Muse Africa has presented plaques to winners from their Muse Bangerz of the Quarter accolades for the 1st quarter.
The presentation was done at their quarterly held MuseBOQ party on 7th June inside Serallio.
On the night Ghana’s award winning disc jokey DJ Vyrusk together with Empawa artiste J.Derobie picked up their plaques for Best Hip life song of the quarter and Reggae /Dancehall of the quarter respectively.
Other winners who also picked up their plaques include rapper Opanka who won best Collaboration of the quarter, rapper Frequency was also there to pick his plaque for best Hip hop song of the quarter.
The female artiste of the quarter Eshun was there to also receive her plaque alongside Gospel song of the quarter winner Qwame Gaby.
The most talked about artiste now, Kofi Mole of Don’t be late hit song fame was there with his squad to receive his plaque for Introlude of the quarter.
In a word from the director and head of editorial at Muse Africa, George Wiredu Duah stated that he was so happy to see all these stars pick up their plaques at the event last Friday.
“For us at Muse Africa, we want to always create the environment that will support new talents and already made stars hence Muse Bangerz of the quarter is one of them and so to see these talents participate in the activities is worth commending” – Mr. George Duah opined.
George also stressed that, the MuseBangerz of the Quarter celebrates and rewards hit music every quarter so the fans should get ready for the next quarter Muse Bangerz of the Quarter in August.
Rave Marketing Solutions, Serallio and Faxe Gold Beer supported the Muse BOQ Party.
Source: Beenie Words
EMY AWARDS’19: Boris Kodjoe, Dr. Ofori Sarpong, Dentaa Others Win Big At 2019 EMY Africa Awards
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
BET Awards’19: Cardi B, Migos and Burna Boy win top prizes.
Regina Hall hosted the 19th annual BET Awards ceremony, which aired live from the Microsoft Theater on Sunday (23 June) in downtown Los Angeles across seven Viacom networks in the U.S., including BET, BET HER, MTV, MTV 2, MTV Classic, VH1 and Logo.
The show kicked off with a special performance from lead BET nominee Cardi B, who took the stage with husband Offset and a gaggle of dancers for their rendition of her hit tracks “Clout” and “Press.” with other performances including chart-toppers Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus performing their hit song “Old Town Road,” Lizzo’s rendition of “Truth Hurts,” and a medley of hits from Mary J Blige.
Cardi is nominated for 7 awards including Album of the Year, Best Female Hip-Hop Artist, and Best Collaboration category for her songs with Bruno Mars on “Please Me,” and Bad Bunny and J. Balvin on “I Like It.” She won five BET Awards in 2017 and four during the 2018 celebration.
Following Cardi’s lead is hip-hop superstar Drake, who is nominated for five awards including Best Male Hip Hop Artist, Best Collaboration for his track “Sicko Mode” with Travis Scott, and Best Video.
Other nominees included Beyonce, J. Cole, Childish Gambino, Issa Rae, Stephen Curry, and Lizzo.Mary J. Blige was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award and Tyler Perry was presented with the Ultimate Icon Award.
Tyler Perry was honoured with the Ultimate Icon award, while Mary J Blige received the Lifetime Achievement Award after performing a medley of her greatest hits.
Grammy-nominated rapper Nipsey Hussle was given a posthumous Humanitarian Award to honour his work as an entrepreneur and community activist. Nipsey Hussle, who was murdered on March 31, was remembered throughout the pre-show by heavy hitters like John Legend, Lil’ Kim, and DJ Khaled. BET even opted to use a blue carpet in honour of the slain rapper.
Burna Boy won the Best International Act, which was accepted by his mother/manager who gave a powerful acceptance speech.
See the full list of winners below:
Best Female R&B/Pop Artist
Best Male R&B/Pop Artist
Bruno Mars (WINNER)
Chloe x Halle
Lil Baby & Gunna
“Sicko Mode,” Travis Scott ft. Drake (WINNER)
“A Lot,” 21 Savage ft. J. Cole
“Please Me,” Cardi B & Bruno Mars
“I Like It,” Cardi B ft. Bad Bunny & J Balvin
“Could've Been,” H.E.R. ft. Bryson Tiller
“Taste,” Tyga ft. Offset
Best Female Hip Hop Artist
Cardi B (WINNER)
Megan Thee Stallion
Best Male Hip Hop Artist
Nipsey Hussle (WINNER)
Video of the Year
“This Is America,” Childish Gambino (WINNER)
“A Lot,” 21 Savage ft. J. Cole
“Money,” Cardi B
“Please Me,” Cardi B & Bruno Mars
“Nice For What,” Drake
“APES**T,” The Carters
Video Director of the Year
Karena Evans (WINNER)
Best New Artist
Lil Baby (WINNER)
Dr. Bobby Jones Best Gospel/Inspirational
“Blessing Me Again,” Snoop Dogg ft. Rance Allen (WINNER)
“All Of My Life,” Erica Campbell ft. Warryn Campbell
“Tell Me Where It Hurts,” Fred Hammon
“Love Theory,” Kirk Franklin
“Never Alone,” Tori Kelly ft. Kirk Franklin
Best International Act
Burna Boy (Nigeria) (WINNER)
AKA (South Africa)
Aya Nakamura (France)
Mr. Eazi (Nigeria)
Best New International Act
Sho Madjozi (South Africa) (WINNER)
Headie One (UK)
Regina King (WINNER)
Taraji P Henson
Michael B. Jordan (WINNER)
Marsai Martin (WINNER)
Michael Rainey Jr.
BlacKkKlansman (WINNER) Creed 2
If Beale Street Could Talk
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
The Hate U Give
Sportswoman of the Year
Serena Williams (WINNER)
Sportsman of the Year
Stephen Curry (WINNER)
Odell Beckham Jr
Album of the Year
Invasion of Privacy, Cardi B (WINNER)
Astroworld, Travis Scott
Championships, Meek Mill
Ella Mai, Ella Mai
Everything Is Love, The Carters
Coca-Cola Viewers' Choice
“Trip,” Ella Mai (WINNER)
“I Like It,” Cardi B ft Bad Bunny & J Balvin
“This Is America,” Childish Gambino
“In My Feelings,” Drake
“Middle Child,” J. Col
“Sicko Mode,” Travis Scott ft. Drake
NEA’19 Open Nominations For 3rd Edition.
The 3rd edition of the community development awards scheme “Nima Excellence Awards” has offically open its nomination for various categories ranging from Academia, Business, Politics, Sports, Arts and Entertainment, Social Work to Media.
The awards scheme is non-voting and winners are carefully selected by Constituted Award Board in consultation with the Event team based on information and research of achievement, performance and impact of a nominee under the year in review.
The categories are open to either male or female personalities regardless of religious affiliation, including individuals and organizations within Nima, Accra New Town, Maamobi, Kotobabi, Pig Farm, Kanda and Ruga and/or indigenes of these communities who reside abroad to pick or file their nominations for this year’s edition Nima Excellence Awards 2019.
Below are the categoriesFiling of Nomination starts on today, Monday, 10th June 2019 and ends on Wednesday, 6th July 2019.
Some Top personalities who have won the Prestigious Community Based Awards, NEA are CEO of Afro Arab Group of Companies, Alhaji Abdul Salamu Amadu, the late Alhaji Bature Iddriss of Alhaji and Alhaji fame, Ghana's dribbling magician Mohammed Ahmed ''Polo'', Dancehall & reggae Artiste IWAN, Ghana’s musical Legendary group ''VVIP'', international Fine Artist-Mohammed Awudu ''Moh”, A retired midwife Hajia Damata Suleimana, Ghanaian pharmaceutical giant- Tobinco pharmaceuticals LTD.
Others are CEO Hijarah TV- Alhaji Abdul Razak Toure, Media mogul, Alhaji Mohammed Amin Lamptey, Founder & president Dreams FC Mr. Mohammed Jijii Alifoe, Dr. Samuel Amo Tobbin and many more.
Hon. Mahama Naser Toure- MP of Awayaso East Constituency, Hon. Abubakar Saddique Boneface-Former minister for Inner Cities and Zongo Development, PRO of Council of Zongo Chiefs- Chief Imoro Baba Issah, the first MP of Awayaso East Constituency-the late Hon. Yahaya Seidu (Yayaya Kansas), Deputy National Chief Imam- Sheikh Ahmed Kamaludeen Abubakar Umar, Vice President of the Republic of Ghana-H.E. Alhaji Dr. Mahmadu Bawumia have all received honorary awards.
The Initiative is to re-echo and celebrate the excellent performances of organizations and individuals within the above mentioned catchment areas. The recognition of most outstanding personalities and organizations with exemplary achievements serves as a motivation for the younger generation in these communities.
Forms can be obtain from all our outlets and online. Visit our website: www.nimaexcellenceaward.com
Below are the categories;
•Best JHS School
•Best SHS student
•Brilliant Student (Tertiary)
•Non-Governmental Organization (NGO’s)
•Nima Diaspora Personality / Group
Arts and entertainment
•Creative Arts Personality
•Entertainment Personality/ Group
• Influential personality
Overall personality of Year
•Personality of the Year
Kojo Manuel, DJ Vyrusky & DJ Aroma for Ghana Meets Naija
The journey of Kojo Manuel gets more heated every year as he has been announced as the Official Hype MC for the 2019 Edition of Ghana Meets Naija!The event which is being headlined by Wande Coal, Teni, R2Bees, Medikal, Patapaa, Victor AD and many others is one of the biggest West African annual events championed by the two West African giants, Ghana and Nigeria.
The event is slated for June 8th at the Accra International Conference Center and is set to be a massive showdown and party with DJ Vyrusky as the Official DJ/Referee. Kojo Manuel, affectionately known as Manny Yo has proved to be a might force when paired with Dj Vyrusky so this is a treat you do not want to miss!The DJ Battle is also fixed between DJ Aroma of Pure FM, Kumasi - Ghana and DJ Big N from Nigeria.
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