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3Music Awards 2019 Full List Of Winners

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The Winners of the Second Edition of the 3Music Awards were announced yesterday, March 30 with Shatta Wale carrying home the Ultimate category, Music Man of the year and being the artiste with the most wins.

The Award scheme which was organized at the Fantasy Dome was hosted by JoyFM’s Lexis Bill and StarrFM’s Cookietee. The event witnessed performances from the likes of Shatta Wale, Kofi Mole, Cina Soul, Tulenkey, Qwamina MP, Eddhe Khae and several others.

  • Viral Song of the Year- Gringo by Shatta Wale
  • Gospel Song of the Year- Agbadza Gospel Medley by Bethel Revival Choir
  • Collaboration of the Year- Grind Day (remix) by Kwesi Arthur feat. Sarkodie & Medikal
  • Gospel Artiste of the Year- Bethel Revival Choir
  • Highlife Song of the Year- Wish Me Well by Kuami Eugene
  • Next Rated Act Of The Year- Kofi Mole
  • DJ of the Year- DJ Vyrusky
  • Breakthrough Act Of The Year-Wendy Shay
  • Hiplife Song of the Year- Selfish by King Promise
  • Reggae/Dancehall Song Of The Year- Gringo by Shatta Wale
  • Producer of the Year- MOG Beatz
  • Digital Act Of The Year- Shatta Wale
  • Afrobeats Song Of The Year- Bawasaba by Stonebwoy
  • Highlife Act of the Year- Kuami Eugene
  • Best Ghanaian International Act- Rocky Dawuni (USA)
  • Fan Army of the Year- Shatta Movement
  • Reggae Dancehall Act of the Year- Shatta Wale
  • Best Female Act of the Year- Adina
  • Video of the Year- Shatta Wale
  • Album of the Year- Epistles of Mama by Stonebwoy
  • African Act of the Year- Victor AD (Nigeria)
  • Hip-Hop Song of the Year- Stables by Joey B Ft. La Meme Gang
  • Song of the Year- My Level – Shatta Wale
  • Best Male Act of the year- Shatta Wale

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CMA Is A Bogus Agenda Meant To Sideline Some Artistes In Central Region – Quarme Zaggy fumes

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It is normal for people to complain especially in Ghana if awards scheme meant to recognize their efforts doesn’t go their way.

Sometimes, musicians are mocked at if they don’t win any awards despite being given numerous nominations and this makes some artistes reveal their displeasure.

Nana Kwame Ampah known in musical circles as Quarme Zaggy who happens to be one of the pioneers to make a nationwide hit from Cape Coast has warned organizers of the annual Central Music Awards not to consider his works for nomination.

He made this revelations during a celebrity interview on Radio Central with Amansan Krakye, the finest radio presenter in Cape Coast.

“This year I won’t show up for the seminar because of the embarrassment and disrespect being meted out to me and other artistes from Central Region by the organizers in previous editions”.

Amansan Krakye asked Quarme Zaggy if he doesn’t want to be part of the initiative to reward hardworking musicians from the region, he said

“Please with all due respect, Central Music Awards is a bias scheme which over the years has tried to project some artistes and sideline those who are not friends or not in the good books of the organizers”.

“Henceforth I have decided not to exert my energy on something which is a clear agenda by some people to seemingly reward their peers and cronies to the neglect of other hardworking musicians, I don’t want to be involved”.

“It is with this pull him down mindset that has made many awards scheme move ahead of us though we are the first to do regional awards because if you don’t want someone to go, you will equally not get to your destination”.

However, Blessedly PapaSky who is a well known video director and a pundit on the show disagreed by saying no award scheme is without blemish.

Quarme Zaggy recently got nomination for highlife song of the year in the Ghana Music Awards UK.

Written By: Amansan Krakye of GBC Radio Central in Cape Coast

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26-year-old “Charles Ofori Antipem” Wins MTN Heroes Of Change Season V

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The finals of the season V of MTN heroes of change came to a glorious end at the Accra International Conference Center on Friday where 26 year old Charles Ofori Antipem, who is changing how pupils learn science walk home with the coveted prize of GH¢100, 000.

The other nine nominees also won in various categories such as Education, Health and Economic empowerment. They are Diana Adjei, David Hagan, Louisa Enyonam Ansah, Rev Fr. Akologo Dominic Alale Azumah, Justin Yelevielbayire, Mawusi Awity, Daniel Owusu Asiamah, Frank Abeku Adams and Benjamin Akinkang. Three out of them also received cash prize of GH¢ 30,000 while the other six finalists received Gh₵10,000 each on the night that was full of excitement,expression of gratitude and suspense.

Charles after going through a lot saw the need to change the story of those behind him and with tenacity and hard work, he is changing the science story in classrooms one ‘Science Set’ or mobile laboratory at a time.

From his base in Kumasi, the Ashanti regional capital, Charles and his young team have so far impacted 22,000 pupils who have experienced what they are taught and with 9,000 sets sold so far.

The project has also seen 550 teachers trained, 370 schools reached, 11 people employed, and 10 businesses directly benefitting from this project because everything about the set is manufactured right here in Ghana.

Since the inception of MTN Heroes of Change in July 2013, a total of 40 people have been identified and recognized on the MTN Heroes of Change platform for committing their personal resources to improve their communities and brightening lives.

The MTN Heroes of Change programme is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program of the MTN Ghana Foundation, designed to tell the stories of Ghana’s humanitarian heroes and heroines and to celebrate them for giving back to their communities in extraordinary and impactful ways.

Beyond this, the MTN Ghana Foundation continues to invest millions of Ghana cedis every year in direct social interventions in the areas of health, education and economic empowerment.

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Kumawood Actor/Comedian, singer, “Sean Paul” set to release New song titled “CONDOERM” Featuring “Yaa Adomaa”

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Kumawood Actor/Comedian, singer, Sean Paul set to release New song titled “CONDOERM” Featuring GM Records ( Gaaga Movement Records ) signed singer Yaa Adomaa.

Kumawood Star Sean Paul says a lot in this banger dubbed “Conderm” it’s a wonderful song which you can’t afford to loose. According to Sean Paul, He is releasing this song for his fans. With production credit goes to Beatz Fada.

Yaah Adomaa and Sean Paul are under Gaaga Movement Records. Enjoy this massive collabration. Below is another coverart

Gaaga Movement Records, Full off creativity.

Subscribe to this blog as we bring you CONDERM By two dope GM signees

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