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8th Afrima Full List Of Winners

Davido, Burna Boy, Wizkid, Marwan Moussa, and more won big at the 8th AFRIMA Awards.


The All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA)recently descended onto Dakar, Senegal for their eighth edition, ‘The Teganga Edition.’

The awards, which were held at the Dakar Arena, saw the likes of Nigerian superstaDavido take home three trophies in one night as he won the Best African Collaboration, Best Duo or Group in African Electro, and Best Male Artiste in African Inspirational Music categories.

Egyptian rapper Marwan Moussa followed closely, nabbing two wins for Best African Rapper/Lyricist and Best Duo or Group in African Hip Hop.

In other notable moments, Senegalese icons Youssou N’dour, Baaba Maal, and Ismaël Lô were given the AFRIMA Legend Award, which is selected by the awards’ international executive committee.

All of the winners across the remaining 39 categories for the 8th AFRIMA in Senegal were decided by popular vote across a pool of 9,067 submitted entries.

South Africa’s Costa Titch and Frrench-Congolese artist Dadju lead the group, with each artist earning six nominations. Burna Boy, KIzz Daniel, Tiwa Savage and Fireboy DML bagged nominations each.

This year, the organization received its highest number of entries ever recorded since the award show began in 2014. The award show’s jury chose 382 nominations across 39 musical categories, to underscore five African regions and the musical talents that represent those regions.

South African jury member Adam Tiran, said that he was confident that he and other members had made the right selections this year for talent.

“We are confident in our selection this year, after carefully reviewing all 9,076 entries. We are sure this is an accurate and inclusive representation of where the African music industry currently is,” said Tiran. “We have put in the effort to ensure that AFRIMA’s nominations remain as credible and authentic as always.”

West African countries led the charge with a total of 134 nominations, and this was followed by the Eastern African region, whose artists came to 69 nominations. Southern African artists followed behind with 68 nominations and Central African artists had 52 nominations, while Northern African artists had an entry totaling to 49 nominations. The global region for this year’s award show representing non-Africans pulled in 10 nominations.

The nominations fall into a variety of categories, according to Angela Martins, Head of Culture, African Union Commission on the Jury:

“The nominees list comprising 29 continental award categories and 10 regional award categories released for public voting on The remaining category for the “Legend Award” will be announced at the awards. Also, we brought back the “Best Soundtrack in a Movie, Series or Documentary” category, this year, due to the availability of quality entries for this year’s edition. Recall that we had to suspend it, last year, due to a shortage of quality entries, said Martins. “Overall, we are very proud and confident in our work, and we would continue to intensify our efforts to ensure AFRIMA remains the ultimate recognition of African music globally in line with its vision.”

See the full list of winners below.

Here are all the winners at the 8th All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA)


Best Female Artiste in Western Africa
Asa Ocean Nigeria
Gyakie Something Ghana
Josey Ft. Bonigo (Winner) Zambeleman Cote d’Ivoire
Manamba Kante Bhouloun Djouri Guinea
Oumou Sangare Wassulu Don Mali
Simi Woman Nigeria
Soraia Ramos BKBN Cape Verde
Tems Crazy Tings Nigeria
Tiwa Savage Ft. Brandy Somebody’s Son Nigeria
Viviane CHIDID Ft. Bass Thioung Sweet Game Senegal


Best Male Artiste in Southern Africa
A-Reece Couldn’t Have Said It Better, Pt.3 South Africa
Blxckie feat A-Reece Sneaky South Africa
DJ Tarico Ft. DJ Consequence, Nelson Tivane & Preck Number One Mozambique
Gemini Major Ft. Ayra Starr Ooh Lala Malawi
Focalistic X Madumane and Mellow & Sleazy feat. DJ Maphorisa 16 Days No Sleep South Africa
Kabza De Small Ft. DJ Maphorisa Abalele South Africa
Musketeers Ft. Azmo Danko feat. Azmo Namibia
Master KG x Wanitwa Mos Ft. Nkosazana Daughter, Basetsana, Obeey Amor Dali Nguwe South Africa
Winky D (Winner) Happy Again Zimbabwe
Zakes Bantwini Ft. Kasango Osama South Africa
Best Female Artiste in Southern Africa
DJ Yessonia Ft. Boohle Ngifuna Wena Namibia
DJ Zinhle Ft. Black Motion, Kabza De Small & Nokwazi Siyabonga South Africa
Kamo Mphela Ghost South Africa
Makhadzi (Winner) Mama South Africa
Nadia Nakai Ft. Lucasraps Not The Same South Africa
Nomfundo Moh Ft. ShaSha & Ami Faku Phakade Lami South Africa
ShaSha Ft. Kamo Mphela & Felo Le Tee iPiano Zimbabwe
Simmy We Were Here South Africa
Tamy Moyo Sare Zimbabwe
Uncle Waffles & Tony Duardo Ft. Sino Msolo & Boibizza Tanzania South Africa
Best Male Artiste in Northern Africa
A.L.A (Winner) 30 Tunisia
Ali Loka Matkhafesh Yamma Egypt
Ahmed Saad Ft. 3enba & Double Zuksh AlMoulouk Egypt
DJ Snake Disco Maghreb Algeria
Draganov Chichi Morocco
El Grande Toto Salade Coco Morocco
Marwan Moussa Batal 3alam Egypt
Snor Kasseta Morocco
Soolking Suavemente Algeria
Wegz Albakht Egypt
Best Female Artiste in Northern Africa
Faouzia (Winner) RIP Love Morocco
Jaylann Oui Oui Morocco
Kenza Morsli Ft. DJ Adel Moustahil Algeria
Lyna Mahyem Mal De Toi Algeria
Manal Makhelaw Magalou Morocco
Marwa Loud & Moha K Ghir Ntiya Morocco
Ruby Namet Nenna Egypt
Rym Stylo Warqa Morocco
Best Male Artiste in Central Africa
C4 Pedro Posa Angola
Dadju Ambassadeur DRC
Fally Ipupa (Winner) Bloqué DRC
Innoss’B Mortel-06 DRC
Gaz Mawete 500 DRC
Matias Damasio Como Antes Angola
Ninho Jefe DRC
Roga Roga & Extra Musica Bokoko DRC
Tayc Dodo Cameroon
Tenor Ft. Innoss’B Mami Wata Cameroon
Best Male Artiste in Eastern Africa
Addis Legesse Enja Ethiopia
Bien (& Aaron Rimbui) Bald Men Anthem Kenya
Diamond Platnumz Ft. Zuchu Mtasubiri Tanzania
Eddy Kenzo Songa Uganda
Kassmasse (Winner) Sewasew Ethiopia
King Saha Zakayo Uganda
Marioo Ft. Jovial Mi Amor Tanzania
Mbosso Ft. Costa Titch & Phantom Steeze Moyo Tanzania
Nyashinski Ft. Femi One Properly Kenya
Rayvanny Ft. Vjollca Pele Pele Tanzania
Best Female Artiste in Eastern Africa
Betty G Addis Semay Ethiopia
Frida Amani Fala Mimi Tanzania
Hewan Gebrewold Shemuna Ethiopia
Muthaka (Winner) Sorry Kenya
Nandy Siwezi Tanzania
Nikita Kering Last Name Kenya
Rosa Ree Watatubu Tanzania
Spice Diana Ft. DJ Seven Tujuoge Uganda
Tanasha Donna Maradonna Kenya
Zuchu Ft. Bontle Smith & Tyler Kitu Tanzania


Song of the year
Black Sherif Kwaku The Traveller Ghana
Burna Boy Last Last Nigeria
Costa Titch feat. Banaba Des, Alfa Kat, Man T, Sdida, C’Buda M Big Flexa South Africa
Dadju Ambassaduer DRC
Didi B (Winner) Tala Cote d’Ivoire
DJ Snake Disco Maghreb Algeria
Fireboy DML feat. Ed Sheeran Peru (Remix) NIgeria
Kizz Daniel feat. Tekno Buga Nigeria
Marioo feat. Jovial Mi Amor Tanzania
Rema Calm Down Nigeria
Soolking Suavemente Algeria
Wegz Elbakht Egypt
Album of the year
Brymo 9: Esan Nigeria
Burna Boy (Winner) Love Damini Nigeria
Dadju Cullilan DRC
Diamond Platnumz First of All Tanzania
Didi B History Cote d’Ivoire
Kabza De Small KOA II South Africa
Nomfundo Moh Amagama South Africa
Oumou Sangare Timbuktu Mali
Soolking Sans Visa Algeria
Rema Raves & Roses Nigeria
Producer of the year
C4 Pedro Posa C4 Pedro Angola
CKay & BMH Emiliana by CKay Nigeria
Kimambobeats Mi Amor by Marioo feat. Jovial Tanzania
Nyadjiko & Dadju Ambassaduer by Dadju DRC
Rahal Elbakht by Wegz Egypt
Reward Beats Buga by Kizz Daniel feat. Tekno Nigeria
Sdida & Man T Big Flexa by Costa Titch South Africa
Serge Beynaud C’est Dose by Serge Beynaud Cote d’Ivoire
Shizzi (Winner) Peru (Remix) by Fireboy DML Nigeria
Stan-E Kibulu & William Grigahcine Disco Magrehb by DJ Snake Algeria
A Artist of the Year
Burna Boy (Winner) Last Last Nigeria
CKay Emiliana Nigeria
Dadju Ambassaduer DRC
Diamond Platnumz feat. Zuchu Mtasubiri Tanzania
Fireboy DML feat. Ed Sheeran Peru (Remix) Nigeria
Kabza De Small feat. DJ Maphorisa, Ami Faku Asibe Happy South Africa
Manal Makhelaw Magalou Morroco
Tiwa Savage feat. Brandy Somebody’s Son Nigeria
Wegz Elbakht Egypt
Zakes Batwini feat. Kasango Osama South Africa
Songwriter of the Year
Bridget Blue & Jibiril Blessing Woman by Bridget Blue Kenya
Daniel Baron How To Feel by Daniel Baron South Africa
Iba One (Winner) Hommage a mes parents Mali
Lloyiso Mandlovandile Gigana, Luke Goliath Seasons by Lloyiso South Africa
Martin Obudho, Muthaka Sorry Kenya
Matias Damasio Como Antes Angola
Mordecai ‘Dex’ Mwini Reason by Wanavokali Ft. H_art the Band Kenya
Olawale Olofo’ro Fura Sára by Brymo Nigeria
Rokia Kone, Garret Lee Kurunba Mali
Sidy Diop Ngalam Senegal


Breakout Breakout Artist of the Year
Asake (Winner) Peace Be Unto You (PBUY) Nigeria
Camidoh Sugarcane (Remix) feat. Darkoo, King Promise, Mayorkun Ghana
Costa Titch Ma Gang feat Champuru Makhenzo, Phantom Steeze, ManT, Sdida & C’BUDA M South Africa
Daliwonga Abo Mvelo feat. Mellow And Sleazy & M.J South Africa
El Grande Toto Salade Coco Morroco
Fior 2 Bior Godo Godo Cote d’Ivoire
Hewan Gebrewold Shemuna Ethiopia
Marwan Moussa (Winner) Batal 3alam Egypt
Nomfundo Moh Phakade Lami feat. ShaSha & Ami Faku South Africa
Pheelz Finesse feat. BNXN Nigeria
Most Promising Artist
Ans-T Crazy (Winner) 10 Na ifari feat. Ibro Gnamet Guinea
Dafencii King Alhalaba Sudan
Fave Baby Riddim Nigeria
Frida Amani Fala Mimi Tanzania
Jeeba Lamou Saff Senegal
Khanyisa Bheka Mina Ngedwa feat Tsiki XII, Marcus MC and Lady Du South Africa
Kikimoteleba Tigini feat. Franglish Cote d’Ivoire
Lloyiso Speak South Africa
Magixx Love Don’t Cost A Dime feat. Ayra Starr Nigeria
Zara Williams Posa feat. C4 Pedro DRC
African Fans Favourite
Bello Falcao Dibango Dibanga Cote d’Ivoire
Ch’cco, Mellow, Sleazy Nkao Tempela South Africa
Goya Menor & Nektunez Ameno Amapiano Ghana & Nigeria
Joeboy Sip (Alchohol) Nigeria
Lojay X Sarz feat. Chris Brown Monalisa (Remix) Nigeria
Mavins; Ayra Starr, Boy Spyce, Crayon, LADIPOE, Magixx Overloading (Overdoes) Nigeria
Oxlade (Winner) Ku Lo Sa Nigeria
The Therapist Nack Serria Leone
Young John Dada Nigeria
Young Stunna feat. Kabza De Small, DJ Maphorisa Adiwele South Africa
Best African DJ
DJ Lito (Winner) Tick Talk feat. Bebe Cool, Sheilah Gashumba, SlickStuartRoja Uganda
DJ P2N Likolo (Remix) feat. Tenor, DJ Amaroula DRC
DJ Sly King Ngama Bono Ghana
DJ Snake Disco Maghreb Algeria
DJ Tarico Ft. DJ Consequence Number One feat. Nelson Tivane, Preck Mozambique & Nigeria
DJ Yessonia Ngifuna Wena feat. Boohle Namibia
DJ Zinhle Siyabonga feat. Black Motion, Kazba de Small, Nokwazi South Africa
MAJOR LEAGUE DJz Bakwa Lah South Africa
Spinall Pallazo feat. Asake Nigeria
Uncle Waffles Tanzania feat. Tony Duardo Ft. Sino Msolo & Boibizza Swaziland
Zakes Batwini Osama feat. Kasango South Africa
Best African Video
Amine Boumediene Moustahil Algeria
Costa Titch Big Flexa by Costa Titch. South Africa
DAMMY TWITCH Woman by Simi. Nigeria
Director Pink Nwoke Oma by Chike Nigeria
Elias Belkader Disco Maghreb by DJ Snake Algeria
Maranta Tegegne Sewasew Ethopia
Mateo Da Silva Donnelemoi by TayC Cameroon
Napephasha Ghost Kamo Mphela South Africa
Soolking & Digital Nak Suavemente by Soolking Algeria
TG Omori (Winner) Buga by Kizz Daniel feat. Tekno Nigeria
Best African Rapper OR Lyricist
A-Reece Couldn’t Have Said It Better, Pt.3 South Africa
Dafencii feat. Khayyat King Alhalaba Sudan
Didi B Game De Djai Cote d’Ivoire
Dip Doundou Guiss Califat Senegal
Marwan Moussa (Winner) Batal 3alam Egypt
Ladipoe feat. Rema Afro Jigga Nigeria
LAMB (Loose Kaynon, A-Q, MI, Blaqbonez) The Last Cypher Nigeria
Nata 94 Sierra Leone
Nay Wa Mitego Rais Wa Kitaa Tanzania
Youssoupha Amapiano Cote d’Ivoire
Best Africa Collaboration
Ahmed Saad feat. 3enba & Double Zuksh Al Moulouk Egypt
Calema x Zé Felipe Onde Anda Sao Tome and Principe/Brazil
Costa Titch feat. C’buda M, Alfa Kat, Banaba Des, Sdida & Man T Big Flexa South Africa
Davido feat. focalistic (Winner) Champion Sound Nigeria / South Africa
Fireboy feat. Ed Sheeran Peru (Remix) Nigeria/Great Britain
Kikimoteleba feat. Franglish Tigini (Remix) Cote d’Ivoire/DRC
Kizz Daniel feat. Tekno Buga Nigeria
Marioo feat. Jovial Mi Amour Tanzania
Mbosso, Costa Titch, Phantom Steeze Moyo Tanzania/South Africa
Tiwa Savage feat. Brandy Somebody’s Son Nigeria/USA
Best African Band / Duo / Group
Calema & Zé Felipe Onde Anda Sao Tome & Principe
Disco Misr, Aziz Maraka Ahla Wahda Egypt
Jano Band Zebnanaw Ethiopia
Mafikizolo Ft. Simmy Mamazela South Africa
Ridimz Shabasiko Cameroon
The Cavemen ft. Made Kuti (Winner) Biri Nigeria
Toofan Ona Togo
Umoja Sounds Ft. Ariel Wayz Happy Kenya
Wanavokali What A Time Kenya
Best African Act In Diaspora (Female)
Aya Nakamura Ft. Damso Degaine Mali
Bey T Ft. Boohle Unanicheza Kenya
Darkoo Ft Black Sherif Always Nigeria
Faouzia (Winner) RIP, Love Morocco
Moha K, Marwa Loud Ghir Ntiya Morocco
Nata 94 Sierra Leone
Rimon Feed Me Eritrea
Ronisia Melodie Cape Verde
Soraia Ramos BKBN Cape Verde
Best African Act In Diaspora (Male)
Calema Ft. Zé Felipe Onde Anda Sao Tome & Principe
Dadju KIng DRC
Dafencii ft. Khayyat King Alhalaba Sudan
DJ Snake Disco Maghreb Algeria
Gil Semedo Ft. Calema, Soraia Ramos & Mito Kaskas Gostu Sabi Cape Verde
Jae5 Ft Dave, Bnxn Propeller Ghana
Soolking Suavemente Algeria
Tion Wayne Ft. Davido & Jae5 (Winner) Who’s True Nigeria
Ya Levis Pardonne Moi DRC
Best Female Artist in Africa Inspirational Music
Bridget Blue Woman Kenya
Chaama & Eljoee Burakia Morocco
Diana Hamilton Awurade Ye(Do it Lord) Ghana
DJ Zinhle Ft. Black Motion, Kabza De Small & Nokwazi Siyabonga South Africa
Irene Robert Ft. Rose Muhando (Winner) Hainidhuru Tanzania
Janet Otieno Siri Kenya
Makhadzi Ft. Jon Delinger Zwivhuya South Africa
Manal 3ari Morocco
TY Bello Ft. Sinmidele & Ore Macaulay Amen Amen Nigeria
Best Male Artist in Africa Inspirational Music
Davido Ft. Sunday Service Choir (Winner) Stand Strong Nigeria
Grace Lokwa Kumama DRC
Kassmasse Sesasew Ethiopia
KS Bloom Ft. Chidinma C’est Dieu (Remix) Cote d’Ivoire
Majoos Jayah DRC
Masterkraft Ft. Chike Hosanna Nigeria
Nathaniel Bassey See What the Lord Has Done Nigeria
Noel Nderitu Waweza Kenya
Samthing Soweto Amagents South Africa
Wave Rhyder Wa Nkutlwa Na Lesotho
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Electro
Asake Peace Be Unto You Nigeria
Costa Titch Ft. C’buda M, Alfa Kat, Banaba Des, Sdida & Man T Big Flexa South Africa
Davido Ft. Focalistic (Winner) Champion Sound Nigeria
DJ Snake Disco Maghreb Algeria
DJ Maphorisa & Tyler ICU Ft. Sir Till & Co Banyana South Africa
DJ Yessonia Ft. Boohle Ngifuna Wena Namibia
Felo Le Tee & Myztro Ft. Daliwonga 66 & Dipatje Tsa Felo South Africa
Mbosso Ft. Costa Titch & Phantom Steeze Moyo Tanzania
Tresor Ft. Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa Makosa DRC
Zakes Bantwini Ft. Kasango Osama South Africa
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Hip-Hop
Black Sherif Kwaku the Traveller Ghana
Blxckie Your All South Africa
Cdrik Kodjo Nyi Nudé Benin
Darkoo Ft. Black Sherif Always Nigeria
Didi B Tala Cote d’Ivoire
KikiMoteleba Ft. Franglish Tigini Cote d’Ivoire
Marwan Moussa (Winner) Batal 3alam Egypt
Nay Wa Mitego Rais Wa Kitaa Tanzania
Ninho Jefe DRC
Nyashinski Ft. Femi One Properly Kenya
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African RnB & Soul
Ahmed basyoni & Hussein Gamal ElHalawa Di Egypt
Bridget Blue Goodbye Kenya
C4 Pedro Esta Tudo Bem Angola
Frida Amani Ft. Mayunga Tanzania Tanzania
Lil Jay Sauce Graine Cote d’Ivorie
Nomfundo Moh Ft. ShaSha & Ami Faku Phakade Lami South Africa
Omah Lay (Winner) I’m A Mess Nigeria
Tayc D O D O Cameroon
Tiwa Savage, Amaarae Tales By Moonlight Nigeria
Ya Levis Pardonne Moi DRC
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Reggae, Ragga, Dancehall
DJ Lito Ft. Bebe Cool x Sheilah Gashumba x SlickStuartRoja Tick Talk Uganda
Fave Baby Riddim Nigeria
Femi One Ft. King Kaka & Mbithi Hepi Kenya
KiDi Ft. Tyga Touch It(Remix) Ghana
Navy Kenzo Manzese Tanzania
Nutty O Handipere Zimbabwe
Rosa Ree Watatubu Tanzania
Ruger Dior Nigeria
Teddy Afro (Winner) Naet Ethiopia
Winky D Happy Again Zimbabwe
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Contemporary
Adekunle Gold Ft. Fatoumata Diawara (Winner) Born Again Nigeria
Alikiba UTU Tanzania
Brymo Fura Sara Nigeria
Fadilee Itulya Ft. Fidq & Taz Goemi Problem Tanzania
Fally Ipupa Bloqué DRC
Fior 2 Bior Godo Godo Cote d’Ivoire
Roga Roga & Extra Musica Bokoko DRC
Sidiki Diabate Diarabi nene bena Mali
Wally B. Seck ft Viviane Reugine Tass Senegal
Wegz Al bakht Egypt
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Jazz
Addis Legesse Enja Ethiopia
Elida Almeida, Jimmy P Mau Menino Cape Verde
Franck Biyong Negropolitaine Cameroon
Gutu Abera (Winner) Deemi Ethiopia
Jano Band Zebnanaw Ethiopia
Jimmy Dludlu Ft. Rhodalia Silvestre, Dx Nuvunga & Mano Tsotsi Male Ya Pepa Mozambique
Kelvin Momo Feat. TBO and JaySax Funa South Africa
Somi Love Tastes Like Strawberries Rwanda
Thapelo Lekoane Heritage South Africa
The Cavemen Ft. Made kuti Biri Nigeria
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Pop
Adekunle Gold Ft. Davido (Winner) High Nigeria
Ckay Emiliana Nigeria
Kizz Daniel & Tekno Buga Nigeria
Kouz1 Magic Morocco
Matias Damasio Como Antes Angola
Pheelz, BNXN Finesse Nigeria
Ronisia Melodie Cape Verde
Roseline Layo Donnez Nous Un Peru Cote d’Ivoire
Soraia Ramos BKBN Cape Verde
Tenor Ft. Innoss’B Mami Wata Cameroon
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Rock
Amir Eid Ana Negm Egypt
Clayrocksu (Winner) Amin Nigeria
Daniel Baron How to Feel South Africa
Franck Biyong Pepe Soup Cameroon
Reen and Refentse Morake Skobbejak South Africa
Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Traditional
Azaya Ft. Djelykaba Bintou (Winner) BB La Guinea
Betty G Addis Semay Ethiopia
Flavour Level Nigeria
Josey Ft. Bonigo Zambeleman Cote d’Ivoire
Lencho gemechu Saglii Ethiopia
Manamba Kante Bhouloun Djouri Guinea
Oumou Sangare Wassulu Don Mali
Rokia Kone & Jacknife Lee N’yanyan Mali
Strongbangwaboy Royalty Ft. Longue Longue, Tzy Panchak Cameroon
Stewart Sukuma Ezamany Kim’bedima Mozambique
Best Artist, Duo or Group in African Dance or Choreography
Ans-T Crazy (Winner) Pause Guinea
Costa Titch Ft. C’buda M, Alfa Kat, Banaba Des, Sdida & Man T Big Flexa South Africa
Eltee Skhillz ODG Nigeria
Kamo Mphela Ghost South Africa
Portable X Poco Lee Ft. Olamide ZaZoo Zehh Nigeria
Roga Roga & Extra Musica Bokoko DRC
Serge Beynaud C’est Dose Cote d’Ivoire
Simi Woman Nigeria
Spice Diana Tujooge Ft. Dj Seven Uganda
Toofan Ona Togo
Best Soundtrack Movie / Series / Documentary
Ahmed Saad Ft. 3enba & Double Zuksh AlMoulouk (Moon Knight) Egypt
Amarae & Marvel A Body, A Coffin (Black Panther Wakanda Forever Prologue EP) Ghana
Amir Eid Ana Negm (RIVO) Egypt
Dadju Ima(From the movie “IMA”) DRC
Eltee Skhillz ODG (The Blood Convenant Movie) Nigeria
Mohamed Osama & Karim Mahmoud (Ahmed Tarik Yahia) EL GHAZALA RAYE2A (ZEKO) Egypt
Stephane Legar Speed Llife (From Sonic 2 Le Film)

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Tems & Marvel (Winner) No Woman No Cry (Black Panther Wakanda Forever Prologue EP) Nigeria
Wegz B3oda Ya Belady(From the film “Captains Of Zaatari”) Egypt
Best Global Act
Anitta (Winner) Mon Soleil (By Dadju) Brazil
Brandy Somebody’s Son (By Tiwa Savage) USA
Chris Brown Call Me Everyday Ft. Wizkid/Monalisa Remix By Lojay X Sarz/Nobody Has to Know Ft. Davido/Diana By Fireboy DML/Time & Affection By Rema USA
Drake Fountains Ft. Tems, Tresor Canada
Ed Sheeran Peru Remix (By Fireboy DML)/For My Hand (Burna Boy) Great Britain
Justin Bieber Essence Remix (By Wizkid)/Attention By Omah Lay Canada
Maluma Mama Tetema Ft. Rayvanny Colombia
Popcaan Toni-Ann Singh (By Burna Boy) Jamaican
Tyga Touch it Remix (By KiDi) USA
Vitaa Prends Ma Main (By Maitre Gims & Vitaa) France


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Ghanaian UK-based artist Danny Lampo, dubbed “The Berkshire King of Afrobeat,” has sparked excitement among fans with hints of a collaboration with rising star King Paluta. Exploring their backgrounds, musical styles, and the impact of their collaboration on the Ghanaian music scene.
Originally hailing from Ghana, Danny Lampo has carved a niche for himself in the UK music scene with his infectious Afrobeat sound. His journey from Ghana to the UK reflects a passion for music and a determination to succeed on an international stage. Lampo’s vibrant personality and dynamic stage presence have garnered him a loyal fan base and critical acclaim within the Afrobeat community.
King Paluta, a fast-rising artist from Kumasi, has been making waves in the Ghanaian music industry with his unique blend of rap and Afrobeat. His rise to prominence has been fueled by catchy hooks, witty lyricism, and an authentic storytelling style that resonates with audiences across Ghana. Paluta’s ability to seamlessly fuse traditional Ghanaian sounds with contemporary influences has earned him recognition as one of the country’s most promising talents.
The prospect of Danny Lampo and King Paluta joining forces on a musical project has generated buzz within the music community. Lampo’s infectious melodies and Paluta’s lyrical prowess promise an electrifying collaboration that could transcend cultural boundaries and captivate audiences worldwide. Both artists bring their individual strengths to the table, creating the perfect synergy for a chart-topping hit.
As fans eagerly await the release of their collaboration, expectations are high for what Danny Lampo and King Paluta have in store. The anticipation surrounding their project speaks to the immense talent and creativity they possess, raising the bar for future collaborations in the Ghanaian music scene. With their combined star power and musical ingenuity, Lampo and Paluta are poised to make a lasting impact on the industry.
The collaboration between Danny Lampo and King Paluta represents a meeting of musical minds, blending the best of Ghanaian and UK influences to create something truly special. As they prepare to unleash their joint project onto the world, one thing is certain: the fusion of talent between these two artists is set to elevate the Ghanaian music scene to new heights. Fans can expect nothing less than a musical masterpiece that transcends borders and leaves a lasting impression on listeners everywhere.
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Ghana Comedy Awards 2024 Happening On April 20th

The much anticipated Ghana Comedy Awards scheme, organized by Creative Republic has officially announced the date for the main event, which takes place on 20th April, 2024 for its maiden edition after it was separated from is merger with Poetry, formerly called the Comedy & Poetry Awards (CoPoAwards).


The Scheme is currently the most talked about project as, one of the most credible schemes, throwing the spotlight on celebrating the unique creativity of Comedians who work tirelessly, entertaining us with their unique humoric talents in Ghana.


The nominees for this year is indeed a solid statement of the growth of the Industry as it recognizes hard working and deserving Comedians and Industry players in Ghana and beyond.


Voting officially ends on 10th April as it’s very keen to ones ability to win the prestigious award, amidst other factors which includes Board and Academy reviews and proceedings.


The Venue for the event is the SNAP CINEMA, A.M.A Head office in Accra-Kinbu as it promises to be dazzling with Glitz, Glamour and Humor from names like, OB Amponsah, Lekzy Decomic, Ebenezer Dwomoh, MJ the Comedian and many other wonderful featured performers on the night.


The time for the event is 6pm for Red Carpet and Cocktails, 8pm for Awards celebration. Don’t miss out on the Biggest night of Ghanaian Comedy.

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Ghanaian Stars Shine Bright At Raha Fest In Kenya: DJ Lord OTB, King Promise, And Dancegod Lloyd Steal The Show

Ghanaian talents DJ Lord OTB, King Promise, and Dancegod Lloyd proudly and passionately represented Kenya at the recent Raha Fest, which took place on March 30th and 31st, 2024. The group performed exciting performances that wowed fans, displaying the finest of Ghanaian music and dancing on the global stage.


Raha Fest, Kenya’s widely anticipated music event, featured an outstanding array of talent from throughout Africa. On the second day of the event, Ghana grabbed center stage with King Promise, DJ Lord OTB, and Dancegod Lloyd. The trio gave an outstanding performance that captured the hearts and minds of everyone in attendance.


King Promise, the official headliner for the second day of Raha Fest, made a lasting impression with his deep vocals and chart-topping singles. From “Commando” to “Terminator,” King Promise wowed the crowd with his great talent, receiving loud applause and yells from the audience.


Before King Promise took the stage, DJ Lord OTB set the tone for the evening with a high-energy DJ set that had the audience moving and dancing. DJ Lord OTB maintained the pace with his outstanding track selection and perfect transitions, paving the way for King Promise’s tremendous performance.


To add to the excitement, Dancegod Lloyd collaborated with local Kenyan dancers to create a visually gorgeous and dynamic performance that perfectly complements King Promise’s song. Dancegod Lloyd’s hypnotic choreography added a new level of energy and excitement to the stage, enthralling the crowd with his remarkable moves.


Below are some highlights from the event.



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Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng To Release “Kasa Ma Me” On April 28

The long-awaited song of Ghanaian contemporary gospel singer and songwriter, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng, is set to be released on April 28, 2024.

She talked about her new project in a post on her social media platforms.


“Let no one cause you to think that you are a failure. Victory is God’s nature. Once you are His, “Kasa Ma Me” shall be your song.

We are not alone. Christ is with us, goes ahead of us and defends us. Surely, “Kasa Ma Me” shall be our song. Jesus did not promise us a challenge free Christian journey. He rather assures that we shall not consumed by the fire and the waters shall not devour us.
“Kasa Ma Me” is our song”.

Now that the release date has been announced, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng wishes “Kasa Ma Me” will bring hope, encouragement and joy into the hearts of all who will hear this tune.


The official release date for this song is set to be released on April 28, 2024.

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Tee Kae Releases New Masterpiece “My Last”

Ghanaian/French singer and songwriter Tee Kae has just dropped her latest single titled “My Last.” This poignant song is Tee Kae’s fourth release since the beginning of her career in 2023.



My last tells a story of a toxic relationship that takes away the energy, mind, and soul of the victim. Love can sometimes numb the pain of being manipulated and you keep asking yourself if you’re the blame or not and how leaving will affect both the individual and yourself.

Madeleine Badu, also known as Tee Kae, discovered her passion for music at a young age through singing in and leading her church music group. Influenced by iconic artists such as Alicia Keys and H.E.R, Tee Kae embarked on a journey to create her unique sound, combining Afro-R&B/Soul, Indie vocals, and a hint of Trap with Alté rhythms.



I’m very positive this new release “My Last” will resonate well with your Audience… Kindly consider the attached Press Release, Press Kit, and Photos for publication on your esteemed platform.


Streaming Link here

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Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng Readies To Release New Single”Kasa Ma Me’

Ghanaian talented recording and performing artiste, preacher and gospel singer, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng, is gearing up to captivate music enthusiasts with her latest mind-blowing gospel tune titled ‘Kasa Ma Me’. Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng has set the stage for a much-anticipated release in no time, with production credits going to the talented sound engineer, Afroveeza Record Production.


The release of ‘Kasa Ma Me’ on the is eagerly awaited by music lovers and industry insiders alike. It is a moment that promises to be a milestone in Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng’s career, and fans are already counting down the days until they can experience this exciting new track.

As Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng continues to push the boundaries of gospel music, ‘Kasa Ma Me’ is sure to make waves, resonating with audiences across the globe. This fusion of cultures and genres represents a new chapter in Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng’s artistic journey, and it’s bound to be a chapter worth remembering.

Stay tuned for the release of ‘Kasa Ma Me’ in no time and get ready to immerse yourself in a musical adventure like no other, courtesy of the multifaceted talent, Bishop Cynthia Adu Boateng.

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I Am Epsx Drops World-class Hit Song “Mine”

I Am Epsx, a Ghanaian popular talented singer and songwriter has finally released another mind-blowing masterpiece for his fans across the globe dubbed “Mine”.


After releasing back to back good songs, I Am Epsx has finally out with another mind-blowing masterpiece song for his fans.

”Mine” is his first song for 2024 and it’s already making maves. You can get this masterpiece on all digital platforms.


This mind-blowing masterpiece was produced by Pp blaq.


Let’s stream MINE you can have it on all music platforms.




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