Whoever came with the new dance called Vosho should be gracing in glory.
The most song that received much airwaves on radio, television and various social media named “club controller” which many expected to have won the album of the year still leaves many dancing.
The dreadlocked one under the name Prince Kaybee has won the Male Artist of the year.
However, Busiswa took the Best Kwaito Album of the year.
The energetic musician based at Afrotainment which is led by the multi-award winner Dj Tira.
Best African Artist Album went to Simphiwe Dana.
Lady Zamar took the Best Dance Album.
Favourites Hip Hop starts, Cassper Nyovest who gained extra popularity by filling venues and Kwesta among others are the humble pie when Shane Eagle scooped the Best HipHop album.
Best Pop Album went to Tresor. Best R&B/Soul/Reggae Album was taken by Afrotraction.
Andile KaMajola took the Best Traditional Faith Music, while Best Maskandi Album went to Abafana Baka Mgqumeni.
Best Jazz Album was taken by Nduduzo Mkhathini.
Afro Pop multi-award winners and global travelled Mafikolo took the Afro Pop Album.
The Best Live Audio Visual Recording went to another award winner Donald.
Best Collaboration and highest AirPlay Composer’s Award went to another popular song Akanamali by Sun_EL Musician featuring Samthing Soweto.
Shekhinah took the Female artist of the year, newcomer of the year and album of the year.
Advocate Steve Kekana, multi-award winner and international acclaimed Mbongeni Ngema received the Lifetinme Achivement Award. The late Letona Spokes Hlatswayo (Spokes H) was also honoured from his grave with a similar award.
And the most awaited record of the year went to Distruction Boyz.