QUEEN BONY — Ebony Grabs Four Awards, Crowned Artist Of The Year At The 2018 VGMA (Full Winners List)

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Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, aka Ebony, is the queen of Ghanaian music.
The late singer was the biggest winner on the night of the 2018 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards held Saturday night at the Accra International Conference Centre.
Ebony scooped up four awards including the most coveted award on the night, Artist of the Year.

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Full winners list below…
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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