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Yesterday at the Accra International Conference Centre, Joe Mettle broke the chain that prevent gospel musicians from winning the highest award which is the ‘Artist of The Year’. He made history by becoming the first non-secular artist to win it.

Aside the few technical issues that the award show experienced notable among them was the power fluctuation. The program went on well with all the winners not having major question marks on them as not the best to win in the various categories they won in.

Here are your winners:

Gospel song of the year – Yewo Nyame a yewo adze (Nacee Ft. Ernest Opoku)

Highlife song of the year – Sweetie Pie (Kofi Kinaata)

Reggae/Dancehall song – People Dey (Stonebwoy)

Highlife song of the year – Kofi Kinaata

Hiplife song of the year – Go Low (Flowking Stone)

Afro-pop song of the year – Kaabuame (EL)

Hip-hop song of the year – God MC (Manifest)

Gospel artiste of the year – Joe Mettle

Reggae/Dancehall artiste of the year – Stonebwoy

Hiplife/hip hop artiste of the year – Sarkodie

Songwriter of the year – Kofi Kinaata

Best collaboration of the year – Alhaji (VVIP)

Female vocalist of the year – Adina (Too Late)

Male vocalist of the year – Joe Mettle

Best group of the year – VVIP

Best music video of the year – Okyeame Kwame

Best rapper of the year – Manifest

African artiste of the year – Runtown

Best new artiste of the year – Fancy Gaddam

Record of the year – Adina

Most popular song of the year – Christie (Dobble)

Album of the year – Nacee

Artiste of the year – Joe Mettle

Traditional artiste – Sammy Ahmed

Best instrumentalist – Philip Acquah

Lifetime achievement award – Paapa Yankson

Vodafone Unsung category – Kwame Eugene

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