Chocolate City’s Nosa is arguably one of the biggest revelations of the year so far and last week, he added another gong to his growing list of awards by being named the African Artist of the Year at the Gospel Touch Music Awards (GTMAs), which held in London, UK over the weekend.
Nosa joined a list of prestigious winners on the night like Kirk Franklin who picked up the Lifetime Achievement Award to Michelle Williams who won the award for the Song of The Year for her hit single ‘Say Yes’.
In his category, Nosa beat the likes of Andrew Bello, Eben, Atta, Boafo and Zim Praise to eventually claim the award of Africa’s best.
The GTMAs are widely regarded as Gospel Music’s biggest night in the United Kingdom and Nosa has already expressed how humbling this experience has been for him to be recognized internationally for his music.
Nosa adds this award to his 13 award nominations, 3 award wins, high profile appearances at churches and gospel events, and brand affiliations with the likes of Etisalat and Close Up all garnered in the space of one year.