Ghana Music Awards Winners 2010

From Museke blogs Sun Apr 11 2010, 08:30:43

Sarkodie, Wutah, and Becca won multiple honours at the 11th Ghana Music Awards, which were organized last night, April 10, at the Dome, Accra International Conference Centre on April 10, 2010. The show was hosted by Chris Attoh. Click here for the full list of nominees.

The first performance was by Okyeame Kwame and Amakye Dede. Some of the nominees who performed were Ruff & Smooth, Ohemaa Mercy, 4x4, Wutah, VIP. Potential future nominees who performed included Efya, Nana Boroo, and Eazzy. There was a Sarkodie and Obrafour medley.

Nigeria's Wande Coal also performed with R2Bees, and South Africa's Da Les of Jozi was also on stage. London based Donaeo shared the stage with Tinny whose Cadbury sponsored Zingolo single has gained massive popularity in the UK. Ghana's most recognized disc jockey, DJ Black performed too.

Here is the complete list of nominees (click for videos, more info, etc)

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