Shatta Wale once gushed over himself saying he’s the most decorated Dancehall Artist in Africa after he took to social media to show a list of all the awards he has won.
Well since he’s still active in the industry and producing the bangers, the awards are still coming. The SM boss has been adjudged the Artiste of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards UK (GMAUK) 2019.
The 4th edition of the Ghana Music Awards UK 2019 saw Shatta beating stiff competition from Sarkodie, Medikal, Stonebwoy, KiDi, Kuami Eugene and King Promise to win the award.- Advertisement –
The annual event was held Saturday night at the Discovery Centre, Jenkins Lane, Barking in London.
The GMAUK is to appreciate those working in the music industry who have released works that have generated the wildest public excitement within the specified period with an amazing stage craft for world class entertainment.
As an award scheme, the GMAUK recognizes the hard work of our veteran musicians who have contributed immensely to the development of the arts over the past years, and for reasons are not active in the filled of work to compete and are referred to as the veterans.
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The just ended @ghmusicawardsuk 2019 honored a powerful and show-stopping lineup of artists, entertainers, & cultural icons across more than 30 categories at the 4th Annual Ghana Music Awards UK. The fun filled night also saw the very best in entertainment and culture with performances and appearances by some of the biggest names across television, film and music. If you missed out, here are your 2019 Ghana Music Awards UK Winners: •African Artiste of The Year – Burna Boy •Artiste of The Year – Shatta Wale •Best Collaboration of The Year – CCTV – King Promise Ft. Mugeez & Sarkodie •Best Female Vocalist of The Year – Eshun •Best Ghanaian International Touring Act – Wiyaala •Best Group of The Year – R2bees •Best Male Vocalist of The Year – Akwaboah •Best Music Video of The Year – Sarkodie – I Can’t Let Go •Ghanaian Traditional/Cultural Act – Amamre Cultural Troupe •Gospel Artiste of The Year – Koda •Gospel Song of The Year – Bobolebobo – Evangelist Ik Aning •Highlife Artiste of The Year – Kuami Eugene •Highlife Song of The Year – Wish Me Well – Kuami Eugene •Hiplife Artiste of The Year – Medikal •Hiplife Song of The Year – Omo Ada – Medikal •Popular Song of The Year – My Level – Shatta Wale •Producer of The Year – Possi Gee •Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of The Year – Shatta Wale •The Reggae/Dancehall Song of The Year – Dagomba Girl – Maccasio Ft. Mugeez •UK Based Afrobeat Song of The Year – Location – Charles Kalah •UK Based Afrobeats Artiste of The Year – Atumpan (Drumz) •UK Based Artiste of the Year – Diana Hamilton •UK Based Best Collaboration of the Year – Ahuntanhunu – Alice Mckenzie Ft. Noble Nketsiah •UK Based Best Gospel Song of the Year- Mo Ne Yo – Diana Hamilton •UK Based Best DJ of the Year – DJ Fiifii •UK Based Ghanaian International Artiste – Fuse ODG •UK Based Gospel Artiste of the Year – Diana Hamilton •UK Based Uncovered Artiste of the Year – Samuel Séy •Uncovered Artiste of the Year – Krymi •Lifetime Achievement – Vandyke Appiah Kubi •Lifetime Achievement – Yaw Sarpong •Honorary Award – Dr. Osei Kwame Despite •Special Recognition Award – Samini #gmauk #gmauk19 #gmauk19winners #ghanamusicawardsuk2019 #ghanamusicawardsuk2019winners