- Ebony Reigns is the first female to be crowned Artiste of Year in Ghana music
- The 19th edition of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards came off in Accra on Saturday, April 14
The 19th edition of the Vodafone Music Awards came off at the Accra International Conference Centre(AICC) on Saturday.
The biggest music event in the country ended on a high but not without controversies. Some of the controversies had to do with dresses people wore for the event.
YEN.com.gh takes a look at some celebrities who went ‘braless’ to the event. We admit people, especially ladies go through a lot in choosing dress for such occasions.
But before we go into who our ‘braless’ celebs for the night are, it is important to note that several celebs and attendees gave their fans some real style goals.
The annual Awards recognises the works of musicians and producers who have excelled during the year under review of the awards - January 1 to December 31, 2017.
Ebony Reigns emerged the first female to win the Artiste of the Year. Other big winners are; Fancy Gadam, Sarkodier, Stonebwoy, etc.
Below is the full list of winners
Artiste Of The Year – Ebony
The Album Of The Year – Bonyfied (Ebony)
Record Of The Year – State Of The Act (TeePhlow)
Vodafone most popular song of the year– Totally Cheat
Best New Artiste of the Year –Kuami Eugene
African Artiste of the Year – Davido
Best Female Vocalist of the Year – Adina
Best Male Vocalist of the Year – Joe Mettle
Best Music Video – Phamous–George Gyimah(Captain Planet’s Obi agye obi girl video)
Best Group of the Year – Wutah
Best Rapper of the Year – Sarkodie
Best Collaboration of the Year – Shatta Wale (Taking Over)
Reggae/Dance Hall Artiste of the Year – Stonebwoy
Song Writer of the Year – Bullet (Ebony’s Maame Hwe)
Hiplife/Hip-pop Artiste of the Year – Sarkodie
Highlife Artiste of the Year – Kuame Eugene
Gospel Artiste of the Year – Joe Mettle
Highlife Song of the Year – Kidi (Odo)
Afro Pop Song of the Year – Ebony (Sponsor)
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