Congratulations To All The NAMAs Winners

Check Out The NAMAs 2019 Winners

By  | May 19, 2020, 02:11 PM  | Top of The

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The Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) which were held on 7th September 2019 were once again a memorable event not to forget.

Although the music awards are of great repute for SADC and the greater continent at large, it has proven that more improvement should be considered to make this spectacular platform a success in the near future.

This year, the ceremony was dominated by worthy performances by emerging artists such as TopCheri, Skrypt and King Elegant who graced the stage with amazing stagings.
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With the aim of creating a music platform to promote arts and culture and improving local music annually, the show started off with a cultural performance which was definitely a good opening.
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Even though Namibian Broadcasting Cooperation (NBC) struggled with the sound, a few did justice to their performances apart from Sally Boss Madam stage entrance gone wrong and Liz Ehlers almost breaking her leg trying to get off the horse.

The main winners at the NAMAs 2019 included; Lize Ehlers who won best female artist of the year, artist of the year and best house. Exit for male artist of the year and Topcheri for best album, while Gazza walked away with (Best Song of the Year).

The NAMAs were also graced with the presence of Holly Rey, an Afro-electro house artist and songwriter from South Africa., who entertained the crowd with her hit track titled ‘Deeper’.

Other awards went to KK (Best Music Video/Best Single), Vaughn Ahrens (Best Afrikaans), Tboz and Staike (Best Damara Punch) and MBM (Best Oviritje).

Allen Jonathan (Best Soukous), Gazza (Best Afro Pop), Lindsey (Best Gospel), Jaleel, (Best R&B), Exit (Best Kwaito) and Skrypt (Best Rap/Hip-Hop). Gerry Dread (Best Raggae), Big Ben (Best Traditional) and Blenge Mo Fire & Jimmy Jay (Best Collaboration).

While South African AKA won best Pan African Artist, DJ Chronics won best Producer, Topcheri won best Newcomer, Tswazi’s won best Duo.
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