Founder of the GUBA Awards, Lady Dentaa Amoateng MBE was a burst of fresh and eclectic energy when she stepped out to attend the Recording Academy Honours Red carpet.
Dentaa wore a stunning black beaded corset gown to the award event at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Thursday joining the likes of Ciara and other business leaders, Hollywood stars and Record executives in the music industry.
Lil Wayne, Missy Elliot, and Dr. Dre were awarded the Global Impact Award at this year’s event.
Designed by talented Ghanaian designer, Ezekiel Yartel of the eponymous brand, Yartel Gh, the gown featured a bold cut-out in the bust area and sheer fabric with lace detailing on the arm with a mermaid train.
The TV host and philanthropist nailed the night with her smokey eye makeup and glossy brown lipstick as her hair was pulled to the back. She was spotted in fringe earrings and a bejewelled clutch along with her wedding band as her accessories of choice for the night.
“This is a dress that’s made in Ghana by Yartel and styled by EFW. It’s a beautiful combination and as soon as I tried it on I knew this was the dress to celebrate black music,” she told reporters at the event
The Recording Academy Honours, presented by the Black Music Collective celebrates black creators in the music industry during the week leading up to the 2023 Grammy Awards. Sunday’s event will see performances from Sam Smith, Lizzo, Harry Styles and Bad Bunny
According to the Recording Academy website, the Black Music Collective is an advisory group of music industry leaders who will speak openly about new and emerging opportunities in Black music and identify ways to drive Black representation.
Stylist – @styledbyefw
Dress – @yartelgh
Fabric – @ohemaaglobal
Makeup – @tyshalamakeup
Wig – @hairsenta
Hair Styling – @africanprodigy