VGMA 2018 Full List Of Winners (LIVE) — Ebony Wins Afro-pop Song Of The Year Plus MORE


The 2018 VGMA has kicked off after the red carpet ended, with the awards section of the show currently ongoing.

This year has been a tremendous improvement on years past as the red carpet was held and completed on time and the event itself started by 9pm.

With John Dumelo and Berla Mundi as hosts, the awards are now being presented to the deserving winners on the night.

Check back here for live updates on the winners as and when they come in.

Traditional Artist of the Year – Amamrefo Dance and Music ensemble

Instrumentalist of the Year — Dominic

Lifetime achievement — Naa Amanua Dodoo

Gospel Song of the Year — Bo Noo Ni by Joe Mettle

Hip Hop Song of the Year — Grind Day (rmx) — Kwesi Arthur

Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year — My Own by Samini

Hiplife Song of the Year — Total Cheat by Fancy Gadam

Afro-pop Song of the Year — Sponsor by Ebony

Highlife Song of the Year — Odo by Kidi

Gospel Artist of the Year — Joe Mettle

Highlife Artist of the Year — Kuami Eugene

Hiplife/Hiphop Artist of the Year — Sarkodie

Songwriter of the Year — Bullet (Maaame Hw3)

Reggae/Dancehall Artist of the Year — Stonebwoy

Best Collaboration of the Year — Taking Over by Shatta Wale ft Militants

Best Rapper of the Year — Sarkodie

Best Group of the Year — Wutah

Best Music Video of the Year — Obi Agyi Obi Girl by Captain Planet ft Kofi Kinaata. Directed by Gyo Gyimah.

Male Vocalist of the Year — Joe Mettle

Female Vocalist of the Year — Adina

African Artiste of the Year — Davido

Record of the Year  — State of the Art by Teephlow

Best New Artist of the Year — Kuami Eugene

Most Popular Song of the Year — Total Cheat by Fancy Gadam

Album of the Year — Bonyfied by Ebony

Artiste of the Year — Ebony REIGNS

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