VGMA: Kuame Eugene crowned 2020 Artist of the Year as SarkNation bleeds

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The 2020 edition of Ghana Music Awards took place over the weekend despite initial postponement due to COVID-19 pandemic.

Held on Friday and Saturday evenings, several industry players were rewarded for their immense contribution within the year under review.

However, the biggest casualties on the night were Dancehall legends Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy who are currently facing a ban following their clash at last year’s edition.

Despite Sarkodie and hhisfan base brimmin with confidence to clinch the topmost award of the year since rivals Shatta Wale and Stonebwoy aren’t part of the scheme, he was surprisingly beaten by Kuami Eugene.

Day1 & Day2

Instrumentalist Of The Year –Winner: Emmanuel Bludo

Male Vocalist Of The Year ––– Winner: MOG Music

Female Vocalist Of The Year ––– Winner: Celestine Donkor

Songwriter Of The Year ––– Winner: Kofi Kinaata

Record Of The Year ––– Winner: Okyeame Kwame

Best Music Video Of The Year ––– Winner: Cina Soul

Best Music Group Of The Year ––– Winner: DopeNation

Producer Of The Year –––
Winner: M.O.G Beatz

African Act Of The Year ––– Winner: Burna Boy

Best International Collaboration Of The Year ––– Winner: Sarkodie ft. Rudeboy (Lucky)

Gospel Song of the year – Celestine Donkor

Highlife Song of the year – Kofi Kinaata

Reggae Dancehall Song of the year – J. Derobie

Hiphop Song of the year – Kofi Mole

Hiplife Song of the year – Medikal

Afro Beats Song of the year – Dope Nation

Gospel Artiste of the year – Diana Hamilton

Highlife Artiste of the year – Kuame Eugene

Hiplife/Hiphop Artiste of the year – Medikal

Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of the year – Ras Kuuku

Best Rapper of the year – Kwesi Arthur

Best collaboration of the year – Sarkodie

Vodafone Green Ambassador Award – Gasmila

Vodafone Most Popular Song of the year – Kofi Kinaata

Vodafone COVID Heroes Award – Ghana Health Service

Artiste of the year – Kuame Eugene

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