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Ghana Music Awards UK 2023 Winners

ghana music awards uk 2023 winners

Ghana Music Awards UK 2023

Full List of Winners at Ghana Music Awards UK 2023 (GMA UK 2023)

Gospel music took center stage and received well-deserved recognition, particularly for Piesie Esther, who received multiple accolades. Her soul-stirring track “Wayε Me Yie” earned her the Gospel Song of The Year award, and she also clinched the titles of Gospel Artiste of The Year and Songwriter of The Year.

The night’s festivities extended beyond gospel music, with various genres being acknowledged and celebrated. The emerging talent, Black Sherif, secured the title of Hiplife/Hip Hop Artiste of The Year, while Akwaboah charmed the audience and won the Highlife Artiste of The Year award.

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The ever-talented Sarkodie was honored as the Best Rapper of the Year and also received recognition for his exceptional collaboration with Black Sherif on “Country Side,” earning the Best Collaboration of the Year award.

The coveted Artist of the Year award was claimed by the iconic Ghanaian Reggae, Dancehall/Afrobeats sensation, Shatta Wale. His victory came after prevailing against a formidable lineup of nominees, which included Black Sherif, Piesie Esther, Stonebwoy, Sarkodie, and King Promise.

The event served not only as a platform for local recognition but also highlighted the global impact of Ghanaian artists.

In the UK-based categories, there was recognition for talents making waves internationally, with artists like Charles Kalah and Alice McKenzie receiving prestigious awards for their exceptional contributions to the diaspora.

Artiste of the Year (GMA UK 2023)

Shatta Wale [Winner]

Uncovered Artiste of The Year (GMA UK 2023)

Essi [Winner]

New Artiste of The Year (GMA UK 2023)

Lasmid [Winner]

Most Popular Song of the Year

Fa No Fom – DJ Azonto [Winner]

Best Rapper of the Year

Sarkodie – Country Side ft. Black Sherif [Winner]

Best Collaboration of the Year

Sarkodie – Country Side ft. Black Sherif [Winner]

Producer of the Year

Nacee [Winner]

Songwriter of the Year

Piesie Esther – Wayε Me Yie [Winner]

Instrumentalist of the Year

Dominic Quarchie – Wayε Me Yie by Piesie Esther [Winner]

Best Music Video of the Year

Piesie Esther – Wayε Me Yie [Winner]

Most Dominant Fan Base of the Year

Shatta Movement [Winner]

UK Based Artiste of the Year

Charles Kalah [Winner]

UK Based Live Performance Band of the Year

The Compozers [Winner]

UK Based Best Collaboration of the Year

Samuel Sey – Agyenkwa Hene ft Efe Grace [Winner]

UK Based Producer of the Year

Ephraim Beatz [Winner]

UK Based Songwriter of the Year

Ohene – Say I Do [Winner]

UK Based Afrobeats/Afropop Artiste of the Year

Charles Kalah [Winner]

UK Based Afrobeats/Afropop Song of the Year

My Girl (Remix) – GoldKay ft. David Jay [Winner]

UK Based Highlife Artiste of the Year

Ohene [Winner]

UK Based Highlife Song of the Year

So Much Love – Black Kat Gh feat. Kwabena Kwabena [Winner]

UK New Artiste of The Year

Mayqueen [Winner]

UK-Based Uncovered Artiste of the Year

Yaw Bossman [Winner]

UK Based Gospel Artiste of the Year

Alice McKenzie [Winner]

UK Based Gospel Song of the Year

Blessed – Joseph Matthew [Winner]

UK Based Best DJ

DJ P Montana [Winner]

Ghanaian Contemporary Act of The Year

K.O.G (Kweku Of Ghana) [Winner]

Best Touring Band

Santrofi band [Winner]

The 2023 Ghana Music Awards UK owed its success to the generous backing of Taabea Herbal Mixture, a brand renowned for its commitment to wellness and the promotion of Ghanaian talent.

Serving as the primary sponsor, Taabea Herbal Mixture played a crucial role in bringing this magnificent musical celebration to life.



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Gimme by Xnaiq Ft Oseikrom Sikanii

Campaign by Shatta Wale

Goodsin Remix by Olivetheboy Ft King Promise, Oxlade & Reekado Banks

Overthinking by Kofi Kinaata

Otan by Sarkodie

Monica by Kuami Eugene

Kwaku Ananse (Remix) by Amerado Ft Fameye

Fallen Angel by Smallgod & Black Sherif

O’Kenneth & XlimKid – Lonely Road

Masesa by Jay Bahd Ft Skyface SDW & Kwaku DMC

Murder Line by Mr Logic (Shatta Wale Diss)

YAYA by Black Sherif

Sika Aba Fie by King Paluta

Oh No by Black Sherif

Prepare by Kwesi Amewuga

LandGuard by Kwesi Amewuga

Ting Ting by Oseikrom Sikanii

Tompoo by Kwesi Amewuga

Rent Free by Gyakie

Ahaban by Kwesi Amewuga

Osama by Kwame Nut Ft Kwesi Amewuga

Bad Boy by Lasmid

Butta My Bread by JZyNo Ft Lasmid

Case (Remix) by Mr Drew Ft Mophty

Africa Money by Wendy Shay

Victory by Joyce Blessing

Simmer Down by Black Sherif

Insha Allah by Okyeame Kwame Ft King Paluta

Eye Nwanwa by Guru Nkz

Feelings by Kwesi Amewuga

Terminator (Remix) by King Promise Ft Sean Paul & Tiwa Savage

Akohwie (Remix) by Ypee Ft Jhade Stone

Gangalia by Jay Bahd Ft Shatta Wale

Woto Woto Seasoning by Odumodublvck Ft Black Sherif

Meye Dae Metumi by Nana Adobea Sikapa

On My Way by Mophty

Pain by Kweku Darlington

Yeye by Article Wan

Sika (Money) by Ara-B Ft Grey

Masei Ho by Broda Sammy


Sampson Halm

Sampson Halm is a Ghanaian blogger.

Halm grew up in Takoradi, a city located in the Western Region of Ghana. He received his early education at Bethel Methodist Primary & J.H.S in Takoradi. For his higher education, he enrolled at Takoradi Technical University, where he successfully earned an HND in purchasing and supply.

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