Ebony Reigns Wins Artist Of The Year At Ghana Music Awards UK- Watch Video

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The late Priscilla Opoku Kwarteng, who is popular for her showbiz name Ebony has made another record at the Ghana Music Awards UK as she has been named the ‘Artist of The Year’ which came of yesterday October 6. 2018 at the Gaumont Palace – Dominion Centre in London.

This has become the second posthumous award won by the late dancehall diva. Ebony Reigns has also become the first female artist to ever win this award after beating her contenders: Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, KiDi, King Promise, Kuami Eugene, and Patience Nyarko. 

The award was picked on her behalf by controversial comedienne Afia Schwarzenegger and all the other big music stars and radio personalities who were at the awards event like Wutah, Kaakie, Gasmilla, Sammy Baah Flex, and many others.

Lynx Entertainment signee, Kuami Eugene also emerged ‘Best New Artist of the Year’ with Patience Nyarko sweeping two awards; Gospel Song of the Year and Gospel Artiste of the Year.

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Other winners at the awards were Patapaa Amisty’s ‘One Corner’ was named the ‘Most Popular Song of the Year’ with Samini’s ‘My Own’ winning the Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year award.

READ ALSO: TOUCHING VIDEO: Kaakie Performs Ebony’s ‘Maame Hwe’ To Honor Her At Ghana Music Awards UK

Other big acts who won at the awards event are Stonebwoy– Best Ghanaian Int. Touring Act, Best Rapper of the Year– Yaa Pono, Highlife Artiste of the Year– Kumi Guitar, Best Male Vocalist– King Promise, Highlife Song of the Year Brony – Wutah. Yaa Pono also won the Best Collaboration of the Year with his Obiaa Wone Master Ft Stonebwoy.

Watch the video below…


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