Medikal, Criss Waddle, Shatta Wale and More Win at 4syte Music Video Awards 2016
Medikal picks up his first award at the 4syte Music Video Awards for his music video “Anthem”. Artistes like Criss Waddle, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, VVIP and more won awards too.
The eighth edition of the 4Syte Music Video Awards took place at the Accra International Conference center yesterday (30th December 2016) and saw hard-working artistes like Medikal, Criss Waddle, Shatta Wale, VVIP, and many more rewarded for their hard-work and contribution the Ghana music.
The event saw performances from many artistes and was “Bigly” attended by Artistes of course, industry players, the media and other entertainment affiliates. Medikal received an award he truly deserves; and that is the “Discovery of the Year” for the music video “Anthem“. The young man has worked tirelessly throughout the year and clearly deserves to be rewarded for his hard-work.
I think they rewarded the right people and for the right reasons. Criss Waddle and Stonebwoy deserved “Collaboration Of The Year” for the video “Bie Gya“, Manifest deserved “Best Special Effects” for the video “Wani Aba”, VVIP deserved “Best Directed Video” for “Dogo Yaro“, Okyeame Kwame deserved “Best Storyline” for “Small Small“, Shatta Wale deserved “Most Influential Artiste” and many more. Check out full list of winners below and leave your views in the comment box.
- Best Collaboration: Criss Waddle feat. Stonebwoy (Bie Gya)
- Best Female Video: Eazzy (Na NA)
- Best Male Video: D-black (Kotomoshi)
- Best Special Effect Video: M.anifest (Wani Aba)
- Best Gospel Video: O J
- Best Discovery Video: Medikal (Anthem)
- Best Directed Video: VVIP ft Samini (Dogo Yaro)
- Best Story Line: Okyeame Kwame (Small Small)
- Best Hiplife Video: D-Cryme (Koko Sakora)
- Best Group Video: VVIP (Alhaji)
- Best Edited Video: Guru (Samba)
- Best Photography Video: Edem (Nyedzilo)
- Best Reggae Dancehall Video: Shatta Wale (Kakai)
- Best Choreography: Guru (Samba)
- Best Highlife Video: Becca (Beshiwo)
- Best Hiphop Video: Omar Sterling (Bob Marley)
- Best African Act: AKA (Make Me Sing)
- Most Influential Artiste (Shatta Wale)
- Overall Best Video: Stonebwoy (Talk to me)