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VGMA21: Kuami Eugene Wins Artiste Of The Year



Popular highlife musician under Lynx Entertainment, Kuami Eugene has been adjudged the Artiste of the Year at the 2020 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards held on Saturday, August 29.

The artist of the year slot which had other deserving artistes such as Sarkodie, Kofi Kinaata, Dina Hamilton, Medikal among others saw the “Obiaato” hitmaker crowned the Artist of the year.

Aside winning the topmost award, the Fadama-based musician was also crowned the Highlife Artiste of the Year, the third in a row for him, having won it previously in 2018 and 2019.

Below are the winners on the second night of the 2020 awards:

Gospel Song of the Year – Agbebolo by Celestine Donkor

Highlife Song of the Year – Things Fall Apart by Kofi Kinaata

Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year – Poverty by J. Derobie

Hip-hop Song of the Year – Don’t Be Late by Kofi Mole

Hiplife Song of the Year – Omo Ada by Medikal

Afrobeats Song of the Year – Zanku by DopeNation

Gospel Artiste of the Year – Diana Hamilton

Highlife Artiste of the Year – Kuami Eugene

Hiplife/Hip-hop Artiste of the Year – AMG Medikal

Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the Year – Ras Kuuku

Best Rapper of the Year – Kwesi Arthur

Best Collaboration of the Year – Sarkodie with Oofestso ft Prince Bright

Best New Artiste of the Year – Fameye

Album of the Year – Sugar by KiDi

Vodafone Green Ambassador 2020 – Gasmilla

Most Popular Song of the Year – Things Fall Apart by Kofi Kinaata

VGMA Covid-19 Heroes Award – Ghana Health Service

Artiste of the Year – Kuami Eugene


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