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It has been four years of celebrating deserving fast-rising artistes and personalities in the music at Emerging Music Awards (EMA) organised by Kusstar Entertainment.

This year’s edition of the award scheme is themed ‘Giving Music A Chance’. On the back of this, Kusstar Entertainment in partnership with Kri8 Concept has announced nominees for this year’s edition.

Musicians competing for Artiste of the Year are Vanila, Long Life, Buzu Wani, Jay Baba, Ekow Marvel, Long Life, Abbi Ima, Best Gally, Prophet Joseph Atarah, Xupa and Skannah

For Dancehall Artiste of the year we have Sheriff Keita, Donyrific, BiggBone, Kophi Mystro, Addi Nasha, Kipsie Unruly and Sly Pee.

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 Hip Hop Artiste of the Year – Joint 77, Orkortor Perry, Tokz, Phrings Icon, Best Galley, Boss Gang, Mickey Stone, M2, Kojo Vypa and  Reign Gods.

Gospel Artiste of the Year – Gracee J, Laty, Jvb Music, Mama Boat, Magnus, Papa Owura, Obaa Vida, Kdm, Alvin David and Prophet Joseph Atara.

Hiplife Artiste of the Year- Kwame Taadi, Long Life, Soorebia, Buzu Wani, Timeless Gh, Rany Dopesongs, Akonta Gh and  Essilfie.

Female Vocal of the Year- Enounyam, Mama Boat, Grace J, Obaa Vida, Sellasie Brown, Ruth Ackaa Gyasi and Shylar.

There are 30 categories at this years awards scheme scheduled to take place on October 1 at the Accra Metropolitan Hall.

Speaking in an interview with Prince Kusi CEO of Kusstar Entertainment organisers of EMA said he is happy Kri8 Concept is partnering this year event.

“The event has been running three years now without support but I am happy Kri8 Concept is partnering us this time around to make the event better. We are in our fourth edition and every year has been an improvement. We are very optimistic we are going to have a great show this year” he said.

Sir Solomon won Artiste of the year at the maiden edition in 2019, Gayana won Artiste of the Year the following year and the current winner is Black Sheriff.

Below is  the full  list

DANCE HALL SONG OF THE YEAR​​​

1.​Killem ​​​-​Sly Pee

2​.A Who Dem​​-​Addi Nasha

3​.Wound Dem​​-​Dreamer

4.​Inna Yard​​-​Jahwise

5.​Fire​​​-​Kay Mena

6.​Where Dem Dey​-​King Aboloway

7​.Money​​​-​Skyranking                                                                                                     

8.​Obra​​​-​Kato Vibzs

9​.33d3 (It Sweet)​​-​Donyrific

10.​Whine Pon It​​-​NKyenegh Ft. Linguakat

DANCEHALL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Kophi Mystro​

2.​BiggBone​

3.​Sly Pee ​

4.​Addi Nasha ​​

5.​Skyranking​

6.​Klara Kay​

7​.Kipsie Unruly​

8.​Sheriff Keita​

9​.Donyrific​​​

REGGAE SONG OF THE YEAR​

1.​Bo Le (He Knows)​​-​Kibhans

2.​Tell Dem​​​-​T-Coin

3​.Money​​​​-​Jeneral Rojah Ft. X-Ray

4.​Hear Wi​​​-​Alaptawan

REGGAE ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Kato Vibzs​

2.​Mornstar Geng​

3.​Troop Blakka​

4​.Kay Mena​

5​.Syonhero​

6.​Jeneral Rojah​

7.​MOV

8.​Alaptawan​

9.​Ganyo Dread​

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AFRO POP SONG OF THE YEAR​​​

1.​Give Me Love​​​-​Abbi Ima

2​.Godzilla​​​​-​Gafxity

3​.Divine Selection​​​-​Kibhans

4.​Agbadza​​​-​Xupa Ft Mawake&Queci Bills & Jah Dart

5.​Orgasm​​​​-​Amalina

6​.Wonyaloo​​​-​Skannah

7.​Drop Am​​​-​Tumtum

8.​Gimme Love​​​-​Kuame Survival

9​.Sikilite​​​​-​Vanilla

10.​Fall Down Inside (Fdi)​​-​Jzyno Ft. Medikal

11.​Aben Woha​​​-​Essilfie Ft Cici Yeboah

12​.Jealous​​​​-​Yaw Black

13.​Xxx​​​​-​Mestar Oscar

AFRO POP ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Skannah​

2​.Abbi Ima​

3.​Xupa​

4.​Mr Razzi​

5​.Jzyno​

6.​Vanilla​

7.​Raingad​

8.​Yaw Black​

9​.Osagyefo​

10.​Amalina​

11.​Micky Jay

12 ​RCee​

HIP POP SONG OF THE YEAR​​​

1​.Speed Up​​​-​Joint 77

2.​Compare​​​-​Phrings Icon

3​.Sikawofie ​​​-​Bossgang

4.​Pain​​​​-​K Bryte

5​.Sikani ​​​​-​M – Fresh

6​.Eborso ​​​​-​M2

7​.Solemo​​​​-​Mingle.X

8​.Akata​​​​-​Orkortor Perry

9​.Don’t Try Me ​​​-​Reign Godz

10​.De Rap Dealer​​​-​T-Coin

11.​This Year​​​-​Sandy Global

12.​Sika Y3 Abrante3​​-​ Rany Dopesongz

13.​Clap for Me​​​-​Best Gally

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8​HIP POP ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Joint 77​

2.​Orkortor Perry​

3.​Tokz​

4.​Phrings Icon​

5​.Reign Godz​

6.​Kojo Vypa​

7.​M2​

8​.Mickey Stone​

9​.Boss Gang​

10.​Best Gally

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GOSPEL SONG OF THE YEAR​​​

1.​Nyame So​​​-​Grace J

2.​Majesty​​​​-​Jvb Music

3​.God Is Good​​​-​Laty

4​.Ewurade ​​​​-​Obaa Vida

5.​Woye Odo​​​-​Prophet Joseph Atarah Ft Piesie Esther

6.​Nyame Som Bo​​​-​Rhanda Adjei

7.​Ban Bofo​​​-​Portia Kay

8.​Bo Me Nantew​​​-​Magnus

9.​Help Is On The Way​​-​Boahene

10​.Makoma​​​-​Papa Owura

11.In God’s hands     –    Sir Soomon

​​10​GOSPEL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Grace J​

2.​Laty​

3.​Jvb Music​

4.​Mama Boat​

5​.Magnus​

6​Ruth Ackaah  – Gyasi​

7.​Papa Owura​

8.​Prophet Joseph Atara​

9.​Alvin David​

10.​Kdm​

11​.Vida Asare​

12.​Peter Sam​

13​.Obaa Vida

14.Sir Solomon

​​11​HIP LIFE SONG OF THE YEAR​

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1​.Odo Cargo ​​​-​Kwame Taadi

2.​My-Story​​​-​Qwesi-Flex Ft-Kweku-Flick

3.​Queen​​​​-​Soorebia

4.​Mankind ​​​-​Tray Zee

5.​3y3 Dam​​​-​Boy Tee ft Kofi Brew

6.​Glory​​​​-​Buzu Wani

7.​Wobeda ​​​-​Long Life

8.​True Love​​​-​Timeless Gh

9.​Mayi Remix ​​​-​Tokz

10.​Sekese​​​​-​Sky Gee

11.​Solo​​​​-​Jay Baba Ft Ayesem

12​HIP LIFE ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Kwame Taadi​

2​.Long Life ​

3.​Soorebia ​

4​Buzu Wani ​

5​.Timeless Gh ​

6.​Rany Dopesongz​

7.​Essilfie​

8​.Jay Baba

9​.Akonta GH​

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13​HIGHLIFE SONG OF THE YEAR​​​

1​.Woyale​​​​-​Ekow Marvel

2.​Ayisem Nkoaa ​​​-​I’star Bee

3​A.untie Deede​​​-​Singjay

4.​Blind Love ​​​-​Tukay

5.​Flowers​​​​-​Limuel

6​.Trust​​​​-​Mr Medicine

7​S.ober​​​​-​Alijoe

8​.Godo Godo ​​​-​Brada Yawda

9​.Ma w’ani ngye​​​- ​Qobby Humble​​

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14​HIGHLIFE ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Ara Bella​

2.​Ekow Marwel​

3.​Sing Jay​

4.​Tukay​

5.​C – Clark​

6.​Righteous Vandyke​

7.​Limuel​

8.​Tiwaa Adepa​

9.​Alijoe

10.​Brada Yawda​

 15​ INTERNATIONAL SONG OF THE YEAR​​​

1​.After You Na You​​-​Navah

2.​Amazing Love​​​-​Rev S.A Osiahene

3.​Butterflies​​​-​Jessie Mens

4.​Catch And Chew​​-​Massimo Youngblood

5​.Hood Party​​​-​Star Vicy

6​.Ride Or Die​​​-​Rosey Ft. Sista Afia

7.​Use Me​​​​-​Bra Collins Ft. Rosey

8.​Molo Molo​​​-​Ghis B

9.​the Crown​​​-​Ras Amankwatia

10.​Daily Bread ​​​-​Manni B

11.​Agya Maba​​​-​Royal Mama

​INTERNATIONAL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​

1.​Navah​​​​-​France

2.​Rev S.A Osiahene ​​-​South Africa

3.​Jessie Mens ​​​-​Canada

4​.Star Vicy​​​-​Uk

5​.Don L3gg3h.​​​-​South Africa

6.​Manni B​​​-​Uk

7​.Massimo Youngblood​​-​Uk

8​.Clem Biny​

9.​Ras Amankwa​

10.​Rosey​​​​-​USA​

11​Whitnee Dee​

12​Francis Armah​

13​Rita Adomolga​​​-​U S A 

​COLLABORATION OF THE YEAR​​​

1.​Give Me Love​​​-​Abbi Ima Ft Fancy Gadam

2​.Bo Me Nantew​​​-​Magnus Ft Nacee

3​.Ban Bofo​​​-​Portia Kay Ft Koda

4.​Agbadza​​​-​Xupa Ft Mawake&Queci Bills & Jah Dart

5​Where Dem Dey​​-​King Aboloway Ft Rudebwoy Ranking

&Adipi &    Morris

6​.Woye Odo​​​-​Prophet Joseph Atarah Ft Piesie Esther

7.​Help Is On The Way​​-​Boahen Ft Eberechi

8.​Ofata Ayeyi​​​-​Yaw Kwayi Ft Bro Sammy

9​.My Story​​​-​Qwesi Flex Ft-Kweku-Flick

10.​Ghana Mma​​​-​Vanilla Ft Papi

11.​Fall Down Inside (Fdi)​​-​Jzyno Ft. Medikal

12​.Solo​​​​-​Jay Baba Ft Ayesem

13.​My Baby​​​–​ Freedombwoy ft. Article Wan​

14​.Ban Bofo​​​-​Portia Kay ft Koda

​SONG WRITER OF THE YEAR​

1.​Ofata Ayeyi​​​-​Yaw Kwakye

2.​Prayer​​​​-​Vanilla

3.​Life​​​​-​Xupa

4​.Awurade Kasa​​​-​Mama Boat

5​.Bam Bofo​​​-​Portia Kay

6​B/o Me Nantew​​​-​Magnus

7/​Ankwanoma​​​-​Khofy Guyson

8​Woyale​​​​-​Ekow Marvel

9​SIN​​​​-​ KDM

 

FEMALE VOCAL OF THE YEAR​​

1.​Majesty​​​-​Enuonyam

2.​Awurade Kasa​​-​Mama Boat

3​.Go Away​​-​Shylar

4.​Nyame So​​-​Grace J

5.​Ewurade​​-​Obaa Vida

6.​My Testimony​​-​Ruth Ackaa Gyasi

7.​Thank you ​​-​Sellasie Brown

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MALE VOCAL OF THE YEAR​

1.​My Story​​-​Qwesi Flex

2​.Flowers​​​-​Limuel

3.​Poison​​​-​Tukay

4.​Trust​​​-​Mr Medicine

5.​Gratitude​​-​Mister Pryz

6.​Made in Ghana​​-​RCEE

7​.Life​​​-​Jux Prynx

8. In God’s Hands            –           Sir Solomom

ALBUM/EP OF THE YEAR​

1.​Black Is Beautiful​​-​Klarah Kay

2.​Akoma Apedie ​​​-​Buzu Wani

3​.Grace To Grace​​​-​Best Gally

4​.Nkunim​​​​-​Ruth Ackaah – Gyasi

5​.Fire​​​​-​Kay Mena

6​.THE GOAT ​​​-​King Aboloway

7​.Flowers​​​​-​Limuel

8.​Figure of Love​​​-​Phrings Icon

9​.Clockwise​​​-​Mediq Mane

10​Sika Y3 Abrante3​​-​Rany Dopesongz

11.​Singtude ​​​-​Aquariuz Gh

12​.Toris Lounge​​​-​Essilfie 

RAPPER OF THE YEAR​​​

1.​M2​

2.​Mickystone​

3.​Origee​

4​.Phrings Icon​

5​.Reign Godz​

6​.Buzu Wani​

7​.Tokz​

8.​Kojo Wadosty​

9.​Dedebah​

10.​Kojo Vypa​

11..​Best Gally​

12​.Mz Tention​

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MUSIC VIDEO OF THE YEAR​

1​.Nyame So​​-​Grace J

2​.Woye Odo ​​-​Prophet Joseph Atarah

3​.Fall Down Inside​-​Jzyno Ft. Medikal

4​.Flowers​​​-​Limuel

5​.Bae & Bestie​​-​Phrings Icon Ft Ojay

6​.Ewurade Mma Yera ​-​Adepa Ghana Ft Clinto Brown

7.​Lovin​​​-​Mr Medicine

8​.Sika​​​-​Buzu Wani

9.​Mayi ​ ​​-​Tokz Ft Pikaluz (Remix)

10.​Hosanna​​-​Jux Prynx

11​Thank you​​-​Sellasie Brown

12,​Butterfly​​-​Jessie Mens

VIDEO DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR​​​

1.​Nyame So​​-​Flashbak Media – Gracee J

2​.Woye Odo ​​-​Skyweb Videosprophet  – Prophet Joseph Atarah

3.​Fall Down Inside​-​Yaw Skyface  Jzyno Ft. Medikal

4​.Flowers​​​-​Limuel

5.​Bae & Bestie​​-​Cue Shot It Phrings Icon Ft Ojay

6.​Ewurade Mma Yera ​-​Dxmond & Angel Adepa Ghana Ft Clinto Brown

7.​Lovin​Mr Medicine ​-​ Mr Medicine – Mr Medicine

8​.Sika​​​-​Papilio Photographers – Buzu Wani

9.​Mayi ​​​-​Stanley Makafui – Tokz  Ft Pikaluz (Remix)

10​.Sekese​​​-​Mista Morgan – Sky Gee

11​Butterfly​​-​Scanzer – Jessie Mens

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27​MISIC PRODUCER OF THE YEAR​

1.​Woye Odo​​-​Shar – Prophet Joseph Atarah

2​.Queen​​​-​AZkonnaBeatZ – Soorebia

3​.Godzilla​​​-​Gallybeatz – Gafxity

4.​Divine Selection​​-​Dj Frass – Kibhans

5.​Wobeda​​-​Young Gidi – Long Life

6.​Waka Woho​​-​Survivor Beat  – Demzi

7.​Majesty​​​-​Joshua Virgen Boateng – Jvb Music

8​.Agbadza​​-​Gomezbeatx – Xupa Ft Mawake&Queci Bills & Jah Dart

9.​My Baby​​-​JewNart Beat – Freedombwoy ft. Article Wan

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​MANAGEMENT OF THE YEAR​

1.​JR Music​​​​ -​ Amalina Sings

2.​Pjam —– ​​​​-​Prophet Joseph Atarah

3.​Black Music Entertainment (Bme) ​-​ Sly Gee

4.​Bazazzagi Worldwide​​​ – ​Jay Baba

5.​Check Zone Family ​​​-​ Kojo Vypa

GROUP OF THE YEAR​​

1.​Monster Gang​

2.​Boss Gang​

3.​Anlo Soldiers​

4.​Rockcity Bongo​

5​.Newbrand Gh

6​.Alo brothers

7.​Brada Yawda​

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SONG OF THE YEAR​​​

1​.Woye Odo ​-​Prophet Joseph Atarah Ft Ft Piesie Esther

2​.Sikilite​​-​Vanila Ft. Papi

3​.Wobe Da​-​Long Life

4.​Orgasm​​-​Amalina

5.​Wonyaloo​-​Skannah

6​.Solo​​-​Jay Baba Ft Ayesem

7.​Woyale​​-​Ekow Marvel

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ARTISTE OF THE YEAR​​​

1.​Vanila​

2. ​Prophet Joseph Atarah​

3​.Long Life​

4​.Abbi Ima​

5.​Xupa​

6.​Ekow Marvel​

7.​Skannah​

8.​Best Gally​

9.​Jay Baba​​

10​.Buzu Wani

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