3Music Awards: Shatta Wale bags 8 awards

Ghana’s dancehall artiste Shatta Wale walked away with eight awards at the second edition of the 3Music Awards organised on Saturday, 30 March 2019 at the Fantasy Dome in Accra...


Ghana’s dancehall artiste Shatta Wale walked away with eight awards at the second edition of the 3Music Awards organised on Saturday, 30 March 2019 at the Fantasy Dome in Accra.

The Ggringo hitmaker picked the Viral Song Of The Year, Reggae Dancehall Song of the Year, Digital Artiste Of The Year, Fan Army Of The Year and Reggae – Dancehall Artiste Of The Year.

The rest are Music Video Of The Year, Song Of The Year and Music Man Of The Year awards.

Shatta Wale’s fierce rival Stonebwoy, who was not at the event, picked three awards. The Ashaiman-based dancehall artiste won Afrobeat Song of the Year for ‘Bawasaaba’, Album of the Year for ‘Epistles of Mama’, and Most Streamed Artiste on Boomplay awards.

Young artiste Kuami Eugene was adjudged Highlife Act of the Year while his hit song ‘Wish Me Well’ won Highlife Song of the Year.

Veteran highlife musician Obuoba J.A. Adofo, legendary gospel musician Prof. Kofi Abraham and music producer Mark Okraku Mantey also received Honorary Awards.

The music-filled night saw performances from Shatta Wale, Cina Soul, Kofi Mole, Bethel Revival Choir, Medikal, Akwaboah Jnr, Adina, Wendy Shay, Victor AD, La Meme Gang, Joey B, Rocky Dawuni and Samini.

Below is the full list of award winners:

Viral Song of the Year: Gringo by Shatta Wale

Gospel Song of the Year: Agbadza Medley by Bethel Revival Choir

Collaboration of the Year: ‘Grind Day (Remix)’ by Kwesi Arthur feat Sarkodie & Medikal


Gospel Act of the Year: Bethel Rival Choir

Highlife Song of the Year: ‘Wish Me Well’ by Kuami Eugene

Next Rated Act of the Year: Kofi Mole

DJ of the Year: DJ Vyrusky

Breakthrough Act of the Year: Wendy Shay

Hiplife Song of the Year: ‘CCTV’ by King Promise feat Mugeez & Sarkodie

Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year: ‘Gringo’ by Shatta Wale

Producer of the Year: MOG Beatz

Honorary Award: Obuoba J.A. Adofo, Mark Okraku Mantey, Prof. Kofi Abraham

Digital Act of the Year: Shatta Wale

Afrobeat Song of the Year: ‘Bawasaaba’ by Stonebwoy

Highlife Act of the Year: Kuami Eugene

Best Ghanaian International Act: Rocky Dawuni

Fan Army of the Year: Shatta Movement

Reggae/Dancehall Act of the Year: Shatta Wale

Music Woman of the Year (Female Act of the Year): Adina

Video of the Year: ‘Gringo’ by Shatta Wale

Hip-hop/Hiplife Act of the Year: Medikal

Boomplay Album of the Year: Epistles of Mama

African Act of the Year: Victor AD

Hip-hop Song of the Year: ‘Stables’ by Joey B

Song of the Year: ‘My Level’ by Shatta Wale

Most Streamed Artiste on Boomplay: Stonebwoy

Music Man of the Year (Male Act of the Year): Shatta Wale

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM



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