Master KG Bags Five Nominations on AFRIMMA 2020 Awards:
If there is one South African artists who is killing the game right now, it has to be the Jerusalema hitmaker, Master KG. The blessings have just been streaming in for him and it doesn’t seem like they will be stopping anytime soon.
He is arguably the most successful artists during the whole lockdown period and it is a success we can all agree, he deserves. The artist recently shared his excitement for being finally recognised for his hard work and dedication.
Taking to his Twitter account, the young DJ excitedly…
“Wow I’m Nominated 5 Times at this year @afrimma Awards
Best Male Southern africa
Afrimma Video of the year
Song of the year
Artist of the year
Please visit http://Afrimma.com let’s bring these awards home”
The African Musik Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA), which caters to every musical genre, including but not limited to Afrobeats, Assiko, Bongo, Decale, Funana, Genge, Highlife, Hiplife, Kwaito, Lingala and Soukous is respected and the only of its kind to celebrate Africa and her artists. AFRIMMA 2020 is going to be an experience to remember, ever with a full weekend of activities lined up, from the welcome party, fashion show, meet and greet sessions, red carpet, award ceremony, music festival and the much-anticipated after-party.
This nomination will be added to the many achievements he has collected this year, from being recognised by Janet Jackson, two times to, having the number one Shazam song in the world and his song bringing positive change across the world. He has had a busy year! Even his break-up with long-time girlfriend, Makhadzi couldn’t hold him back.
Rouge The Rapper also Tweeted her excitement to be on the list, with other African artists.
“After such a shitty week.
I’ve been nominated for an AFRIMMA
At last something to smile about”
Other South Africans who are nominated on the AFRIMMA list are household names, under the Best Male Southern Africa category, it’s Black Coffee Tshego, Yanga Chief and Cassper Nyovest.
In the Best Female Southern Africa category, we have Sho Madjozi, Busiswa, Elaine, Ami Faku and Azana.
Nominees for Music Producer Of The Year are shared by Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa from South Africa, while DJ Fresh is alone in the Radio/Television Personnel Of The Year.
Black Coffee is the only nominee from South Africa for the Best DJ Africa category.
Will you be voting for your faves and who has your votes?