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Sarkodie Sweeps 5 Awards at the 2010 Ghana Music Awards + Full List of Winners

Sarkodie, Ghana’s rising hip-hop star and first ever African artist signed to Akon’s Konvict Music Record label, walked away with five awards for night at the 11th Annual Ghana Music Awards sponsored by MTN and held on April 10th, 2010 at the Dome, Accra International Conference Centre.  Sarkodie in a sweeping fashion won the Hip-hop/hiplife Artist of the Year, Best Rapper of the Year, Album of the Year and The Discovery of the Year Awards. Another star of  the night was new comer Becca who won two awards (Record of the Year and Best Female Vocal Artist) . The full list of winners are:

Artist of the Year
Sarkodie

Most Popular Song of the Year
Da Bradez (Simple)

Album of the Year
Sarkodie (Makye)

Discovery of the Year
Sarkodie

Best Male Vocal Performance
PV of Wutah

Best Female Vocal Performance
Becca

Best Rapper of the Year
Sarkodie

Hiplife/Hip Hop Song of the Year
Ayigbe Edem (U Dey Craze)

Hiplife/Hiphop Artiste of the Year
Sarkodie

Gospel Song of the Year
DSP Kofi Sarpong

Gospel Artiste of the Year
Ohemaa Mercy

Highlife Song of the Year
Kotosa (Wutah)

Highlife Artiste of the Year
Kofi B

Afro Pop Song of the Year
4×4 (World Trade Center)

Reggae Song of the Year
Wutah (Jah Will Be There)

Best Collaboration of the Year
Obrafour & Guru (Kaseibo)

Best Video of the Year
Breathe directed by GYO for Phamous PHILMS

Producer of the Year
Lynx Entertainment (Richie)

Record of the Year
Becca

Songwriter of the Year
Kwabena Akwaboa

Best Music for Development award
Asem (School Dey Be)

African Artiste of the Year
Wande Coal

Instrumentalist of the Year
Kwabena Yeboah

Traditional Artiste of the Year
Osei Korankye

MUSIGA Merit Award
Nana K. K. No. 9

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