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Full List Of Winners Of 2012 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards…

Chris-Vincent A. Febiri
Posted on 15 Apr 2012 at 10:14am
2012 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards

2012 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards

The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards 2012 kicked off last night for some of us with disappointing red carpet interviews…Some of the performances were also below standard and as usual, some of us do not agree with some of the award winners.

As we wait for a detail review of the 2012 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, check below for the winners…

Artiste(s) of the Year
Sarkodie

Hiplife/Hiphop Artiste (s) of the Year
Kwaw Kese

Highlife Artiste (s) of the Year
Kwabena Kwabena

Gospel Artiste (s) of the Year
Gifty Osei

Best New Artiste (s) of the Year
Stay Jay

Best Collaboration of the Year
Okyeame Kwame/Bertha – Faithful

African Artiste (s) of the Year (Non Ghanaian)
Ice Prince

Hiplife Song of the Year
D-Cryme – Kill Me Shy

Highlife Song of the Year
Kwabena Maphia – I Go Pay

Most Popular Song of the Year
Sarkodie – U go Kill Me

Afro-Pop Song of the Year
Zigi – You Say Wetin

Hiphop Song of the Year
Kwaw Kese – Poppin

Gospel Song of the Year
Selina Boateng – Me Nku Me Ho

Reggae Song of the Year
Blakk Rasta – Miss Right

Group of the Year
4×4

Album of the Year
4×4 – Waist and Power

Best Male Vocal Artiste
Kesse – Oh Yes

Best Female Vocal Artiste
Efya – I’m In Love With You

Best Music Video of the Year
Becca – African Woman (Davis Media Group)

Best Rapper of the Year
Sarkodie – U go Kill Me

Song Writer of the Year
Okyeame Kwame – Faithful

Record of the Year
Kwame Adinkra – Akua Dansoa

Gospel Album of the Year
Gifty Osei – Fefeefe


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  • Linda

    Show was a mess worst awards I have ever seen, but congratulations too Bra Kese (you shock me paa with 2 awards),Sarkodie and efya really stole the show hmmm Congratulations Mr Sarkodie hard work pays off “one time for your mind”

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    Cecilia Reply:

    @Linda, true talk the show was a mess the red carpet was so comical as the presenters do not know what they were doing. Confidence was killing the English badly and she was too nervous.

    Ghana could have done better. but i am happy Sarkodie won 

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    Linda Reply:

    @Cecilia,thats so true 

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    Nick Reply:

    @Linda, Show was worst ever, bad programme arrangement, worst MCing, Sarkodie and Efya’s performance was crap

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    Linda Reply:

    @Nick,Well in your eyes it was crap to me they nailed it 

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  • uu

    DID YOU VOOOTE??

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  • C.

    First of all, Stay
    Jay deserved the award for best new artist. You say wetin, you wetin? Hahaha Zigi deserved his award as well. Sarkodie has achieved a lot. Congratulations!!

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  • eben

    if you people think it wasn’t up to expectation, let’s hope and believe that it becomez more than good next year but hey big upz and congratz to my man blakk rasta.mooore faya!!!

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  • volda

    D-Black shud have won Hiphop over Kwaw

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  • http://ghancelebrities.com naa

    am vry happy Sarkodie was the winner, and he really stole the show

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  • http://facebook Dr killbeatz

    this is wow 

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  • Patrick Fynn

    I sat up all all night long just to be disappointed by all the performers, including Sarkodie, who I looked up to. As for the four foriegn acts it was better if they have not been invited. Chris and D.J Black surprised me with a boring performance. I also have problems with some award winners. Better VGMA next year.

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  • Sadam

    Realy cant that dj black jst be backstage?and also whts wrong ghanaian audiec?they jst sit ther lyk they were forcd 2 de ther in the 1st place,they dnt even lugh @ jokes,whn som1 is performin they jst act lyk….masa get off de stage,organization,beter thn last yaer bt still suckd tho.i aint sayin we can do grammies bt am sure we can do 1950s grammies

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  • http://facebook obidor amma agyeiwaag

    am hapi 4 sarkodie.one time 4 ur man.**respect**

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  • http://facebook obidor amma agyeiwaah

    sarkodie deserved it.**respect**

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  • http://Freshblaze2@yahoo.com Fransbel

    Hmmmmm wat can i say, de shw was nt 2 my expectation n i felt sad cos dj,mc n de outsiders made everytin so so low n rough. Eeeiii eeeiii eeeii sarkodie hmmmmmm

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  • Teya maxwell

    It cud have bin beta dan dis but bigups 2 de winners espec. 2 de man himself sarko(1 finger in de air).I tink dere was a mix up wit Abodam wining afro hipop artist instead of D-black.

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  • Vee

    Kudos 2 mr.rap dacta 4 dis achievement..big ups man

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  • osefa

    no comment

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