#VGMA14: At the music Industry Awards


For the second year running, Okyeame Kwame has prised away the very competitive Songwriter of the Year award from a strong list of nominees. Last year, it was Okyeame Kwame’s Faithful that did the trick. This year it has been his song Sika that has done it for him.

The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Industry Awards night which came off last Friday at the Oval Room of the Alisa Hotel serves as a prelude to the main event scheduled for next Saturday May 18 at the Accra International Conference Centre.

At the exclusive buffet dinner event, 10 awards were given away. Efya who won the Record Of The Year with The Best In Me,  Akoo Nana picked the World Bank Music for Development award, Kaywa won  Sound Engineer of the Year, pride of the North Sherifa Gunu was adjudged as     Traditional Artiste of the Year while Gyedu Blay Ambulley went home with the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Asabea Cropper and brother Kenteman

Asabea Cropper and brother Kenteman

The full list of winners:

Lifetime Achievement Awards: Gyedu Blay Ambolley

MUSIGA Merit Award: Asabea Cropper

Traditional Artiste of the Year:  Sherifa

Instrumentalist of the Year: Dan  Grahl

Sound Engineer of the Year: Kaywa

Music for Development: Akoo Nana

Gospel Album of the Year: Mercy Project By Cwesi Oteng

Record of the Year: Best In Me by Efya.

Producer of the year: Kill Beatz

The 14th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards is sponsored by Vodafone and supported by Golden Tulip, Star Beer and  GhOne Entertainment TV.It is produced by  Charterhouse.

Source: Graphic Showbiz


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