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Sarkodie, Bola Ray, Others For LEAD Series Merit Awards

The 0rganizers of LEAD SERIES, an educative & career driven event have launched a monthly awards in order to honor and recognize outstanding personalities.

The L.E.A.D SERIES MERIT AWARDS is the new new inaugural awards poll. This will seek to honor personalities who are helping make impact lives in our nation and making a difference. The awards will celebrate “teachers, parents, principals, actress, TV/Radio Hosts, students etc, who convey leadership, change, inspiration and is set to take place at the end of each month.

The General Manager of OMNIS2131, Annie Forson said ‘Every contribution an individual makes through their efforts, brings this city and this nation closer to providing a well-rounded quality life to each and every person’

Due to this, the general public is encouraged to visit the website to vote for their favorite influencer. Voting ends on the 25th of October 2017.

Merit award 2017 is to recognize and acknowledge individuals/companies whose immediate activity in various areas of expertise have brought about a positive change in society within the month in review.

Below is the full list of nominees for the month of September;

1. Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa – ( youngest girl to gain admission to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST)

2. Nathan Kwabena Adisi aka Bola Ray – (Launch of biography ‘It is Possible’)

3. Claudia Lumor – (Glitz Style Awards)

4. Mrs. Dzigbordi K. Dosoo – (Help coach online Series)

5. Stonebwoy – (Ashaiman to the World Concert)

6. Fancy Gadam – (Gadam Nation Concert)

7. Sarkodie – ‘Highest’ Album

Juls, Sarkodie Others Win At AFRIMMA 2017

The much publicized African Muzik Magazine Awards and Music Festival 2017 lived up to expectations. The event which happened at the House of Blues, Dallas Texas was an exciting show for all the patrons. It was hosted by Basketmouth and Chipukeezy and saw the gathering of who’s who in the African music sphere.

The show opened with a performance by the Triplets Ghetto Kids from Uganda who later took home the Best African Dancer category.

Other performers include Scientific from Liberia, Tzy Panshak from Cameroon, Falz from Nigeria , Tiwa Savage , Kaffy Dance Queen, C4 Pedro as well as Nsoki and the Francophone King Fally Ipupa. Basketmouth had the audience in stitches as he anchored a great show that would live long in the minds of many.

Below is the full list winners.

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Male West Africa -Falz (Nigeria)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Female West Africa -Tiwa Savage (Nigeria)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Male East Africa – Diamond Platnumz (Tanzania)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Female East Africa – Victoria Kimani (Kenya)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Male Central Africa -C4 Pedro (Angola)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Female Central Africa – Nsoki (Angola)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Male Southern Africa- Cassper Nyovest (South Africa)

Afrimma 2017 Best Female Southern Africa – Babes Wodumo (South Africa

AFRIMMA 2017 Crossing Boundaries with Music Award C4 Pedro (Angola)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Newcomer -Nsoki (Angola)

Afrimma 2017 Artist of The Year – Davido (Nigeria)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best DJ Africa – Dj Spinall (Nigeria)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best African Dj USA – Dj Tunez (Nigeria)

AFRIMMA 2017 Video of The Year -Fally Ipupa – Eloko Iyo Congo

AFRIMMA 2017 Music Producer of The Year – Julz (Ghana)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best African Dancer – Ghetto Triplets Kids – Uganda

AFRIMMA 2017 Song of The Year – Davido – IF (Nigeria)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Lusophone – C4 Pedro (Angola)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Francophone – Fally Ipupa (Congo)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Sound Engineer -Sheyman (Nigeria)

AFRIMMA 2017 Best Collaboration -Wizkid ft Chris Brown – African Bad Girl (Nigeria & USA)

Transformational Leadership Award -Engineer Noah Dallaji

Best Rap Act -Sarkodie (Ghana)

Dancehall Act of The Year – Timaya (Nigeria)

Best Video Director – Daps (Nigeria)

Best Male North Africa- Amr Diab (Egypt)

Best African Dj – Dj Spinall (Nigeria)

Best Gospel Artist -Nathaniel Bassey (Nigeria)

Best Female North Africa – Amani Swissi (Tunisia)

Sarkodie ‘Stole’ My Beat – Gafacci

After the release of Sarkodie’s acclaimed Highest album; music producer Gafacci took to Twitter to state that Sarkodie took his beat without crediting him.

He stated his displeasure at the rapper for not giving him credit for the ‘All I Want Is You’ song on the ‘Highest’ album which is the 15th track.

Gafacci has worked with artistes such as D-Black, Sarkodie, Dee Moneey, J Town, Chase, among others.
He produced the 2010 Black Entertainment Television (BET) Freestyle Cypher featuring Sarkodie, Tinny, Ayigbe Edem, Reggie Rockstone, Baby G and Kwaku T.

Photos: Sarkodie Album Signing

Sarkodie held an album signing session for his 5th studio album, Highest at the Westhills Mall in Accra, on Sunday and there was a huge turnout of fans.

A good numbers of celebrities, artistes and producers also came through to support the grand occasion. Notable among them were DKB, Doctor Duncan, Dr. Pounds, Magnom, Medikal, StrongMan, B4Bonah, Foster Romanus, Wisa, Article Wan and many others. Sarkodie’s lady, Tracy Sarkcess, was also there to support.

DJ Mensah was at his best shuffling records from the album while fans, in turns, bought hard copies of the album, plus other SarkNation souvenirs which got autographed by Sarkodie.

The numbers at West Hills Mall was just incredible; estimated to be a little over 3,000 audience – the venue was so packed it couldn’t contain the audience.

Check out the photos

Watch- Sarkodie Releases 6 Videos From Highest

Rapper Sarkodie has released his album, “Highest” to the acclaim of fans across the country. Sarkodie did not just give fans the audio album; he has released 6 official videos from the Highest album.

Highest features some major local and International acts such as his long-time friend and Producer Jayso, UK’s very own Big Narstie, Victoria Kimani (Kenya), Moelogo (UK), renowned Spoken Word artist Suli Breaks (UK), Korede Bello (Nigeria), Praiz (Nigeria), Yung L (Nigeria), Joey B (Ghana), Jesse Jagz (Nigeria), Flavour (Nigeria) and Bobii Lewis (UK).

Enjoy all six video below: