The 21st edition of the much cherished Vodafone Ghana Music Awards hits our screens over the last two days to appreciate musicians who have wholeheartedly worked hard over the past year and contributed immensely to the country’s music industry.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the event which usually comes off in May was postponed to August 28th and 29th. It was spread over a span of two days to make it effective. This year’s VMGA was largely attended by the artistes and celebs.
Some of the biggest winners of the two nights were Kofi Kinaata who bagged three awards, J. Derobie, Medikal, Celestine Donkor and Sarkodie who won two awards each.
Diana Hamilton won the Gospel Artiste Of The Year award, Fameye bagged the New Artiste Of The Year while Ras Kuuku won the Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year for the first time.
Other interesting wins of the nights were Kwesi Arthur, Medikal and DopeNation who won the Best Rapper Of The Year, Hiplife Song Of The Year and Afrobeats Song Of The Year respectively.
Kuami Eugene was crowned the King of this year’s music awards after he beats the likes of Sarkodie, Medikal and Kofi Kinaata to win the most adorned award of the event.
The performances were massive from our modern day musicians but the atmosphere entered another realms after the Nakorex mounted the stage; Nakorex is a music trio including Amandzeba, Akosuaa Agyapong and Rex Omar.
Below Is The List Of Winners:
- Instrumentalist Of The Year –––Winner: Emmanuel Bludo
- Male Vocalist Of The Year ––– Winner: MOG Music
- Female Vocalist Of The Year ––– Winner: Celestine Donkor
- Songwriter Of The Year ––– Winner: Kofi Kinaata
- Record Of The Year ––– Winner: Okyeame Kwame
- Best Music Video Of The Year ––– Winner: Cina Soul
- Best Music Group Of The Year ––– Winner: DopeNation
- Producer Of The Year ––– Winner: M.O.G Beatz
- African Act Of The Year ––– Winner: Burna Boy
- Best International Collaboration Of The Year ––– Winner: Sarkodie ft. Rudeboy (Lucky)
- Gospel Song Of The Year ––– Winner: Celestine Donkor (Abg3 Bolor)
- Highlife Song Of The Year ––– Kofi Kinaata (Things Fall Apart)
- Reggae/Dancehall Song Of The Year –––J. Derobie (Poverty)
- HipHop Song Of The Year ––– Kofi Mole (Don’t Be Late)
- Hiplife Song Of The Year ––– Medikal (Omo Ada)
- Afrobeats Song Of The Year ––– DopeNation (Zanku)
- Gospel Artiste Of The Year ––– Diana Hamilton
- Highlife Artiste Of The Year ––– Kuami Eugene
- Hip-hop/Hiplife Artiste Of The Year ––– Medikal
- Reggae/Dancehall Artiste Of The Year ––– Ras Kuuku
- Best Rapper Of The Year ––– Kwesi Arthur
- Best Collaboration Of The Year ––– Sarkodie ft Prince Bright (Ofeetso)
- Best New Artiste Of The Year ––– Fameye
- Album Of The Year ––– KiDi (Sugar)
- Lifetime Achievement of the Year –––George Darko
- Traditional Group of the Year ––– Tessa Group
- Vodafone Green Ambassador Award ––– Gasmilla
- Vodafone Most Popular Song Of The Year ––– Kofi Kinaata (Things Fall Apart)
- COVID-19 Heroes Award ––– Ghana Health Service
- Artiste Of The Year ––– Kuami Eugene