Patapaa has been crowned Artiste of the Year at the just ended Central Music Awards in Cape Coast.
The hiplife artiste and songwriter also won the Best Collaboration award with his song titled ‘Sweet Honey’ which featured Stonebwoy.
In addition to that, Patapaa’s manager, Free Body, was also adjudged the Manager of the Year.
‘Daavi Ne Ba’ the song which birthed the popular statement ‘scopatuma’ won the Most Popular Song of the Year.
The event venue, the Centre for National Culture, hosted various music lovers and stakeholders whose prime purpose was to celebrate the musicians and songs produced and released from the region during the entertainment calendar.
The night saw thrilling performances from Kobby Symple, Roy X, among others.
The Central Music Awards is designed to celebrate and honour the unique eﬀorts of musicians and entertainment personalities in the Central Region and also around the globe.
This event, has over the last eight editions, grown to become the biggest event in Central Region nurturing talents and honouring, unique talents and trailblazers.
The maiden regional awards scheme which started as Obama City Music but now as Central Music Awards seeks to award the efforts of various hard-working musicians from the region and Ghana at large.
Below is the full list of award winners:
Artiste of the Year – Patapaa
New Artiste of the year – Jodiba
Song of the year – Teacher Bele (Orkotor Perry)
Best Music Video of the Year – Yewo Adze a Oye – Dj Pakorich feat. All-stars
Best Collaboration of the Year- Patapaa – Sweet Honey ft. Stonebwoy
Rapper Of the year – Lokal – Find your way
High Life Song Of the year- Roy X Taylor – Awomlege
Best Producer Of the year- UndaBeat
Most Popular GH song of the year – Kawoula ft Pataapa – Daavi ne ba
Best International Act of the Year -Quaku Dsoul (USA)
Hiplife song of the Year – Size Zero – One man thousand
Sound Engineer of the Year – Eka 1
Best Group of the Year – 1 heart
Best Campus Event House – TS Media
Best Campus DJ – DJ 3POINT
Life Time Award – Uncle Ato
Best DJ of The Year – DJ Lomo
Dancehall Song of The Year – Yaa Shuga
Reggae Song of The Year – Ras Structure
Best Hip Hop Song of The Year – Skyty Nero
Life Time Award of The Year – Uncle Ato
Female Vocalist of The Year – Aunty Gh
Best Blogger of The Year – Abdul Optimistic
Gospel Artiste Of The Year – Sir Solomon
Gospel Song Of The Year – Agnes Nyaniba