The 6th All Africa Music Awards, AFRIMA was held on November 23rd, 2019, at the Eko Convention Centre of Eko Hotels and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
Winners of the event were announced from 36 categories which include; Best Male artists, Best female artists, Best Album in Africa and others.
The various awards were given both on the Continental and Regional levels.
AFRIMA also gave out the Legendary awards, which is recognition of individuals who have impacted positively to the world using their craft in the music, arts and culture industry.
This years’ Legendary awards recipients are international Congolese music veteran, Awilo Longomba; and Nigerian music icon, 2Baba.
Check out the full list of winners below:
Best Female East Africa – Akothee
Best Collaboration – Burna Boy x Zlatan – Killing Dem
Afrimma Video of The Year – Rema – Dumebi
Best Lusophone – Nelson Freitas
Best New Act – Zlatan
Best Rap Act – Phyno
Best African Group – Toofan
Best Video Director – Sasha Vybz
Best Male Southern Africa – MasterKG
Best Francophone – DJ Arafat
Song of The Year – Burna Boy x Zlatan – Killin Dem
Best Male Central Africa – Fally Ipupa
Best Male East Africa – Ommy Dimpoz
Best African Reggae Dancehall Artist – Stonebwoy
Artist of The Year – Burna Boy
Radio/TV Personality of the Year – Willy Tuva
Transformational Leadership Award – Governor Hassan Ali Joho
AFRIMMA Community Leadership Award – Rep. Helen Giddings
AFRIMMA Community Impact Award – Prince Ned Nwoko
Best Female West Africa – Aya Nakamura
Best Female Central Africa – Daphne
Best Female Southern Africa – Sho Madjozi
Crossing Boundaries with Music Award – Davido
Best Gospel Artist – Mercy Chinwo
Best Dj Africa – Dj Man Renas
Best African Dj USA – Dj Poison Ivy
Music Producer of The Year – Kel-P
Best African Dancer – Izzy Odigie
Best Live Act – Diamond Platnumz
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