video – Best International Act – Best Producer and Best DJ.
“The voting process is down to the audience so we encourage all fans to start voting for them from December 1, 2020, via ourwebsite,” a sokesperson said.
“We have nominated such a large number of global acts including the likes of artists Busy Signal, Gyptian, Jidenna, Fally Ipupa, D Major, Motto, Lt. Stitchie, Kuami Eugene, Julian Marley and many more.”
For additional information and to place your votes, visit: www.camawards.co.uk