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Liberia: Bucky Raw's Reaction to Winning Awards in Liberia's Entertainment Industry

Bucky Raw
"If you win an award in Liberia Industry, your price stays the same, if you even had one to begin with."

Research shows that artists don't earn cash prizes alongside their pretty new trophies like athletes get for taking home the top spot at professional sporting events. But that doesn't mean awards ceremonies like the Grammys, the Oscars, the Emmys, and others are a complete waste of time. Most people watch awards shows to see their favorite recording artists take home top prizes, like the coveted Album of the Year. But the people who mostly benefit from winning at the Grammys are the ones whose names you’ve never heard of.  Songwriters, producers, and other behind-the-scenes roles often enjoy the best benefits from Grammy wins. Those awards are more of a big deal for them. And it doesn't matter what they won for, winning a Grammy opens all kinds of doors. It's a huge accomplishment. 
Winning a Grammy doesn't mean you'll win money. But once a winner, more doors will open, guaranteed. 





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