List Of All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) Winners 2015

The 2015 All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) event was held yesterday night, November 15 at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island in Lagos.

Below is the list of winners in this year’s edition:

ARTIST OF THE YEAR

Diamond Platnumz

Diamond Platnumz – “Nasema

Nawe”, featuring Khadijo Kopa

ALBUM OF THE YEAR

Charlotte Dipanda – “Elle n’a pas

vu”

BEST ARTISTE IN AFRICA (RnB And Soul)

Praiz Adejo – Nigeria

BEST AFRICAN REGGAE, RAGGA AND DANCEHALL

Stonebwoy – Ghana

BEST MALE ARTISTE: INSPIRATIONAL CATEGORY

Darey – Nigeria

BEST FEMALE ARTISTE:

INSPIRATIONAL CATEGORY

Betty Akna- Equatorial Guinea

VIDEO OF THE YEAR

Wiyaala – Ghana

BEST ARTISTE IN AFRICAN POP

Vanessa Mdee – Tanzania

BEST ARTISTE IN AFRICAN HIP HOP

Casper Nyovest – South Africa

BEST ARTISTE IN AFRICAN ELECTRO

Flavour – Nigeria

PRODUCER OF THE YEAR

Sauti Sol and Cedric Kadenyi –

Kenya

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR IN AFRICA

Joseph Chameleone – Uganda

REVELATION OF THE YEAR IN AFRICA

Adekunle Gold – Nigeria

MOST PROMISING ARTISTE IN AFRICA

Kiss Daniel – Nigeria

BEST ARTISTE IN AFRICAN

CONTEMPORARY

Charlotte Dipanda

BEST ARTISTE IN AFRICAN JAZZ

Kunle Ayo – Nigeria

BEST MALE ARTISTE IN WESTERN AFRICA

Olamide – Nigeria

BEST FEMALE ARTISTE IN WESTERN AFRICA

Yemi Alade – Nigeria

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BEST ARTISTE IN AFRICAN ROCK

M’vula – Kenya

BEST AFRICAN GROUP

Sauti Sol- Kenya

BEST AFRICAN COLLABORATION

AKA(South Africa) and Burna Boy (Nigeria)

BEST FEMALE ARTISTE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

Busiswa Ngoku- South Africa

BEST MALE ARTISTE IN SOUTHERN AFRICA

Casper Nyovest- South Africa

BEST FEMALE ARTISTE IN

NORTHERN AFRICA

Manal- Morocco

BEST MALE ARTISTE IN NORTHERN AFRICA

Ahmed Soultan- Morocco

BEST FEMALE ARTISTE IN EASTERN AFRICA

Tsedenia Gebremarkos- Ethiopia

BEST MALE ARTISTE IN

EASTERN AFRICA

Diamond Platnumz- Tanzania

PILLAR OF CULTURE IN AFRICA

Bola Ahmed Tinubu (Jagaban)

Did you know?

The 2014 edition of AFRIMA reaffirmed Nigeria’s position as the hub of African music as our musical acts dominated the winners’ list. Nigerian artistes took home the highest number of trophies, 13 in total, with the Aye crooner, Davido, carting away four of the coveted 29.3 carat gold-plated AFRIMA trophies.

AFRIMA was set:

1. To create a night of glamour, glitz and grandeur for Africa in its crowning glory through a world-class live production event broadcast to over 80 countries.

2. To foster creative and cultural exchange, fast track industry development, knowledge transfer and build bridges for the economic growth of the music.

3. To create a high-octane platform for interaction among Africans and African artistes through music where the beauty of live performance will be experienced.

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