KORA All-Africa Music Awards, the African continent’s first and premier award ceremony in the musical arts has announced the nominees in the 26 categories for her 2016 edition. The award ceremony taking place at the Windhoek Country Club in Namibia has partnered with Soundcity TV Africa as official Broadcast Media. The Award Ceremony which is set to take place on the 20th of March 2016, and will form part of the host country – Namibia’s annual National Day celebrations would be televised live on SoundcityTV – Channel 327 on DSTV, GOtv Channel 75 and her digital platforms across 55 countries.
SoundcityTV delivers the very best of Culture, Music, Entertainment and Lifestyle to a worldwide audience, a fitting for the KORA All-Africa Awards.
“We are excited about the partnership to take the 2016 KORA All-Africa Award to 55 countries and to our over 40 million audience via the live broadcast and digital platforms,” said Mr. Tajuddeen Adepetu, who is Chief Executive at Consolidated Media Associates and Executive Producer at SoundcityTV Africa. “We are inspired by the incredible work of KORA team over the last 12 years and then by 2016 crop of nominees for the award. Next year’s ceremony would be nothing short of spectacular even to audience who would be tuned in from their homes via SoundcityTV.”
The 2016 KORA All-Africa Awards’ nomination list released via @SoundcityTV twitter account and on the koraawards.com
website on the 3rd of November, 2015 saw over a 100 of the most promising and gifted artistes nominated across the four regions of the continent.
Nigerian artistes and categories they are nominated are: Reekado Banks for Most Promising Male Artist of Africa; Yemi Alade for Most Promising Female Artist of Africa; P-Square for Legendary Award; Tiwa Savage, Flavour N’abania and Korede Bello for Best Video; Lara George for Best Female – Spiritual Music; Flavour scores a second nomination for ‘Best Male – West Africa’ alongside Davido; Tiwa Savage is also nominated for ‘Best Female – West Africa’ while Bracket are up for Best Group of Africa; The trio of BNG are nominated for Best Group – Spiritual; Mavins’ ‘Adaobi’ is nominated for Best Collaboration.
The countdown begins!
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