Davido, Burna Boy, Nasty C Top 2019 AFRIMA Continental Nominees’ List

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Updated August 26, 2019

Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido and Damini Ogulu with the stage name Burna Boy have scored high nominations in AFRIMA Continental Nominees’ List of 2019.

Also South African rapper and producer, Nasty C and Northern Africa’s showman, Tamer Hosny made the top list of the nominations.

The list was released by the International Committee of the All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA, on Sunday.

The Continental categories are made up of the different genres of African music from Hip-Hop, Jazz, R’n’B, Pop and Reggae, Ragga and Dancehall to other coveted categories such as ‘Song of the Year’, ‘Album of the Year’, ‘Producer of the Year’ and ‘Best African Collaboration’ among others.

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Over 200 songs have been nominated from a variety of artistes in the Continental and Regional categories cutting across a host of African talents and creative living on the continent and in the diaspora.

South Africa’s Nasty C leads the nominations with nine nominations in the following categories; Best Male Artiste in Southern Africa, Artiste of the Year in Africa, Song of the Year in Africa, Producer of the Year in Africa, Best African Rapper/Lyricist, Best African Collaboration, Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African Hip-Hop, Songwriter of the Year in Africa and Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African R’n’B & Soul.

Nigeria’s Davido follows closely with six nominations which include; Best Male Artiste in Western Africa, Artiste of the Year in Africa, Song of the Year in Africa, African Fans’ Favourite, Best Artiste, Duo or Group in African R’n’B & Soul, and Best African Collaboration for ‘Blow My Mind with Chris Brown’.

Killin Dem’ cronner, Burna Boy picked up five different nominations which are Best Male Artiste in Western Africa, Artiste of the Year in Africa, Song of the Year in Africa, Album of the Year in Africa and Best African Collaboration.

Egyptian artiste, Tamer Hosny copped four nominations in the following categories; Best Male Artiste in Northern Africa, Artiste of the Year in Africa, Song of the Year in Africa, and Songwriter of the Year in Africa.

Other artistes with multiple nominations include Diamond Platnumz who accrued four nominations and South Africa’s producer and DJ, Prince Kaybee with five spots.

The public voting for the sixth AFRIMA Nominees stands a chance to win the 23.9 Carat Gold-Plated AFRIMA trophy commences on September 1 and closes on November 22.












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