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EMY AWARDS’19: Boris Kodjoe, Dr. Ofori Sarpong, Dentaa Others Win Big At 2019 EMY Africa Awards

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The 2019 edition of the prestigious Exclusive Men of the Year (EMY) Africa Awards was held on Saturday night at the plush Kempinski Hotel in Accra where a number of influential personalities were honoured for contributions towards society.

Chief Executive officer of Special Ice Company, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong was the biggest winner at the event after going home with the Ultimate Man of the Year award.

Since 2016, the EMY Africa award has celebrated the best in men’s achievements across local industry, community, culture and public service. Dozens of men and personalities from all ages and walks of life have been honoured for their abilities, initiatives and contributions to society.

Saturday night event was attended by a number personalities. Among them were Nadia Buari, Gloria Safo, Zynnell Zuh, Samera Buari, KOD, Regina Van Helvert and a host of others.

The rest of other winners at the event included, the Chief Imam Dr Sheikh Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu who was crowned with a Life Time Achievement award, Veteran Administration of Ghana was honoured with the Men’s Group of the Year award. Man of Courage award went to visually impaired journalist, Paul Anomhah Kordien and the British High Commissioner to Ghana, Ian Walker who annexed the inaugural EMY’s Commonwealth Development award.

Magnate Award (Man of The Year-Business) went to Daniel Mckorley while Diasporan award to Ghanaian American actor Boris Kodjoe. The outstanding Woman of the Year went to Madam Patricia Poku, the CEO of Plot Enterprise Group in Ivory Coast and Ghana which is a cocoa processing company. Mr. Torgbor Mensah also went home with Media Excellence Award among others.

Below is the full list of winners

Man Of The Year – Dr. Ernest Ofori Sarpong

Woman Of The Year – Patricia Poku-Diaby

Lifetime Achievement Award – Sheikh Dr Osmanu Nuhu Sharubutu

Men Group/Club Of The Year – Veterans Administration, Ghana (VAG)

Magnate Award (Man Of The Year– Business) – Daniel McKorley

Diasporan Award – Boris Kodjoe

Media Excellence Award – Mr. Torgbor Mensah

The Settler Award – Iyiola Ayoade

The Guardian Award (Mentorship & Leadership Award) – Dr Patrick Awuah

The Green Fingers Award (Man Of The Year – Agriculture ) – Richard Nunekpeku

Man Of The Year – Technology , Sponsored By NASCO Ghana – Mr. Archie Hesse

Asclepian Award (Man Of The Year – Health ) – Mr. Kofi Nsiah Poku

The Rig Award (Man Of The Year – Oil & Gas) – Kevin Okyere

Man Of The Year–Style – Yofi Grant

Man Of Courage Award – Paul Anomah-Kordieh

Commonwealth Development Award – British High Commission, Accra

Green Corporate Star Award Sponsored By A Rocha Ghana – Guinness Ghana Breweries PLC

Humanitarian Award -Nii Botswe Laryea II (Kotobabi Manste)

Special Recognition Award For Advertising & Marketing – Mr Joel Nettey

Young Achiever– Male – Sangu Delle

Young Achiever-Female – Dentaa Amoateng Mbe

The Pav Ansah Communicator Award – Giovani Caleb

Man Of The Year– Entertainment – Louis Lamis

Man Of The Year – Sports – Ezekiel Nana Ziggy Ansah

Discovery Of The Year – Kofi Genfi

Brand Of The Year – Adepa Shoes

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“I Won Experience At The RTPs. – Cookie Tee

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Radio Personality and Celebrated host of GHOne TV’s relationship talkshow, Tales from the Powder Room, Cookie Tee has acknowledged the significance of the RTP Awards stage after her successive commandeering of the ninth edition on Saturday.

Cookie Tee who was also a nominee on the night did not pick her category. However, she shared insight of her broader focus of being part of the scheme.

She also acknowledged that it’s been a year and she has been able to achieve this recognition. Not winning will not stop her from working hard in everything she does.

“We didn’t win this time, but what I actually won on that stage hosting for the second time is waaaaaay more priceless than any award! I WON EXPERIENCE and that to me is EVERYTHING as I journey on in this Media Space.” — Cookie wrote on her Instagram page.

She also pointed out the fact that the voting procedure was “complicated” and perhaps that may also resulted in her loss.

“THANK YOU to ALL who took time to vote for me considering how “COMPLICATED” it was to go through the voting process.

To you all Genuine fans and loved ones who keep on looking out for me and cheering me on, I say GOD BLESS YOU!! —WE KEEP MOVING” — She added

The prestigious Radio and Television Personality awards Ghana is a scheme that celebrates the achievements of media personalities across the country. The ninth edition came off on Saturday October 12 at the Accra International Conference Centre amidst the splendour and glitz from the red carpet.

Shirley Tibilla was host for the second time; aided by actor James Gardener. James Gardener’s skill and experience on the stage provided the perfect link for both hosts to flow with the audience who were mainly top industry people as well as heads of businesses and politicians.

See full list of winners below:
RTP Award Winners (2018/19):
Best Radio Personality (Bring Ahafo Region) – Kwabena Mustapha (Kiss Fm)
Best Radio Personality (Central Region) – The Candy Man (Darling Fm)
Best Radio Personality (Eastern Region) -Nana Kwesi Baah (Good Life Fm)
Best Radio Personality (Volta Region) – Mary Bedzo (Kekeli Fm)
Best Radio Personality ( Western Region) – Nana Yaw G. (Good News Fm).
Best Radio Personality (Northern Region) – Naakaa Waris
Best Radio Personality (Ashanti Region) – Kwame Tanko ( Angel Fm)
Best Radio Personality (Greater – Accra Region) – Francis Abban (Star fm)
Radio Dj of the Year – Mr Castro (Ultimate Fm)
Radio Gospel Show Host of the Year – Johnson Aduboahen (Angel Fm)
Radio Reggae Show Host of the Year – Blake Kobby (3fm)
Radio Development Show Host – Nana Yaa Konadu (Peace Fm)
Radio Newscaster of the Year English Language – A. Lawson (Star Fm)
Radio Newscaster of the Year local Language – Akosua Aboagye (Peace Fm)
Radio Female Presenter of the Year – A. Lawson (Star Fm)
Radio Sports Programme of the Year – Angel Sports
Radio Sports Show Host of the Year – Dan K. Yeboah (Peace Fm)
TV Development Show Host of the Year – Nana Aba Anamoah
(State of Affairs)
TV Entertainment Programme Host of the Year – Nana MacBrown (MacBrown’s Kitchen)
TV Male Entertainment Show Host of the Year – Abeiku Santana
TV Female Entertainment Show Host of the Year – Akua A. (Angel Tv)
TV Sports Programme of the Year – Sports Station (TV3)
TV Sports Show Host of the Year – Patrick Osei Agyemang
TV Local Series of the Year – Boys Abr3 (UTV)
TV Reality Show of the Year – Ghana’s Most Beautiful (Tv3)
TV Discovery of the Year – Aisha Yakubu (Tv3)
Digital TV Channel of the Year – Angel TV
RTP Honorary Personality Awards – Alhaji Seidu Abongo (C. E. O. of Pluzz Fm), Dennis Kojo Anderson (Praise Tv) And Prof. Dr. Kwame Kyei.
TV News Programme of the Year – News 360 (Tv3)
TV Male Newscaster of the Year – Alfred Ocansey (Tv3)
TV Female Newscaster of the Year – Serwaa Amihere (Gh One Tv)
Radio Entertainment Talk Show Host of the Year –
Radio News Programme of the Year – Accra ‘Kasiebo’ (Accra Fm)
Radio Morning Programme of the Year – Morning Star (Starr Fm)
Radio Entertainment Talk show Host of the Year – Kojo P. Danquah (Starr Fm)
TV Female Presenter of the Year – Stacy Amoateng (Platinum Network)
Radio Programme of the Year – 3fm Drive (Tv3)
TV Programme of the Year – Adekye Nsroma (UTV)
Radio Mid-Morning Show Host of the Year – Kofi K. Bilson (Peace Fm)
Radio Late – Afternoon Show Host of the Year – Elvis Crystal (Pluzz Fm)
Radio Morning Show Host of the Year – Kwame Nkrumah T. K. (Okay Fm)
Radio Talk show host of the Year – Mugabe Maase (XYZ Fm)
Television Morning Programme of the Year – Good Morning Ghana (Metro Tv)
TV Morning Show Host of the Year – Johnnie Hughes (Tv3)
TV Station of the Year – UTV
Radio Station of the Year – Peace Fm
Media Group of the Year – Despite Media Group
RTP Personality of the Year – Nana Aba Anamoah

(Source: beeniewords.com)

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Pluzz FM’s Elvis Crystal Wins Late Afternoon Show Host Of The Year At RTP AWARDS’19.

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Pluzz FM’s Elvis Crystal has been adjudged the best late afternoon show host of the year at the 9th edition of the Radio and Television Personality (RTP) Awards held at the Accra International Conference Centre on Saturday, October 12.

He beat stiff competition from astute radio personalities like Jessica Opare Saforo (Citi FM), Abeiku Aggrey Santana (Okay FM), Blakk Rasta (Zylofon FM), Giovani Caleb (3FM), Micky Darling (Peace FM), KOD (Starr FM).

The fine gentleman with an apropos sense of fashion that matches his voice tone took over as Pluzz 89.9fm prime time show “Area Gang” a little over a year ago from his predecessors Nana Otu Gyandoh and Ruddy Kwakye. He was able to fit nicely into the big shoes of his senior colleagues and has grown the show to a very appreciable level with huge following since the station moved from its Sowutuom location to the West Hills Mall.

Elvis is an astute and prolific radio presenter, a growing maverick in radio programming, a smart radio and TV imaging professional, a voice actor, TV host and screen actor as well as a talent coach.

Since his presence onto Ghana’s radio scene in 2005 as a disc jock on Accra’s adult alternative radio station, Atlantis Radio where he got his grounding and influence from, he recounts strapping up knowledge and ideas from the late CEO

Mr. James Appiah and other skilled broadcasters such as Mr. Robert Owusu. Elvis arduously sifted through the radio and voice over industry with persistence, verve and consistency to be one of the best radio hosts and voice artists in the country today.

He went on to explore his gifts and to broaden the scope of his abilities with Radio XYZ for a little over 6years where he worked with fine and seasoned broadcasters such as Mr. Tommy Anan-Forson, and Mr. Gordwin Avenorgbor. In 2012, industry greats have labeled him as the “next big thing” in today’s radio, he went through the learning cycles and hosted several shows including, the drive time slot, the mid-morning slot, weekend breakfast show, Weekend Evening shows, and specialist music shows such as Jazz Café and Music of Africa most of which were self-produced.

Elvis amasses a wide listening audience both young and old, in 2017, he joined Accra’s urban music station, Pluzz 89.9fm, Accra’s Music Leader and advanced to be the host of the station’s drive time slot “The Drive with the Area Gang” which has become one of the country’s best drive time shows.

The young dynamic on air broadcaster who doubles often as a DJ does not only have a sleek voice that holds attention but also the gift of sustaining listeners throughout with his urban on-air style and flair, dexterity, humor, wit and a good slap of analytical outlook on newsy social issues. It’s factual that he has grown the show to a highly appreciable level with a huge fan base, you will agree that in almost every commercial vehicle you aboard, you will possibly catch his voice pervading through the speakers, even in shops and office across the capital and beyond. Aside being the drive host, his other roles at the station as Programs Manager and Head of Productions cannot be mistaken.
The jack of many trades is on live on Pluzz Fm from 3pm to 6pm, Monday to Friday

Elvis has steadily risen to be mentioned among the few poised and captivating radio personalities in the country; in 2018 Graphic showbiz featured him in the “Lords of Radio and TV” nationwide publication along with his contemporaries. He has been nominated in several industry awards some of which include the Ghana Entertainment Awards USA 19 in the Best Radio Personality –Male category, Hyperlink Media Awards 2018 in the Best Radio Drive Time Personality category, and in the recent 2019 Radio and TV Personalities (RTP) Awards Africa in the Radio Late Afternoon Show Host of the Year Category.

Elvis is also a writer and narrator of modern literature, a motivational speaker, a spoken word poet and a music writer and performer. He is the dynamic and captivating narrator of his audio book “Heart, Spirit and Soul”, a collection of short inspiring stories. He hints of completing his book, which he claims is an anthology of free verse, prose and quotes.

Elvis Crystal hails from the Volta Region; he is a product of University Of Ghana, Legon, Ghana School of Marketing (GSM), and St. Mary’s Senior Seminary High School, Volta Region. He is currently a student of the University of Ghana Business School (UGBS) pursuing his Masters Programme.

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Nana Aba Anamoah Wins Big At 2019 RTP Awards.

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Ms. Nana Aba Anamoah of GHOne TV, was adjudged the 'Media Personality of the Year' at the 2019 Radio and Television Personality (RTP) Awards held at the Accra International Conference Center last Saturday.

Ms. Anamoah saw off competition from the likes of Benard Avle (Citi FM), Patrick Osei Agyemang (Adom TV) and Abeiku Santana (Okay FM) to win the biggest award on the night.

Ms. Anamoah did not only take home the ultimate prize but also won  'Television Development Show Host of the Year'

The awards gala saw lots of media personalities honoured for excelling in their respective broadcasting fields.

Below is the full list of winners:

Radio Gospel Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Johnson Adu Boahen – Angel FM

Best Radio Personality Western Region 2018-2019 – Nana Yaw Gyebi – GoodNews FM

Radio Female Presenter Of The Year 2018-2019 – Atiewin Mbillah-Lawson – Starr FM

Radio Sports Show Host Of The Year 2018–2019 – Dan Kwaku Yeboah – Peace FM

Radio Sports Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – Angel Sports – Angel FM (Ashanti Region)

Radio Newscaster Of The Year (Local Language) 2018-2019 – Akosua Ago Aboagye – Peace FM

Radio Newscaster Of The Year (English Language) 2018-2019 – Atiewin Mbillah-Lawson – Starr FM

Radio Dj Of The Year 2018-2019 – Mr. Kaxtro – Ultimate FM

Radio Development Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Nana Yaa Konadu – Peace FM

Radio Reggae Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Blak Kobby – 3FM

Best Radio Personality Greater Accra Region 2018-2019 – Francis Abban – Starr Fm

Best Radio Personality Ashanti Region 2018-2019 – Kwame Tanko – Angel FM

Best Radio Personality Northern Sector Of Ghana 2018-2019 – Anaakaa Warris – Radio Progress

TV Entertainment Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – Mcbrown’s Kitchen — UTV

TV Male Entertainment Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Abeiku Santana — UTV

TV Female Entertainment Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Akua Amoakowaa – Angel TV

TV Sports Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – Sports Station – TV3

TV Sports Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Patrick Osei Agyemang (Songo) – Adom TV

TV Local Series Of The Year 2018-2019 – Boys Abre – UTV

TV Dev’t Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Nana Aba Anamoah – Ghone TV

TV Reality Show Of The Year 2018-2019 – Ghana’s Most Beautiful 2018 – TV3

TV Discovery Of The Year 2018-2019 – Ayisha Yakubu – TV3

Digital TV Channel Of The Year 2018-2019 – Angel TV

TV News Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – News 360 – TV3

TV Female Newscaster Of The Year 2018-2019 – Serwaa Amihere — GhOne TV

Best Radio Personality Volta Region 2018-2019 – Mary Bedzo – Kekeli FM

Radio Morning Program Of The Year 2019-2019 – Morning Starr – Starr FM

Radio News Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – Accra Kasiebo — Accra FM

Radio Entertainment Talk Show Host 2018-2019 – Kwadwo Preko Dankwa – Starr FM/Kasapa FM

TV Female Presenter Of The Year 2018-2019 – Stacy Amoateng – Platinum Network

Radio Late Afternoon Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Giovanni Caleb – 3 FM

TV Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – Adekye Nsroma – UTV

Radio Mid-Morning Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Kofi Kum Bilson– Peace FM

Radio Morning Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Kwame Nkrumah Tikesie – Okay FM

Radio Talk Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Mugaabe Maase – XYZ/Power Fm

Television Morning Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – Good Morning Ghana – Metro TV

TV Morning Show Host Of The Year 2018-2019 – Johnnie Hughes – TV3

TV Station Of The Year 2018-2019 – UTV

Radio Station Of The Year 2018-2019 – Peace FM

Radio Program Of The Year 2018-2019 – 3Fm Drive – 3FM

Media Group Of The Year 2018-2019 – Despite Media Group

RTP Personality Of The Year 2018-2019 – Nana Aba Anamoah – GhOne TV

RTP Honoraries Of The Year 2019

Professor Dr Kwame Kyei – Owner Of Vision 1 FM, Light FM And Light TV

Alhaji Seidu Agongo – Owner – Accra FM, Class FM, Number 1 FM And CTV

Dennis Kojo Anderson – Owner – Praise TV Ghana

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Shatta Wale, Sammy Flex, Kidi, Obrafour, Others Nominated For Eastern Music Awards 2019.

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Organizers of the Eastern Music Awards   Hi5 Empire have released nominees for the third edition of the scheme.It aims at recognising artistes from the Eastern Region who have made significant impact in their respective music genres.Below is the full list of nominees:

Eastern Music Awards 2019 Nominees List;

1. Gospel Song of the Year

Austin De Psalmist ft Mabel - Great God

2Fresh4God - Testimony

Don Hagan ft. Nero X – Mensa Aka

Jeffery Boakye Kwasi ft. Francis Amo – Yesu Nkoaa

Mama Boat - hye me ma

Nana Aboagye – Ayekwa

Nana Bema – Woara

Nhyiraba Prince – Aseda Nkoaa

Lady Adobea X Bismark Osei - Have mercy

Paa Sammy Twum – Oboafo

Prince Patricks – Kumbale

Prophet Johnson - Life

Sir Abboah Offei – Life

2. Gospel Act of the Year

Austin De Psalmist

2Fresh4God 

Don Hagan 

Jeffery Boakye Kwasi  

Mama Boat

Nana Aboagye 

Nana Bema 

Nhyiraba Prince  

Paa Sammy Twum 

Prince Patricks  

Sir Abboah Offei 

3. Hip Hop Song of the Year

1 Cedi ft. Teephlow – Feeling it

Ayowa Kwame – I like it Like that

Boy tee ft. Yaa Pono – Nyame ne hene

Cashood – Dreams 

Kasiebo ft. Gemini – Hustle 

Kay Gee – Welcome to Ghana

Ko7- Kwahu Y3 Guy

Koo Ntakra – 21

Ladonati ft. Cashood – Blow 

Splitees – Make a Move

Tee Rhyme – Twa Wa Num

Yaaba Yaw – Saa Da No

Zandy – Pull Up

4. Hip Hop /Hip Life Act of the Year

1 Cedi                 

Ayowa Kwame 

Boy tee 

Cashood 

Elly Element 

Kay Gee 

KO7 

Koo Ntakra 

Ladonati 

Tee Rhyme 

Tumtum Boafour 

Yaaba Yaw 

5. Best Group of the Year

2Fresh4God

2Lhords

De- Exit

Rico Mob

Splitees

Sunshine Gang

6.Rap Act of the Year

1Cedi

Ayowa Kwame

Boy Tee

Cashood

Elly Element

K. Gee

Koo Ntakra

Phrings Icon

Tee Rhyme 

7. Female Vocalist of the Year

Abby K Sokode             

Shelby Rassi 

Amazyn Gee

L.Gre 

Lady Adobea 

Mz Kiki 

Nana Bema

Tish 

Tyra Meek 

Vanessa Nice 

8. Male Vocalist of the Year

Arm Stick 

Daasebre Ba Kwame Rhatty 

Denchembour 

I am Bracwecy 

Inna Flame 

Jeffery Boakye Kwasi 

Lyrical Aporfii 

Paa Sammy Twum 

Sean Khare 

Yaw Say 

9. Eastern International Act of the Year

Bekey Mills 

Freddy Spirit 

Hakeem Bawa 

Jay Baba 

Kwasi Manni 

Nana NYC 

10. Reggae Dancehall Song of the Year

Blackstone Viper – Migraine 

Faya Stone – System Bad

Finebouy Splitees – Money mi a Pre

Inna Flame ft. Knii Lante – Si Abotare

Jeffery King – Sell Out

Kasiebo – Where were you

King Maaga – Evergreen

Konana – Dream Killers

Obotan Herbalist – No Garba

Tish – iWoman

Tuff Killa – Zion

11. Reggae Dancehall Artiste of the Year

Blackstone Viper 

Faya Stone 

Inna Flame 

Jeffery King 

Kasiebo 

King Maaga 

Konana 

Obotan Herbalist 

Tish 

Tuff Killa 

12. Highlife Song of the Year

Aboateaa Kwasi – 3B3fa

Arm Stick - Adonko

Asonaba – Sika

Daasebre Ba Kwame Rhatty – Ware me

Danny Kay – Odo da baabi

Dausty Era ft. Stay Jay – Makoma

KatKiz – Obi Shemu

Lotty – Do your Own

Lyrical Aporfii – Obaahemaa

Pentoa – Medo Wiase

Talanku – Wonti     

Yaw Say – Can’t Say Bye 

13. Highlife Artiste of the Year

Aboateaa Kwasi                             

Arm Stick                                            

Asonaba 

Daasebre Ba Kwame Rhatty 

Danny Kay  

Lotty 

Lyrical Aporfii 

Pentoa 

Talanku

Yaw Say 

14. Most Promising Act of the Year

Boy Tee 

Cashood 

Dausty Era 

Edicta

KatKiz

King Potterz 

Kobby Kin

Kyranstarbwoy 

Obaya 

Papa Kheelo 

Pin Code 

Remi Haq 

Sorvaiva 

Spencer 

Stonegee 

The Stryka 

Tish 

Tyra Meek

Vanessa Nice 

Yaw say 

15. East Side Song of the Year

Boy Tee ft. Koo Ntakra – Kaayi Koomi

Daasebre Ba Kwame Rhatty – Ware me

Elly Element ft. Patapaa – Give them

K.Gee – Ghetto Youth 

KatKiz – Obi Shemu

Koo Kyei ft  Stonebwoy – Control it

Koo Ntakra – Bam

Phada Gaza ft. Yaa Pono – Life

Sean Khare – My Share

Stone Gee – Perfect Man 

Tee Rhyme – Twa WA Num

16. Hip life Song of the Year

2Lhords – Suliya

Edicta – D3d33d3 

Elly Element ft. Patapaa – Give them

Joey Kingdom – Fake Mallam

K.Joe ft. Edicta, Cashood & Ladonati – Wob3ti

KO7 ft. Fameye – Style Bia Bi

Koo Ntakra – Bam

Konana ft. Ras Kuuku - Plan

Longation – Tsoobi

Racky Nova ft. Sean Khare – Hide & Seek

Sam Krew ft. Ekow Marvel – Free Me

Tumtum Boafour ft Article wan – Es3 Wose

17. Afro Pop Song of the Year

Denchembour ft. Kofi Kinaata – Take a Ride

I am Bracwecy – Me X U

Kay Dizzle ft Dope Nation – Show Baba Remix

Kofi Byble – Baby Mama

Kwaku Gee – Tualle

Longation ft. All day – A Far

Lyrical Aporfii – Take me to your daddy

Nuru Shabba – A go make am

Obaya ft. Kay Peric – S3 Mo Ano

OV ft. Stonebwouy – Want me

Racky Nova ft. Sean Khare – Hide and seek

Rany Dope Songz – Alomo

Sean Khare – What a love

Shelby Rassi ft. ella – Obi aware me

Skuulfees – baby come

Stonegee – Perfect Man

Tyra Meek – Mene woa

Vanessa Nice – Burning Desire

18. Afro Pop Artiste of the Year

Denchembour

I am Bracwecy 

Kay Dizzle 

Kofi Byble 

Kwaku Gee 

Longation

Nuru Shabba 

Obaya

OV 

Rany Dope Songz 

Racky Nova

Sean Khare 

Shelby Rassi

Skuulfees 

Stonegee 

Tyra Meek

Vanessa Nice 

19. Collaboration of the Year

1 cedi ft. Teephlow – Feeling it

Boy Tee ft. Koo Ntakra – Kaayi Koomi

Denchembour ft Kofi Kinaata – Take a ride

Elly Element ft. Patapaa – Give them

Inna Flame ft. Knii Lante – Si Abotare

Jeffery Boakye Kwasi ft. Francis Amo

K.Joe ft. Edicta, Ladonati & Cashood – Wob3ti

Kay Dizzle ft Dope Nation – Show Baba Remix

KO7 ft. Fameye – Style Bia Bi

Koo Kyei Ft. Stonebwoy – Control it 

Koo Ntakra ft Eno Barony – Ohemaa

OV ft. Stonebwoy – Want me

Phada Gaza ft Yaa Pono – Life

Prince Patricks ft. Morris BabyFace – Kumbale

Tumtum Boafour ft. Article Wan – ESE Wose

Vanessa Nice ft. Kofi Mole - Attention.

Music Video of the Year

Daasebre Ba Kwame Rhatty – Ware me

De Exit – Makolababe

K.Gee - Welcome to Ghana

Kofi Byble – Baby Mama

Koo Kyei Ft. Stonebwoy – Control it

Nuru Shabba – A go Make Am

Obaya ft Kay Peric – S3 Mo Ano

OV ft. Stonebwoy– Want me

Talanku – Wonti

Tee Rhyme – Twa WA Num

Vanessa Nice – Burning Desire

Video Director of the Year

 SOBA 

Scoby Films

Salifu Abdul Hafiz 

REX 

Amoako Richmond

Gachios 

Prince Dovlo 

Kofi Awuah 

Sam Armstrong 

Kojo Myles 

Music Producer of the Year

Aghenzy Beat 

Angel Pee

BeatBoss Tims 

Cybee

Drumboi 

Hypelyrix 

Kasapa beat

K.Joe 

QholaBeatz

Rany Beats

Tukay Beat 

Zadour 

Sound Engineer of the Year

Aghenzy Beat 

Angel Pee 

BeatBoss Tims 

Cybee 

Dkeezy

Drumboi 

Hypelyrix

K.Joe 

Luzey Beat 

QholaBeatz 

Qwesi Frankiesberg 

Rany Beats 

Vex Beat 

Zadour 

20. Ghana Most Viral song of the Year

Kpo K3K3 – Stonebwouy

My Level – Shatta Wale

Omo Ada – Medikal

Don’t Be Late – Kofi Mole

Party – Quamina MP

Thunder – Kidi

Walaahi – Kuami Eugene

Stevie Wonder – Wendy Shay ft Shatta wale

Nothing I get - Fameye

21. Most Influential Act of the Year

Kuami Eugene

Okyeame Kwame

Medikal

Shatta Wale

Sarkodie 

Stonebwoy 

Wendy Shay

22. Eastern Pride of the Year

Obrafour

Medikal

Kidi

Kuami Eugene

Wendy Shay

Wutah Kobby

Dada Hafco

K.K Fosu

Pope Skinny (Asouden God)

23.Album of the Year

The Plug – Medikal

Sugar – Kidi

Rockstar –Kuami Eugene

Shay on you – Wendy Shay

24. Promoter of the Year

GizoShowbiz              

Kumikasa

DJ Kula

Sammy Flex

Daabrehene

Action DJ

EagleEyeMedia

Jagonzy

DJ Kobby

Papa Attitude

25. Artist of the Year

Daasebre Ba Kwame Rhatty              

Denchembour 

Jeffery Boakye Kwasi

Kasiebo

Koo Kyei

Koo Ntakra

O.V

Phada Gaza

Tee Rhyme

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