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VGMA 2023: Early Winners Emerge for Artiste of the Year Category

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The Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) 2023 is currently ongoing, with some early winners emerging from the Artiste of the Year category. The competition for this coveted award is still fierce as the event progresses, leaving fans and industry watchers in suspense.

Several nominees have already won awards in different categories, including Piesie Esther, Sarkodie, Black Sherif, Camidoh, and Stonebwoy. All of them have won their first VGMA awards for the night, making the event a memorable one for them.

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Piesie Esther clinched the Best Gospel Song of the Year award with her hit song “Waye Me Yie.” Sarkodie, a veteran in the Ghanaian music industry, won the Best Collaboration of the Year award for his song “Countryside” featuring Black Sherif, one of the fast-rising stars in the industry.

Black Sherif also won the Best Hip-Hop Song of the Year award for his hit song “KWEKU THE TRAVELLER,” while Camidoh won the International Collaboration of the Year award featuring Mayorkun, Darkoo, and King Promise. Stonebwoy clinched the Best Afropop Song of the Year award, a testament to his immense talent and hard work.

Aside from the Artiste of the Year category, other winners emerged in various categories. Perez Music won the Best Male Vocal Performance award, while Niella clinched the Best Female Vocal Performance award. Lasmid won the Best Hiplife Song of the Year award, and MOGBeatz emerged as the Producer of the Year. Epixode also won the Best Reggae/Dancehall Song of the Year award.

These awards are a testament to the hard work, creativity, and dedication of these artists to the Ghanaian music industry. Fans and industry watchers have described their wins as well-deserved, as they continue to push the boundaries and set new standards for excellence.

The VGMA 2023 is indeed a night of glitz, glamour, and unforgettable performances from talented and hardworking artists. For the most part, the awards have been a celebration of creativity, excellence, and the best of Ghanaian music.

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