Glo said I wasn’t worth $120,000 but I hope they’ll have a change of mind now – Shatta Wale

Ghanaian dancehall artiste Charles Nii Armah Mensah Junior known in the music fraternity as Shatta Wale has sent a communique to Glo Mobile Ghana to reconsider their decision not to pay him $120,000 to perform at their Glo Mega Music concert.

The Zylofon signed artiste who believes his solid brand has earned him a high prestige so should also reflect in his rates for performance indirectly was sending a message to Glo Mobile Ghana regarding his successful ‘Reign’ album launch last Saturday at the Fantasy Dome.

Shatta Wale jokingly added that if the Telecommunication company does not review its decision of paying him the amount he was refused by them, he will discourage all his Shatta Movement followers to discontinue using their Glo sim.

“Glo said I wasn’t worth the money I asked them to pay me #$120,000.. But I hope they get a change of mind to sign me otherwise nothing like Glo SIM card in any shatta movement phone” Wale tweeted.

The Glo Mobile Ghana, it would be recalled, had penultimate week, assembled an array of Music and comedy stars from Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda to entertain its subscribers in Accra and environs at the Accra edition of its flagship comedy show, the Go Laffta Fest.

Releasing the list of artistes in a statement issued from its Ghana Head Office located on Spintex Road, Accra on Thursday, the company said that there will be two other subsequent concerts billed to hold between September and October where Nigeria’s biggest music export to the world and Ojuelegba songsmith, Wizkid and Tanzanian music icon, Diamond Platnumz, would join the current artistes to serenade audience at the shows.

Samini, Stonebwoy disappointed in Shatta Wale

Dancehall artistes, Samini and Stonebwoy have communicated their concerns after they were refused a performance at Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign’ Album launch on Saturday, October 13, 2018.

The over-crowded event which was held at the Fantasy Dome at the Trade Fair Center in Accra had patrons anticipating to be entertained by surprise artistes who were not billed to perform.

But Samini and Stonebwoy who were at the event venue to support their brother [Shatta Wale] to launch his album were both refused performance.

The two Dancehall artistes were shocked because they have once individually given Shatta Wale same platforms to support their events.

Samini and Stonebwoy tweeted to express their displeasure about how organizers of the ‘Reign’ album event disregarded them which will appear that there are unsolved differences between Shatta Wale and them.

“Congrats on your album launch.just like you once wanted to surprise me on saminifest stage and I let you, I’d wanted to do the same but I waited in the car together with for over an hour only to be told you refused the gesture. #supportourown huh.” Samini Tweeted

Surprise Support is Way Better Than. A Fake Twit. But For INSECURITY Problems !! You Refused To Take advantage of The Opportunity.Would You Have Asked The Crowed if you Weren’t AWARE. Why Lie? Feel Free. Come On We Knew You Will Refuse Us Anyway. Come See!, Stonebwoy tweeted

Responding to Samini and Stonebwoy’s claims, Wale said he doesn’t know anything about Samini and Stonebwoy wanting to surprise him at the reign concert.

“Oh ! ,how , this is news to me .. sorry if this was da case … am very very sorry .. it wld hv bn nice !!! thnx for da support #TheReigAlbum,” he said.

Many have also expressed their opinions regarding Shatta Wale denying Samini and Stonebwoy’s support at the launch, describing it as unfortunate because during Samini’s Saminifest and Stonebwoy’s ‘Ashaiman to the World’ concert, the SM Boss also surprised them on stage.

It is yet to be ascertained whether Shatta Wale did really turn down the gesture from his two colleagues or it was sanctioned by a third party.

The ‘Reign’ Album launch will go down in history as one of the best patronized event with an overwhelming attendance and sale of the album.

PHOTOS: Shatta Wale’s ‘Reign’ Album launch at Fantasy Dome

Ghanaian dancehall Shatta Wale entertained over 15,000 patrons at the launch of his ‘Reign’ album on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Fantasy Dome, Trade Fair.

Though the Zylofon signed artiste was at the center of series of controversies ahead of the launch of his ‘Reign’ album on Saturday, he proved otherwise as he served audience with series of live band performances.

During the launch of his album, Shatta Wale responded to claim by Sarkodie that he wears ‘alumi chain.’

He challenged any fan of the latter to have a closer look at his chain, to determine its authenticity.

Wale’s assertion is that he could not have achieved anything including filling the event venue if he wore fake gold chains.

Minutes into his joint performance with the mother of his son, Shatta Michy at the launch of his ‘Reign’ album at the Fantasy Dome, Wale proclaimed his love for the former and asked her ‘one question.’

WATCH: Shatta Wale proposes to Michy at REIGN album launch

Ghanaian artiste, Shatta Wale is engaged.

Minutes into his joint performance with the mother of his son, Shatta Michy at the launch of his ‘Reign’ album at the Fantasy Dome, Wale proclaimed his love for the former and asked her ‘one question.’

Will she be his wife? The question elicited loud cheers from the audience at the venue. A shocked Michy held on without a reply for a few seconds, hugged her man and then shared a passionate kiss.

The long-time couple have had tough patches in their relationship – breaking up, followed by accusations and then getting back.

In a July 2018 interview, Wale stated that his relationship with Michy “is for life.” 

“Me and Shatta Michy? It is for life. Come on! She is my next artiste I’m going to produce… She is back home.” stated Wale to Giovani Caleb and Berla Mundi, hosts of Starr Drive on Starr 103.5 FM.

The ‘Low Tempo‘ act commended Michy for making an impact in his life.

“…cos I’ve experienced that. Let me just say like, for instance when people see Shatta Wale, they see me like this rugged, rowdy boy… who doesn’t know what he is doing. I’d say with the help of my partner around me, I’ve been able to put certain things on the table for myself. I feel women are more important in our lives.”

Watch video of the proposal below.

A reply to Sarkodie will shift focus of your ‘Reign’ album – Guru tells Shatta Wale

Rapper Guru has sent a word of caution to dancehall artiste Shatta Wale over Sarkodie’s new ‘diss’ track to the SM boss.

The advise comes after celebrities have commended the award winning rapper for the punchlines in his freestyle video.

The boss of NKZ Music told the Shatta Wale not to react to Sarkodie’s new song which is directed at him [Shatta Wale] because it’ll disrupt the promotion of his ‘Reign’ album.

He tweeted, “Don’t reply else u will shift the focus of your album n trust u will lose Big time!”

Shatta Wale is set to unveil his new album ‘The Reign’ at the Fantasy Dome on Saturday 13th October, 2018.

The album contains two of Shatta Wale’s already released bangers “Gringo and Amount” which are already trending on social media. The yet to be launched album is Shatta Wale’s third album after ‘Bandada from Ghana’ and ‘After the Storm’.

ABOUT SARKODIE’S MY ADVICE TRACK

After weeks of name-calling and insults, Sarkodie has released a full length song reply to Shatta Wale titled ‘MY ADVICE’. The former insinuates that Wale’s reason for attacking colleague artistes is because his “hype is vanishing.”

He also responded to the claims that he is poor – asking God to bless him with poverty if his current life is what being poor looks like.

Sarkodie also takes a dig at Wale’s constant bragging about his properties saying he doesn’t have enough money to buy a brand new Range Rover vehicle.

“Paul a wanba nt3m ni fame no fofo no/ Gyai alumi ni sh3 na sh3 cue blings,” raps Sarkodie.

“New money, new car, new house so you can’t think far but time is running out, we for raise bar. Cos after some time nobody get time for your bullshit/Eye wegyimi kakra, stay focused. How many times na makakyerε wo wɔ phone so sɛ nea woyɛ no nyina no dey need.”

The Sarknatives have called on Wale to work on a new strategy aimed at promoting his upcoming album instead of attacking other Ghanaian artistes.

Wale, in recent interview stated that Sarkodie’s fans are killing his career.

His claim followed the backlash from the latter’s fan base because of his comments on Hitz FM.

Wale stated on the show that the ‘Glory’ rapper doesn’t brag about properties because he doesn’t have any.

 

WATCH: Sarkodie jabs Shatta Wale in new video ‘MY ADVICE’

After weeks of name-calling and insults, Sarkodie has released a full length song reply to Shatta Wale titled ‘MY ADVICE’. The former insinuates that Wale’s reason for attacking colleague artistes is because his “hype is vanishing.”

He also responded to the claims that he is poor – asking God to bless him with poverty if his current life is what being poor looks like.

Sarkodie also takes a dig at Wale’s constant bragging about his properties saying he doesn’t have enough money to buy a brand new Range Rover vehicle.

“Paul a wanba nt3m ni fame no fofo no/ Gyai alumi ni sh3 na sh3 cue blings,” raps Sarkodie.

“New money, new car, new house so you can’t think far but time is running out, we for raise bar. Cos after some time nobody get time for your bullshit/Eye wegyimi kakra, stay focused. How many times na makakyerε wo wɔ phone so sɛ nea woyɛ no nyina no dey need.”

The Sarknatives have called on Wale to work on a new strategy aimed at promoting his upcoming album instead of attacking other Ghanaian artistes.

Wale, in recent interview stated that Sarkodie’s fans are killing his career.

His claim followed the backlash from the latter’s fan base because of his comments on Hitz FM.

Wale stated on the show that the ‘Glory’ rapper doesn’t brag about properties because he doesn’t have any.

I’ll gift 3 cars to media personalities who’ll promote my ‘Reign’ album – Shatta Wale

Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah who is popularly known in showbiz as Shatta Wale has made another promise to gift three new cars to any three media personality who support and promote his brand.

The Zylofon signed artiste who on many occasions has presented expensive luxury cars to his fans and those he is working with told Andy Dosty of Hitz Fm that he will put smiles on the faces of some media persons in July 2019 for their unwavering support for his brand and music.

Shatta Wale dismissed claims that he attacks media personalities who never support his agenda, explaining that he is pleased with the positive impact most media personalities have had on his brand though others have agenda of running his brand down.

He indicated that all his attacks and utterances are just part of the game so media practitioners should comprehend.

“If the media will support my Reign Album from 2018 to October 2019, I together with Kasapreko and other corporate brands will surprise some media personalities who have helped promote and shaped my career to this level.

“I’m not against the media if I’m criticized but where I deserve praise, why can’t the media do same. I know how the media is helping to push my brand but if they get the mindset of promoting my brand, I promise that by July, 2019 I’ll surprise three media personalities with three cars. If they only understand my agenda to make this industry a better sector, I’ll surprise those who push the agenda.

“I always say Samini and Sarkodie are the biggest brand Ghana has promoted to the world but what many perceive to see from them, aren’t what they are doing. The humble, Holy character wouldn’t change the music narrative.” Shatta said.

Explaining why he made a statement against the media yet wants the support of them, Shatta admitted that the media have on several occasions made his brand relevant so would not dispute that fact but his brand grew stronger from ‘Bandana’ days through social media.

“I’ve story from Bandana days and all those who knew me can attest to that fact. If I make certain statement that my social media is more powerful and bigger than the traditional media in Ghana, people shouldn’t take this to heart. I just want to tell everybody that the brand Bandana grew stronger through social media.

“Do you think the media is tired of Shatta Wale? It is a big thing because no man can determine when a man’s fame will go down except God. I’m not doing music forever, I choose to stop doing music because I’ve had enough through music and can quit today to push the new brands coming up like Kwesi Arthur, Kuami Eugene, Kidi, or my Militants, others.

“We have an industry where people know artistes are suffering but they are pretending as if all is well. Do you know what Ghanaian Media have done for Ghanaian artistes that we have never appreciated. When we weren’t big, the media branded us in a good way to help promote our music so how come now that we’re making it, we can’t appreciate the media personalities who played the important role.”

The dancehall artiste is set to unveil his new album ‘The Reign’ at the Fantasy Dome on Saturday 13th October, 2018.

The album contains two of Shatta Wale’s already released bangers “Gringo and Amount” which are already trending on social media. The yet to be launched album is Shatta Wale’s third album after ‘Bandada from Ghana’ and ‘After the Storm’.

Shatta is ignorant for saying Stonebwoy, Samini & Sarkodie should quit music – Dada Hafco

Ghanaian Highlife Singer, Dada Hafco has taken swipe at Shatta Wale for telling his colleague musicians, Stonebwoy, Samini and Sarkodie to quit doing music.

The Radio Pundit who is not in support of Wale’s opinion said he lacks knowledge for making such comments.

This comes after the Zylofon signee attacked Samini, Sarkodie Stonebwoy, calling them hypocrites.

He said they should quit doing music because they do not understand the fundamentals of being a musician and also they fail to influence the lives of their followers and people in the country at large.

According to Shatta Wale, his colleagues have chosen to ignore pertinent issues happening in the industry.

He indicated that his friend Sarkodie has never thought of helping any artiste in the music industry.

Who has Sarkodie produced since he came? I bought cars for my Militants and I buy cars for my fans and that is what I expect them to do.” He told Vibes in 5

Responding to Shatta Wale, Dada Hafco indicated that there is no limitations to creativity so people who tell veteran musicians or musicians who to them are no more relevant to retire doing music should think through again.

Speaking on Zylofon Fm, the ‘Yebewuti’ hit singer said music is attached to the brain that is why aged foreign musicians are still making money from their music.

“It’s an ignorant statement to tell an artiste to retire. Some musicians started music in 1970s and still doing music so why tell someone who started music in 2000s to quit music. Music is a career attached to the brain and you can only stop doing music when your brain stops functioning. One thing about music is that the more you grow, the more nicer you become. Our mindset and the way our system is being run will always make way for people to make such needless statements about musicians.” Dada Hafo said.

Highlife musician Wutah Afriyie, a member of the musical group Wutah, at the 2018 Ghana Music Awards UK, rubbished claim by other musicians telling their colleagues to retire.

He advised his colleagues who joined the music industry around the same time with him some years ago to work harder since there is no retirement age in music.

“If you are here and you are a musician, to the younger folks I will say do what you think you can do, do your best, and to my colleagues I started with there is no retirement age in music. We are not footballers, at any stage you can make hit songs“, Wutah Afriyie noted.

He advised that the younger folks should give off their best and the veterans should also not give up.

It’s only poor people who brag with their wealth – Kwaw Kese to Shatta Wale

Many presumed that the dispute between Shatta Wale and Kwaw Kese might end soon but it has taken a different twist.

Days after Shatta Wale was reported to have donated ten (10) bicycles to some kids in his area and also showed his range of cars, house to his fans, he asked if Kwaw Kese has some.

But the MadTime Entertainment boss in a Facebook Live video monitored by Kasapafmonline.com reacted and described the Zylofon signed artiste as a poor person and a braggart.

In the video, Kwaw Kese claimed it is only poverty-stricken people who will exhibit their properties because they never thought of making it in life.

According to Kwaw, well-to-do musicians like Jay Z and P. Daddy will never showcase their properties because they perceive it as  unbeffitting.

The award winning artiste described Shatta Wale’s wealth as paltry thing to him as he revealed an interior section of his mansion.

“It’s only a poor man who shows what he is got to the world because he never thought of making it big in life. He [Shatta] will show to the world that he bought bicycles and when he gets five dollars he will come and flaunt it. People who put out their wealth or properties on social media are poor people,” Kwaw Kese said.

Kwaw Kese also stated in the video that Shatta Wale is deceiving himself and his followers if he still thinks he is doing dancehall.

“What you’re doing isn’t dancehall, it is called ‘Asopkor’ so stop deceiving the people out there. Those doing the real dancehall are touring.” Kwaw added

He also dared Shatta Wale fans to face him if they are ready to fight because he has never lost a fight.

Several industry players have stated that Shatta Wale’s recent outburst, denigrating other notable artiste is just to create controversies to help promote his ‘Reign Album’ on October 13.

 

Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Patience Nyarko, Others bag Ghana-Naija Showbiz Awards Nominations

Organisers of Ghana-Naija Showbiz Awards have unveiled nominations for the 2018 edition.

In its second edition, #GhanaNaijaShowbizAwards will hold in Lagos, Nigeria on Sunday, October 14, 2018. Organisers say this year’s edition of the award has been specifically upgraded to honour practitioners in the entertainment industry who have done exceptionally well in the past year and have emerged with painstakingly picked nominations in tight categories that cuts across music, movie, comedy, TV/Radio, social media and social fashion.

This year’s edition has also been tagged ‘thethrowbackedition’ as selected veterans who did so much in modern entertainment collaborations between Ghana and Nigeria (in the late 90s & 2000s) will be honoured.

#GhanaNaijaShowbizAwards is the pioneer concept that has created to push the very best of Ghana entertainment to Nigeria by pitching the very best of the 2 countries together every year for honour and celebration.

The Maiden Edition of GhanaNaijaShowbizAwards was held at the Lekki Coliseum in Lagos, Nigeria on May 14, 2017.

GhanaNaijaShowbizAwards 2018 Categories & Nominations.

  1. Artiste of the Year: Wizkid (Nigeria), Davido (Nigeria), Sarkodie (Ghana), Stonebwoy (Ghana), Patoranking (Nigeria), Adekunle Gold (Nigeria), Shatta Wale (Ghana), Tiwa Savage (Nigeria), Mr Eazi (Nigeria), Bisa Kdei (Ghana), Timaya (Nigeria)

 

  1. Best Male Act: Kizz Daniel (Nigeria), Burna Boy (Nigeria), Adekunle Gold (Nigeria), Bisa Kdei (Ghana), Olamide (Nigeria), Tekno (Nigeria), Mayorkun (Nigeria), Yaa Pono (Ghana), Mugees (Ghana)LAX (Nigeria), Fancy Gadam (Ghana), FALZ (Nigeria).

 

  1. Best Female Act: Tiwa Savage (Nigeria), Simi (Nigeria), Efya (Ghana), Seyi Shay (Nigeria), Nininiola (Nigeria), Yemi Alade (Nigeria), Becca (Ghana), MsVee (Ghana), Wiyala (Ghana), AK (Ghana).

 

  1. (a) Discovery of the Year -(Nigeria): Idowest, Terri, Spotless, OG, Flimzy, Soft, Teni, Oladips, Lyta, Mz Kiss.

(b)Discovery of the year (Ghana): Kwesi Arthur, Patapaa, Kelvyn Boy, Kuami Guitar, Freda, S3fa, Wendy Shay, B4Bona, Dope Nation.

 

  1. Best New Artiste: Kidi (Ghana)Kuami Eugene (Ghana)Kelvin Boy (Ghana), Perruzi (Nigeria), Dremo (Nigeria), Kwesi Arthur (Ghana), Yaw Berck (Ghana), Wendy Shay (Ghana), Junior Boy (Nigeria), Ceaza Milli (Nigeria).

 

  1. Next Superstar On The Roll: Dice Alies (Nigeria), Kuami Eugene (Ghana), King Promise (Ghana), Joey B (Ghana), Slimcase (Nigeria), Kidi (Ghana), Yaw Pono (Ghana), LAX (Nigeria), Dremo (Nigeria), BRed (Nigeria), Mr Real (Nigeria), Skales (Nigeria).

 

  1. Music Producer of the Year: Speroachbeatz (Nigeria)DJ Breezy (Ghana), Legendary Beats (Nigeria), Mastakraft (Nigeria), Kaywa (Ghana), Killbeatz (Ghana), Danny Beats (Ghana), Fresh VDM (Nigeria), DJ Kublon (Nigeria), Yung John (Nigeria).

 

  1. Street-Hop Artiste of the year: Reminisce (Nigeria)Slimcase (Nigeria), CDQ (Nigeria), Idowest (Nigeria), Small Doctor (Nigeria), Omar Sterling (Ghana), B4Bona (Ghana), Yaa Pono (Ghana), Mr Real (Nigeria), Guru (Ghana).

 

  1. Gospel Artiste of the year: Joe Mettle (Ghana), Eben (Nigeria), Joyce Blessings (Ghana), Tim Godfrey (Nigeria), Celestine Donkor (Ghana), Gifty Osei (Ghana), Enkay (Nigeria), Patience Nyarko (Ghana), Tope Alabi (Nigeria).

 

  1. Record Label of the year: DMW (Nigeria), BAM Music (Ghana), Starboy (Nigeria), MMMG (Nigeria), Lynx Ent. (Ghana), Mavin (Nigeria), YBNL (Nigeria), Zylofon Music (Ghana).

 

  1. Actress of the year: Omotola Jalade-Ekehinde (Nigeria), Chioma Chukwuka (Nigeria), Nana Ama McBrown (Ghana), Ufuoma McDermot (Nigeria), Roselyn Ngisah (Ghana), Mary Lazarus (Nigeria), Tana Adelana (Nigeria), Lydia Forson (Ghana), Shafy Bello (Nigeria).

 

  1. Actor of the year: Ken Erics (Nigeria), Chris Attoh (Ghana), Fredrick Leonard (Nigeria), Odunlade Adekola (Nigeria), Kobi Rana (Ghana), Blossom Chukwujekwu (Nigeria), Kenneth Okolie (Nigeria), Enyinna Nwigwe (Nigeria), Prince Dave Osei (Ghana), Kwadwo Nkasah (Ghana).

 

  1. Best Actor (Nigeria): Ken Erics, Fredrick Leonard, Odunlade Adekola, Femi Adebayo, Ali Nuhu, Yul Edochie, Ibrahim Chatta, Blossom Chukwujekwu, Enyinna Nwigwe.

 

  1. Best Actor (Ghana): Bismark Nii, Henry Adofo, Peter Ritchie, Ian Wordi, Prince Dave Osei, Umar Krupp, Lilwin, Akrobeto

 

  1. Best Actress (Nigeria): Omoni Oboli, Toyin Abraham, Bimbo Oshin, Ayo Adesanya, Tana Adelana, Ufuoma Medermont, Mercy Johnson, Ini Dima-Okojie

 

  1. Best Actress (Ghana): Roselyn Ngisah, Benedicta Gaffa, Maame Serwaa, Rose Mensah (Kyeiwaa), Lydia Forson, Nana Ama McBrown, Nikki Samonas.

 

  1. Movie of the year: Swings, Sometimes in Yesterday, Seven and Half Dates, Potato Potahto, Osun Segese, Mom At War, The Wedding Party2, Alter Ego, Icheke Oku, Etiko Onigedu

 

  1. Movie Producer of the year: Shirley Frimpong Manso (Ghana), Lopez Daniel (Nigeria), Ekeka Okpara (Nigeria), Kofi Asamoah (Ghana), Eunice Asiedu (Ghana), Moses Inwang (Nigeria), Omoni Oboli (Nigeria), Esther Oyibio (Nigeria), Toyin Abraham (Nigeria).

 

  1. Most stylish Celebrity (Female): Rita Dominic (Nigeria), Menaye Donkor (Ghana), Tana Adelana (Nigeria), Mercy Aigbe (Nigeria), Beverly Naya (Nigeria), Nana Akua Addo (Ghana), Selly Galley (Ghana), Salma Mumin (Ghana), Toke Makinwa (Nigeria), Sandra Ankobiah (Ghana).

 

  1. Most stylish Celebrity(Male): Hushpuppi (Nigeria)Ebuka (Nigeria), John Dumelo (Ghana), Noble Igwe (Nigeria), Alex Ekubo (Nigeria), E Money (Nigeria), KKD (Ghana), Nathaniel Attoh (Ghana).

 

  1. Next Rated Movie Star: Regina Van Helvert (Ghana), Amaka Obi (Nigeria), Kisa Gbekle (Ghana), Olaitan Olugbile (Nigeria), Fella Makafui (Ghana), Rahama Sadau (Nigeria), Belinda Effa (Nigeria), Zainab Balogun (Nigeria), Benedicta Gafah (Ghana)

 

22: Best Actress (TV Series): Rekiya Yusuf (Nigeria), Omoni Oboli (Nigeria), Shafy Bello (Nigeria), Funke Akindele (Nigeria), Regina Van Helvert (Ghana), Osas Ighodalo (Nigeria), Linda Ejiofor (Nigeria), Omotunde Adebowale-David (Lolo1) (Nigeria).

 

  1. TV series of the year: Flatmates, Jenifa’s Diary, The Johnsons, Husbands of Lagos, Shuga, Professor Johnbull, YOLO, BattlegroundHeels & Snickers.

 

  1. Best New Actress: Rosemond Brown (Ghana), Amaka Chukwujekwu (Nigeria), Sharon Ooja (Nigeria), Indima Okojie (Nigeria), Tokunbo Idowu (Nigeria), Enado Odigie (Nigeria), Blessing Nkechi (Nigeria), Kenny George (Nigeria), Funmi Awelewa (Nigeria).
  2. OAP of The Year (Ghana): Berla Mundi, Kofi Okyere Darko (KOD), Jay Foley, Caroline Simpson, Antoine Mensah, Lexis Bill, Serwa Amihere, Nana Aba Anamoah
  3. OAP of the year (Nigeria): DO2dTUN, Olisa, Toolz, Awazi, VJ Adams, Kayla, Tosyn Bucknor, Toke Makinwa.

 

  1. Comedian of the Year: Kenny Black (Nigeria), Bovi (Nigeria), Buchi (Nigeria), Jacinta (Ghana), DKB (Ghana), Seyi Law (Nigeria), Ushbebe (Nigeria), Helen Paul (Nigeria)

 

  1. Online Comedian of the year: nedu_wazobiafm, crazeclown, mamatobiofficial, mc_tagwaye, mc_lively, woliagba_ayoajewole, mizz_esi, lasisielenu, brodashaggi, maraji.

 

  1. Celebrity Stylist of the year: Kelvin Vincent (Ghana)David Wej (Nigeria), OnPoint Clothin (Nigeria), Swanky Jerry (Nigeria), Dharren Shim Ziorkley (Ghana), Abrantie The Gentleman (Ghana), Fashion Pilot (Ghana)

 

  1. Fashion Label/Designer of the Year: Sima Brew (Ghana), Brommmon (Ghana), VasnKere (Nigeria), Zhalima Grazioni (Ghana), Kweku Bediako (Ghana), Yartel (Ghana), Quophi Akotouah (Ghana), Bunmi (Nigeria), Tiffany Amber (Nigeria), Jewel by Lisa (Nigeria), Ade Bakare (Nigeria).

 

  1. Social Media Influencer of the year: tundeednut, instablog9ja, tokemakinwa, lauraikeji, nkonkosah, ameyawdebrah, afiashwarzenegger, charles okocha, thepamilerin,

 

  1. Best Brand Supporting Showbiz; Adonko Bitters, Glo, Africa World Airlines, Menzgold, bet9ja, Betway Ghana, Goil, Vodafone Ghana, Pepsi.

 

  1. Best Artiste Manager: Sunday Are (Wizkid) (Nigeria), Asa Asika (Davido) (Nigeria), Engel Town (Sarkodie), Alexander Okeke (Olamide) (Nigeria), Taye Aliu (Yemmey Alade) Nigeria), Ubi Franklin (Tekno) (Nigeria), Blackcedi (Stonebwoy) (Ghana).

 

  1. Celebrity Photographer of the year: Obi Somto (Nigeria), TwinsDon’tBeg (Ghana), s3s3_nfoni (Ghana), Photonimi (Nigeria), Chocolateshotit (Ghana), Gilbert Asante (Ghana), Kelechi Amadi Obi (Nigeria), TY Bello (Nigeria), Bayo Omoboriowo (Nigeria).

 

  1. DJ of the year: DJ Vyrusky (Ghana), DJ Spinal (Nigeria), DJ Exclusive (Nigeria), DJ Kaywise (Nigeria), DJ Mensah (Ghana), DJ Consequence (Nigeria), DJ Obi (Nigeria), DJ Cuppy (Nigeria)

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