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The 22nd Edition Of The Ghana Music Awards Night: See What Happened

Posted by Osei Agyemang

The 2021 Ghana Music Awards fell off on the 25th of June through to Saturday June 26, with all the Ghanaian stars present to observe the beauty of the event.

Regina Van Helvert and Elikem Kumodzi, who were Red Carpet hosts of the awards, welcomed all celebs onto the floor covering in stupendous style.

In the main auditorium, Joe Mettle and Diana Antwi Hamilton opened the night with a delightful collaboration on the famous “Adom” tune by Diana Hamilton.

It was a superb opening, as the selected tunes by the duo were sensational, pushing people to be on their feet.

Host of the 2021 VGMA Berla Mundi took over from Diana and Joe Mettle, as she perfectly introduced the show in an excellent outfit.

Giovanni Caleb and Sika Osei were additionally introduced as Commentator Lounge presenters who helped Berla Mundi in running the entire event.

The show was lit, as it was from the beginning, got warmed up with extraordinary performances, alongside the award presentations.

At the end of it all, Gospel Superstar Diana Antwi Hamilton Won the coveted award – Artist Of The Year.

Diana Antwi Hamilton

Full List Of Winners

Best Gospel Song:

Diana Antwi Hamilton

Best Highlife Song:

Kidi-Enjoyment

Reggae Dancehall Song:

Adina-Why

Best Hip-Hop Song:

Best Group:

Keche

Best Female Vocalist:

Abiana

Best Afrobeat/Afro pop Song:

KiDi-Say Cheese

Best Highlife Artist:

Kuami Eugene

Best Hiplife/Hip-Hop Artist:

Medikal

Best Gospel Artist:

Diana Hamilton

Best Reggae Dancehall Artist:

Epixode

Best Rap Performance:

Eno Barony

Collaboration Of The Year:

Sarkodie ft. Kuami Eugene-Happy Day

Best Afrobeat/Afropop Artist:

KiDi-Say Cheese

EP of The Year:

KiDi-Blue

Best International Collaboration:

Kwesi Arthur ft. Joe Boy-Baajo

Sound Engineer Of The Year:

Richie Mensah

Music For Good:

Yaa Yaa

Lifetime Achievement Award:

Bob Pinodo

Producer of the Year:

Richie Mensah

Best Video of the Year:

‘Baddest Boss’ – MzVee

Instrumentalist of the Year:

Nana Yaw Sarfo Prince

Songwriter of the Year:

Kofi Kinaata – ‘Behind The Scenes’

Record of the Year:

‘Daddy’s Little Girl’ – Adina

Male Vocalist of the Year:

MOG Music – ‘Oguamma’

Unsung Act:

Nanky

African Artist of the Year:

Master KG

Afrobeats/Afropop Song of the Year:

‘Say Cheese’ – KiDi

Gospel Artist of the Year:

Diana Hamilton

Vodafone Most Popular Song of the Year:

‘Adom’ – Diana Hamilton

Album of the Year:

Araba – Adina

Best New Artiste of the Year:

Mr Drew

ARTISTE OF THE YEAR:

Diana Hamilton

Performances:

Meanwhile, Efya and Mr Drew also captured everyone’s attention with their awesome and engaging stage show in the middle of the event.

Rapper Eno Barony, also mounted the stage with a one of a kind appearance in a snowish-like clothing alongside her young dancing ladies in all white clothing and uniform spectacles. Several other artists also performed.

Soon after Eno Barony, then came KiDi who shook the stage with some of his tunes, ‘moving’ the auditorium. Kwesi Arthur and Joe Boy additionally added their beautiful performance with a pleasant communitarian tune.

Mr Drew in one of his best performances

Just after receiving his award, Kuami Eugene returned in front of the audience to do what he love most- – by setting up a phenomenal execution with Keche. The night’s youngest artist, Yaw Tog bounced in front of the audience in his all-white coat and set up a fine performance too.

This Is For Castro ‘De Destroyer’:

Sarkodie, Kofi Kinaata and Kurl Songz paid a nice tribute to Castro, who was one of the famous Ghanaian acts before he disappeared.

Castro has been missing for precisely seven years now after he went to have some good times at the sea shore with friends. The singer has since not been seen up until this date. According to law, he will be announced dead before the end of June 2021.

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