Thanks to George Da Soulchild-kaufela for this up to date list of winners last night!
The picture – Slap Dee – triple winner!
The Zambian Music Awards honour achievements in the recording arts and support the Zambian music industry without regard to album sales or chart position. Here is the full winners list of the ZMAs held last night.
First award of the night was the lifetime achievement award, awarded Father Mitah. (Post-humously)
•Next up was the award for best club DJ which was won by DJ Creejay
•Best famale radio dj went to Lady MC from radio 4.
•Best Male radio DJ went to Dazzle also from radio 4.
•Best choral album went to Mt Sinai
•Best collaboration on a song went to chef 187,Pilato and Afunika – Kumwesu.
•Best Kalindula album went to James Chamanyazi’s – Anthi Ndiwo album.
•Best dancehall album went to B’flo – Voiceless woman.
•Best RnB album went to Roberto’s -My name is.
•Best HipHop/Rap album was won by Slap Dee’s – The business album.
•Best male mainstream album was won by Slap Dee -The business.
•Best Gospel album went to Magg 44.
•Best Niyatu album was won by Afunika.
•Best song writer went to Roberto.
•Best Jazz album went to uncle Rex for his “Fellowship” album.
•Best live recording album went to the Sakala Brothers – Born In Matero..
•Best female mainstream went to Judy.
•Best Mainstream album was won by Slap Dee.
•Best female gospel artist was won by Karen.
•Best male artist went to Pompi.
•Best new artist was won by Alphonzo aka muzo.
•Song of the year was won by Chief,Afunika and pilato -Kumwesu.
The show was graced by great performances by Mumba Yachi, Pilato, Salma, Roberto, Ruff Maids, Abel Musuka and Marky2 just to mention a few.
Once again Marky2 was the biggest loser on the night he walked away empty handed while his biggest rival Slap Dee scored a hat trick.
I am very certain there’s more reaction to come this whole week on tweeter,facebook from fans and those that watched last nights awards.
The ZMA’s are sponsored by Mosi Lager.
We congratulate all the nominees and winner because we love Zambian music