Kuami Eugene has broken the odds to win the 21st Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (21VGMA) artiste of the year after two years the honour was bestowed on the late Ebony Reigns.
He beats Sarkodie, Kofi Kinaata, Medikal Diana Hamilton among others for the awards.
He also won the highlife artiste of the year, making him win a total of two awards during the two nights of the ceremony.
The night also saw other artistes including Kofi Kinaata winning three awards for his “Things Fall Apart” song.
Kofi Kinaata won the writer of the year, highlife song of the year and the Vodafone Most Popular song of the year.
Not only the “King Move” leader’s star sparkled but the night also favoured Fameye, as he got the new artiste of the year while Kofi Mole won Hip hop song of the year with J Derobie winning Reggae/dancehall song of the year.
Sarkodie also won from two categories including best collaboration and Best International collaboration of the year while Kwesi Arthur was crowned the Best rapper of the year.
Check out the full lists of winners
Best Traditional Group of the year— Tesa Cultural Group
Instrumentalist of the year— Emmanuel Bludo
Sound Engineer of the Year – Dan Grahl
Male vocalist of the year—MOG Music
Female Vocalist of the the year—Celestine Donkor
Song Writer of the year—Kofi Kinaata
Record of the year—Okyeame Kwame
Best Music Video of the year—Cina Soul
Best Group of the year—Dope Nation
Producer of the year—MOG Beatz
Best International Collaboration—Sarkodie ft Rudeboy
Africa Artiste of the year—Burna Boy
Lifetime Achievement Award—George Darko
Gospel Song of the year—Celestine Donkor
Gospel Artiste of the year—Celestine Diana Hamilton
Reggae dancehall song of the year—J Definite
Hip hop song of the year—Kofi Mole
Afrobeat song of the year— Dope Nation
Highlife song of the year—Kofi Kinaata
Highlife artiste of the year— Kuami Eugene
Hiplife song of the year—Medikal
Hip hop/ hip life 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
Best New Artiste of the year—Fameye
Album of the year—Sugar by Kidi
Unsung Category winner of the year—Teflon Flex
Vodafone Green Ambassador awards— Gasmila
Vodafone COVID-19 Heroes awards— Ghana Health Service