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2019 VGMA winners [Full list]

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Charter House, the organizers of the annual Vodafone Music Awards VGMA 2019, on March 15, 2019, released the full list of nominations for the 2019 edition of the award ceremony.

VGMA 2019 Full list of winners at 2019 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards have been announced and here are the winners, check them out:

VGMA 2019 FULL LIST OF WINNERS

INSTRUMENTALIST OF THE YEAR

  1. Mizter Okyere (WINNER)
  2. Unda Beats
  3. Enoch Owuraku
  4. Emmanuel Bludo

TRADITIONAL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

Kwan Pa Band (WINNERS)

LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

Rev Dr Mary Gansah

Obuoba J.A Adofo

Prof. Kofi Abraham

UNSUNG ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

  1. Kula (WINNER)
  2. OV
  3. Mantse AY
  4. Mr. Drew
  5. Unyx
  6. Efe Keys
  7. Script T
  8. Lycon

GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR

  1. Mo Ne Yo – Diana Hamilton (WINNER)
  2. Hosanna – Koda
  3. Bobolebobo – Isaac KwabenaAning
  4. W’asua Me – Obaapa Christy
  5. Agbadza Medley – Bethel Revival Choir
  6. My Everything –Joe Mettle
  7. I Swerve – Joyce Blessing

HIGHLIFE SONG OF THE YEAR

  1. My Level – Shatta Wale (WINNER)
  2. YebewuNti – Dada Hafco
  3. Wish Me Well – Kuami Eugene
  4. Betweener – Kumi Guitar
  5. Woara – Kwesi Arthur
  6. Thunder – Kidi
  7. CCTV – King Promise ft. Sarkodie and Mugeez
  8. Killing Me Softly – Adina ft. Kuami Eugene

REGGAE/DANCEHALL SONG OF THE YEAR

  1. Gringo – Shatta Wale (WINNER)
  2. Dagomba Girl – Maccasio ft. Mugeez
  3. Top Skanka – Stonebwoy
  4. Obaa – Samini

HIPLIFE SONG OF THE YEAR

  1. ObiaaWo Ne Master – YaaPono ft. Stonebwoy (WINNER)
  2. Ayekoo – Medikal ft. King Promise
  3. KpooKeke – Stonebwoy ft. Kwesi Arthur, Medikal, Darkovibes, and Kelvynboy
  4. Wiase Ye De RMX – Quamina MP ft. Kwesi Arthur and Yung C
  5. Eish – Dope nation
  6. Can’t Let You Go – Sarkodie ft. King Promise
  7. Blow My Mind – Flowking Stone ft. Akwaboah
  8. Baby Girl – Strongman ft. Kuami Eugene
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HIP HOP SONG OF THE YEAR

  1. Anthem – Kwesi Arthur (WINNER)
  2. How Much RMX – Medikal ft. Sarkodie and Omar Sterling
  3. Wole RMX – Kojo Cue ft. Worlasi, Kwesi Arthur, Shaker, Kay-Ara, Temple and C Real
  4. Stables – Joey B ft. LaMeme Gang
  5. Biibi Ba – Sarkodie ft. Tulenkey, Kofi Mole, Amerado, Yeyo, 2Fingers, Obkay and Frequency
  6. Boys Kasa – R2Bees ft. King Promise, Kwesi Arthur, Darkovibes, RJZ, Spacely, Humble Dis, Medikal and B4Bonah

AFROPOP SONG OF THE YEAR

  1. Akwaaba – Guilty Beats ft. MrEazi, Pataapa and Pappy Kojo (WINNER)
  2. Tokyo – King Promise ft. Wizkid
  3. Uber Driver – Wendy Shay
  4. Yenkor – DjMic Smith ft. Kwesi Arthur
  5. Don’t Keep Me Waiting – Kwesi Arthur ft. Kidi
  6. That Thing – Article Wan ft. Pataapa
  7. Come And See My Mother – Mzvee ft. YemiAlade
  8. Thunder Fire – Shatta Wale ft. SM Militants

GOSPEL ARTIST OF THE YEAR

  1. Diana Hamilton(WINNER)
  2. Joyce Blessing
  3. AkesseBrempong
  4. Obaapa Christy
  5. Joe Mettle
  6. KODA

HIGHLIFE ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

  1. Kuami Eugene(WINNER)
  2. King Promise
  3. Akwaboah
  4. Kidi
  5. Adina

HIPLIFE/HIP HOP ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

  1. Medikal(WINNER)
  2. Patapaa
  3. Sarkodie
  4. Kwesi Arthur
  5. R2bees
  6. La Meme Gang

REGGAE/DANCEHALL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

  1. Stonebwoy(WINNER)
  2. Samini
  3. Shatta Wale
  4. Epixode
  5. AK Songstress

BEST VIDEO OF THE YEAR

  1. Come and See My Mother – MzVee Ft. Yemi Alade – Dir. Xbills Ebenezer (WINNER)
  2. Stables – Joey B Ft. La Meme Gang – Dir. David Duncan
  3. Up & Awake – Kojo Cue & Shaker Ft. Kwesi Arthur – Dir. E. Kumodzi
  4. GUDA – Kirani Ayat – Dir. David Nicol-Sey
  5. Me Ne Woa – M.anifest Ft. King Promise – Dir. Makere Thekiso
  6. Biibi Ba – Sarkodie Ft. Tulenkey, Kofi Mole, Amerado, Yeyo, 2Fingers. Obkay &Frequency – Dir. Babs
  7. Bra Fie – Fuse ODG Ft. Damian Marley – Dir. Edgar Stevens
  8. Gringo – Shatta Wale – Dir. Sesan
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BEST COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR

  1. Kpoo Keke- Stonebwoy ft Medikal, Kelvn Boy, Kwesi Arthur, Darko Vibes (WINNER)
  2. Killing Me Softly – Adina ft Kuami Eugene
  3. CCTV- King Promise ft Sarkodie, Mugeez
  4. Come And See My Mother- MzVee ft Yemi Alade
  5. Akwaaba -Guilty Beatz ft Mr. Eazi, Patapaa and Pappy Kojo
  6. Can’t Let You Go- Sarkodie ft King Promise
  7. Never Carry Last -DJ Vyrusky ft Kuami Eugene, Mayorkun
  8. Obiaa Woni Master – Yaa Pono ft Stonebwoy

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR

  1. CCTV – King Promise(WINNER)
  2. Tomorrow – Stonebwoy
  3. Bra Fie – Fuse ODG
  4. Forgive – Teephlow
  5. Hye Me Bo – Akwaboah
  6. Where We Dey Go – Trigmatic

RECORD OF THE YEAR

  1. Hye Me Bo – Akwaboah(WINNER)
  2. Bra Fie – Fuse ODG ft. Damain Marley
  3. Made In Ghana – Okyeame Kwame ft. KiDi
  4. Where We Dey Go – Trigmatic
  5. Tomorrow – Stonebwoy

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

  1. Kuami Eugene(WINNER)
  2. Kaywa
  3. Killbeats
  4. DDT
  5. MOG Beats

SOUND ENGINEER OF THE YEAR

Francis Osei – Hye Me Bo (WINNER)

MALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR
  1. Kidi(WINNER)
  2. King Promise
  3. Akwaboah
  4. Luigi Maclean

FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR

  1. Efya- Hold Me Down (WINNER)
  2. Adina- Killing Me Softly
  3. Mzvee- I Don’t Know
  4. Diana Hamilton- Lord Of Host
  5. Cina Soul- Ojorley
  6. eShun – Fa Me Kor

AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

  1. Burna Boy (WINNER)
  2. Mr. Eazi
  3. Davido
  4. Wizkid
  5. Sauti Sol
  6. Cassper Nyovest

RAPPER OF THE YEAR

  1. Medikal – How Much Rmx(WINNER)
  2. Tee Phlow – Preach
  3. Sarkodie-Can’t Let You Go
  4. Obibini -The Dream
  5. Manifest – Feels

BEST AFRICAN COLLABORATION

  1. Akwaaba – Guilty Beatz ft Mr.Eazi, Patapaa and Pappy Kojo(WINNER)
  2. NAAMI Remix- Dopenation ft Olamide
  3. My girl Remix – Too Fan ft Patoranking & Sarkodie
  4. Tokyo – King Promise ft Wizkid
  5. WAME – Stonebwoy ft Cassper Nyovest
  6. Come See My Monther-Mzvee ft Yemi Alade
  7. Wonder – Shatta Wale ft Olamide
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GROUP OF THE YEAR

  1. Bethel Revival Choir(WINNER)
  2. R2Bees
  3. Dope Nation
  4. La Meme Gang

ARTISTE OF THE DECADE

Sarkodie(WINNER)

NEW ARTISTE OF THE YEAR:
  1. Wendy Shay (WINNER)
  2. Eddie Khae
  3. La Meme Gang
  4. Dope Nation
  5. Quamina MP
  6. Kelvyn Boy

BEST AFRICAN COLLABORATION

  1. Akwaaba – Guilty Beatz ft Mr.Eazi, Patapaa and Pappy Kojo(WINNER)
  2. NAAMI Remix- Dopenation ft Olamide
  3. My girl Remix – Too Fan ft Patoranking & Sarkodie
  4. Tokyo – King Promise ft Wizkid
  5. WAME – Stonebwoy ft Cassper Nyovest
  6. Come See My Monther-Mzvee ft Yemi Alade
  7. Wonder – Shatta Wale ft Olamide

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

  1. Rockstar – Kuami Eugene(WINNER)
  2. Matters Of The Heart – Akwaboah
  3. Shay On You – Wendy Shay
  4. I Believe – Diana Hamilton
  5. Untamed – Samini
  6. Reign – Shatta Wale

VODAFONE MOST POPULAR SONG OF THE YEAR

  1. Kpoo Keke – Stonebwoy ft Kwesi Arthur, Medikal, Darkovibes & Kelvn Boy
  2. CCTV -King Promise ft Sarkodie, Mugeez
  3. Do The Dance- Eddie Khae
  4. Bobolebobo – Isaac Kwabena Aning
  5. Akwaaba – Guilty Beatz ft Mr.Eazi, Patapaa, Pappy Kojo
  6. Obiaa Woni Master- Yaa Pono ft Stonebwoy
  7. Thunder – Kidi
  8. Wish Me Well- Kuami Eugene
  9. Can’t Let You Go- Sarkodie ft King Promise
  10. My Level – Shatta Wale
  11. Woara – Kwesi Arthur
  12. Come and see my mother – Mzvee ft Yemi Alade
  13. Kwani Kwani – Tic ft Kuami Eugene

ARTISTE OF THE YEAR

  1. Sarkodie
  2. Shatta Wale
  3. Stonebwoy
  4. Kuami Eugene
  5. King Promise
  6. Joe Mettle

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Nigerian Afropop songstress Merci-Lisa unveils new single

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Nigerian Afropop-soul musician Merci-Lisa has debuted her new track titled “Love Potion” taken from her recently released debut EP Appetizer,

Released via Golda-Amit, The Appetizer EP was composed and written entirely by Merci-Lisa, and according to her, is inspired by her:

“Journey and experience as a young female artist. I started her career at a low point, with disappointments, betrayal and a lack of path to success, and at that low point, I felt like my world was coming to a screeching halt.

“However, everything changed when I met the guys at Golda-Amit because my career and talent were given a flourishing environment and the support I need to succeed as a female Afro Pop-Soul artist in an industry dominated by well-resourced male performers.

“All the tracks on this ‘Appetizer’ EP are written with deep passion, emotion, admiration for true love, admiration for conquering life’s adversities, and satiation for good music that transcend the test of time.”

Listen to “Love Potion” below and listen to Merci-Lisa’s Appetizer EP on your usual streaming platform here.

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Copy of Cynthia Morgan’s contract with Jude Okoye hits the net (Photos)

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The 2013 contract between dancehall singer, Cynthia Morgan and Northside Entertainment, headed by music executive, Jude Okoye, has surfaced online.

A copy of the contract was sent to Tunde Ednut by Jude Okoye, in response to the allegations made against him by Cynthia Morgan.

Recall that Cynthia who now goes by the stage name Madrina alleged that she was not allowed to use her stage name and that she no longer had access to her social media accounts following her exit from Jude Okoye’s Northside Records.

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She also claimed that she lost all she had, including her name, VEVO account, and royalties after they had some issues centring on her contract.

In an Instagram live chat with Tunde Ednut, Jude stated that he doesn’t have the right to take Cynthia Morgan’s name because it is her birth name.

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He also explained that Cynthia Morgan, who has been free since 2017, changed her name to ‘Madrina’ while still signed to his record label.

Jude also denied taking over her Instagram and Twitter account but admitted that he took over her VEVO account, adding that it was a means of recovering over N40m he spent on her.

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He further stated that he paid Cynthia Morgan’s house rent, bought her a Range Rover and even gave her money to buy land for her mother in Benin.

Check out the contract below as signed by both parties in 2013:

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Sanyeri eulogises Antar Laniyan on his birthday

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Nollywood actor, Olaniyi Afonja, popularly known as Sanyeri, has revealed that fellow actor and director, Antar Laniyan, directed his breakout movie, Opa Kan, for free.

The 45-year-old made this known on Tuesday when he shared a birthday message to Antar on Instagram.

“This day reminds me of when I came to you seeking for you to direct my movie Opa Kan without me having a means of paying you…You promised to help me and you did…To God be the glory that movie Opa Kan brought me to the limelight…,” he wrote.

The movie, Opa Kan, which was released in 2009, also stars Odunlade Adekola.

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Sanyeri and Antar Laniyan also appear together in Obirin and Aworan.

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