Livingstone Etse Satekla known in his Reggae and Dancehall genre as Stonebwoy has revealed that he will beat his colleague art, Shatta Wale at the just ended 20th edition of Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
The fracas, which transpired between Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale saw Stonebwoy mounting back on stage to address patrons gathered at the Accra International Conference Centre [AICC].
According to Stonebwoy “when it comes to fighting Shatta Wale can’t stand me… I will beat him and chew him like Gari”.
Stonebwoy won “Reggae and Dancehall Artistes Of Year” as he beat Shatta Wale, Epixode, and Ak Songstress.
Check out the winners below:
Traditional Artiste of the Year – Kwan Pa
Instrumentalist of the Year – Mr Okyere
Lifetime Achievement Award – Dr Rev Mrs Mary Ghansah
Lifetime Achievement Award – Obuoba J.A. Adofo and
Lifetime Achievement Award – Prof Kofi Abraham
Unsung Artiste of the Year – Kula
Gospel Song of the Year – Diana Hamilton for ‘Mo Ne Yo’
Highlife Song of the Year – Shatta Wale for ‘My Level’.
Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year – Shatta Wale for ‘Gringo’
Hip-hop Song of the Year – Kwesi Arthur for ‘Anthem’
Hiplife Song of the Year – ‘Obiaa Wone Master’ by Yaa Pono feat Stonebwoy
Diana Hamilton – Gospel Artiste of the Year
Hiplife/Hip-pop Artiste of the Year – Medikal
Highlife Artiste of the Year – Kuame Eugene
Afropop song of the Year – ‘Akwaaba’ – Mr Eazi, Patapaa, Pappy Kojo
Reggae Dancehall Artiste of the Year – Stonebwoy
Artiste of the Decade – Sarkodie!
Album of the Year award -‘Rockstar’ by Kuami Eugene
Best African Collaboration of the Year award – AKWAABA’ by Guilty Beatz ft. Patapaa, Pappy Kojo and Mr Eazi
Group of the Year – Bethel Revival Choir
Best Rapper – Medikal
African Artiste of the Year – Burna Boy
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