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Industry News: Samini Bags Award for Ghana at 2011 Channel O Music Video Awards

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Samini finally brings home an award home from the 2011 Channel O Music Awards for Ghana, after many attempts by prior Ghanaian musicians. Shout out to him and all musicians representin’ for the +233 country code. “GH” is in da building! Shout out to all the winners.

Full list of winners below:

Most Gifted Dance Video Artist
Darey – Ba Ni Ki Di

Most Gifted African East Video Artist
Radio and Weseal, Keko – How We Do It (Remix)

Most Gifted Hip Hop Video Artist
AKA – Victory Lap

Most Gifted African West Video Artist
Naeto C – 10 Over 10

Most Gifted Afro Pop
Theo – Ukhona

Most Gifted Kwaito Video Artist
The Dogg – This Is My Time

Most Gifted R&B Video Artist
Banky W. ft. M.I. – Feeling It

Most Gifted African Southern Video Artist
Liquideep – Settle For Less

Most Gifted Newcomer Video Artist
Ice Prince ft BrymO – Oleku

Most Gifted Male Video Artist
D’Banj ft. Snoop Dogg – Mr Endowed (Remix)

Most Gifted Female Video
Lira – Phakade

Most Gifted Video Of The Year Artist
Zakes Bantwini – Wasting My Time

Special Recognition Award
D’Banj

Photocredit: Samini Facebook fanpage.

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