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Full list of award winners at Bass Awards 2017

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The 2017 Bass Awards will be remembered for not only Stonebwoy winning 4 awards but also for some dreadful MCing.

The silver lining in this dark stormy clouds was the performances by Sweden based Ghanaian Aurelia Dey and her band, Mz Vee and some underground artistes.

Epixode could well have been in this category had he not blabbed a lot about he being the best performer. When the award for the best performer came the name on it didn’t even start with an ‘E’.

Here is the full list of the award winners:

Riddim Of The Year – Ire Bus (Kaskis)

Alternative Song Of the Year Winner – Nat Abbey ( One Love)

Female Vocalist Of The Year Winner – Ebony (Kupe)

Male Vocalist Of The Year Winner – Knii Lante

Producer Of The Year Winner – Mix Master Garzy

Songwriter Of The Year Winner – Blakk Rasta

Reggae Collaboration Of The Year Winner – Mz Vee feat. Black Prophet (Nobody Else)

Dancehall Collaboration Of The Year Winner – AK Songstress feat. Zeal (Happy Day)

Reggae Video Of The Year Winner – Ras Kuuku (Bad System)

Dancehall Video Of The Year Winner – Stonebwoy (People Dey)

Best Performer Of The Year Winner – Stonebwoy

Reggae Song Of The Year Winner – Rudebwoy Ranking (Pain Dem)

Reggae Artiste Of The Year Winner – Ras Kuuku

Discovery Of The Year Winner – Xhila Roy

Dancehall Song Of The Year Winner – Stonebwoy (Talk To Me)

Best International Act Winner – Patoranking

Reggae Album Of The Year – Stonebwoy (Livingstone)

Yaa Asantewaa Award (Record Of The Year) – Black Prophet

Lifetime Achievement Award – Nana Appiah Mensah CEO of Zylofon Media.

Kwame Nkrumah Artiste Of The Year Award – Ebony

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B Ray Drew debuts with F-70 EP

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B Ray Drew debuts with F-70 EP. Photo Credit: B Ray Drew/Twitter

Making his debut in the Ghanaian music industry is B Ray Drew, a rap artist with a challenging childhood.

Born in the culture-rich city of Kumasi, B Ray Drew got hooked onto music at an early age during which he stayed in many neighbourhoods in the Ashanti regional capital.

This helped him pick up bits and pieces of musical influences from each neighbourhood he lived in. these helped in shaping up his style of rap and music.

B Ray Drew started off by rapping to friends in Junior High School and Senior High School. the positive feedback he got led him into taking music up as a career right after senior high school.

The talented rapper is now out with his debut 5-track EP titled ‘F-70’.

F-70 EP, a blend of Twi, English, and Pidgin, was produced by some of Ghana’s creative music producers; Ipappi and Unknown Beat.

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A wildlife experience with BRYAN THE MENSAH

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If you have never experienced BRYAN THE MENSAH perform in concert, then November 17th, 2018 is your opportunity to. (more…)

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You need to listen to Y Blaq’s Liquor & Gimme Dat

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You need to listen to Y Blaq's Liquor & Gimme Dat

Y Blaq; one of the promising names on Ghana’s music scene in recent times has this year released two great songs that got people talking. (more…)

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