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Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel O Africa Music Video Awards, once known as Spirit of Africa Music Video Awards are Pan-African music awards organised by South Africa -based Channel O television channel. The awards were first held in 2003 under the name Reel Music Video Awards. Since 2005 the awards have been held annually.[1] The winners are voted by Channel O's viewers across the continent.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8]

2003

TITLE: - Reel Music Video Awards

VENUE: - M-Net Randburg Studios in Johannesburg, South Africa

HOSTS: -

CATEGORIES: - 23 in total

SPECIAL RECOGNITION: - Fela Kuti (Nigeria)


2004

No awards ceremony was held in this year.


2005

TITLE: - African Music Video Awards

VENUE: - Johannesburg Civic Center, South Africa

HOSTS: -

SPECIAL RECOGNITION: - Hugh Masekela (South Africa)


2006

TITLE: - Spirit of Africa Music Video Awards

VENUE: - Gallagher Estate in Johannesburg, South Africa

HOSTS: - David Kau (South Africa) and Channel O VJs

SPECIAL RECOGNITION: - Zola (South Africa)

WINNERS: -

  • Best Male Video: Lagbaja - “Never Far Away“ (Nigeria)
  • Best Female Video: Lizha James - “For All Ya“ (Mozambique)
  • Best Newcomer: D'banj - "Tongolo" (Nigeria)
  • Best Duo or Group: Malaika - "2 Bob" (South Africa)
  • Best Urban Jazz Video: Zama Jobe - "Ndawo Yami" (South Africa)
  • Best Dance Video: Dj Cleo - "Goodbye" (South Africa)
  • Best African Pop: 2Face - "Ole" (Nigeria)
  • Best African Southern: Mista Doe - "Hot To Death" (Botswana)
  • Best African West: 2Face - "Ole" (Nigeria)
  • Best African East: Jonny Ragga - "Give Me The Key" (Ethiopia)
  • Best African DJ: DJ Fresh (South Africa)
  • Best Hip Hop Video: Mode 9 (Feat. Nnena) - "Cry" (Nigeria)
  • Best Reggae Video: Lucky Dube - "Respect" (South Africa)
  • Best R&B Video: Dare - "Escalade" (Nigeria)
  • Best Kwaito Video: Brickz - "Tjovitjo" (South Africa)
  • Best Collaboration Video: Danny K & Mandoza - "Music" (South Africa)
  • Best Director: Mode 9 (Feat. Nnena) - "Cry" (Nigeria)
  • Best Special Effects: Weird MC - "Ijoya" (Nigeria)
  • Video Of The Year: Mode 9 (Feat. Nnena) - "Cry" (Nigeria)


2007

TITLE: - Spirit of Africa Music Video Awards

VENUE: - Johannesburg City Hall, South Africa

HOSTS: - D'Banj (Nigeria) and DJ S'Bu (South Africa)

SPECIAL RECOGNITION: - Oliver Mtukudzi (Zimbabwe)

WINNERS: -

  • Best Male Video: Nameless – “Sinzia” (Kenya)
  • Best Female Video: Dama Do Bling - “Danca Do Remexe” (Mozambique)
  • Best Newcomer: “The Dogg - Baby Don't Go” (Namibia)
  • Best Duo Or Group: “P-Square” - Bizzy Body (Nigeria)
  • Best Dance Video: Acid - “Banyane E Basimane” (Botswana)
  • Best Ragga Dancehall Video: Peter Miles – “Love“ (Uganda)
  • Best R&B Video: Lizha James - “Numa wa mina” (Mozambique)
  • Best Kwaito: Gazza – “Mokasie” (Namibia)
  • Best African Southern: Dama Do Bling - “Danca Do Remexe” (Mozambique)
  • Best African West: De Indispensables - “I Love U” (Nigeria)
  • Best African East: Juma Nature – Mugambo (Tanzania)
  • Best Hip-Hop Video: Scar - “Metlholo” (Botswana)
  • Best Special Effects: D'Banj - “Why Me” (Nigeria)
  • Best Director: East African Bashment Crew - “Kube” (Kenya & Uganda)
  • Video Of The Year: East African Bashment Crew - “Kube” (Kenya & Uganda)


2008

TITLE: - Spirit of Africa Music Video Awards

VENUE: - Carnival City in Johannesburg, South Africa

HOSTS: - Kabelo 'KB' Ngakane and Nonhle Thema (all from South Africa)

SPECIAL RECOGNITION: - George Lee (Ghana)

WINNERS: -

  • Best Male Video: Ikechukwu – “Wind Em Well” (Nigeria)
  • Best Female Video: Lizha James – “Nita Mukuna Nwini” (Mozambique)
  • Best Newcomer: Buffalo Souljah – “Bubble You Bumz” (Zimbabwe)
  • Best Duo Or Group: P-Square – “Do Me” (Nigeria)
  • Best Dance Video: Lady May – “Chokola” (Namibia)
  • Best Ragga Dancehall Video: Buffalo Souljah – “Bubble Your Bumz”
  • Best R&B Video: Gal Level – “Falling In Love” (Namibia)
  • Best Kwaito: The Dogg – “Can U Feel It” (Namibia)
  • Best African Southern: Freshlyground – “Pot Belly” (South Africa)
  • Best African West: M-Trill – “Bounce” (Nigeria)
  • Best African East: Witness – “Zero” (Tanzania)
  • Best Hip-Hop Video: KC Presh – “Sengemenge” (Nigeria)
  • Video Of The Year: P-Square – “Do Me” (Nigeria)

2009

TITLE: - Music Video Awards (CHOMVAs)

VENUE: - Carnival City in Gauteng, South Africa

HOSTS: - Kabelo 'KB' Ngakane, Nonhle Thema and Lungile 'Lungsta' Radu (all from South Africa)

SPECIAL RECOGNITION: - Brenda Fassie (South Africa)

WINNERS: -

  • Best Male Video: Darey - “Not the Girl” (Nigeria)
  • Best Female Video: Sasha - “Only One” (Nigeria)
  • Best Newcomer: Khuli - “Tswak Stik'em” (South Africa)
  • Best Duo Or Group: Buffalo Souljah & Taygrin & Gal Level - “My Type Of Girl” (Zimbabwe, Malawi, Namibia)
  • Best Dance Video: Lady May - “Ndota” (Namibia)
  • Best Ragga Dancehall Video: Buffalo Souljah - “Judgment” (Zimbabwe)
  • Best R&B Video: Darey - “Not the Girl” (Nigeria)
  • Best Afro Pop: Gal Level - “Touch Me” (Namibia)
  • Best Kwaito: Gazza feat. Bleksem - “Passop” (Namibia, South Africa)
  • Best African Southern: Lizha James - “Estilo Xakhale” (Mozambique)
  • Best African West: Ikechukwu - “Shoobeedoo” (Nigeria)
  • Best African East: XOD - “I Want You Back” (Uganda)
  • Best Hip-Hop Video: Zeus - “Gijima” (Botswana)
  • Video Of The Year: Naeto C - “Ki Ni Big Deal” (Nigeria)


2010

Winners

  • Best Male Video: Black Coffee (feat Zakes Bantwini) - "Juju" (South Africa)
  • Best Female Video: Mo'Cheddah (feat Othello) - "If You Want Me" (Nigeria)
  • Best Newcomer: L-Tido (feat T-P) - "Calling" (South Africa)
  • Best Duo Or Group: P-Square (feat J-Martins) - "E No Easy" (Nigeria)
  • Best Dance Video: Liquideep - "Fairytale" (South Africa)
  • Best Ragga Dancehall Video: General Pype (Feat Naeto C, Vector, Sasha, Da Grin and GT) - "Champion (Remix)" (Nigeria)
  • Best R&B Video: Urban Reign - "Addicted" (South Africa)
  • Best Afro Pop: D'banj - "Fall in Love" (Nigeria)
  • Best Kwaito: Big Nuz and DJ Tira - "Umlilo" (South Africa)
  • Best African Southern: Pro - "Sekele" (South Africa)
  • Best African West: 2face Idibia - "Implications" (Nigeria)
  • Best African East: Obita and Loyiso - "Everybody Dance" (South Africa)
  • Best Hip-Hop Video: Naeto C - "Ako Mi Ti Poju" (Nigeria)
  • Video Of The Year: Teargas - "Party 101" (South Africa)

2011

Winners

  • Most Gifted Dance Video: Darey - "Ba Ni Ki Di" (Nigeria)
  • Most Gifted Kwaito Video: The Dogg - "This Is My Time" (Namibia)
  • Most Gifted African West Video: Naeto C - "Ten Over Ten" (Nigeria)
  • Most Gifted Newcomer Video: Ice Prince/Brymo - "Oleku" (Nigeria)
  • Most Gifted Video of The Year: Zakes Bantwini - "Wasting My Time" (South Africa)
  • Most Gifted Hip Hop Video: AKA - "Victory Lap" (South Africa)
  • Most Gifted Male Video: D'banj featuring Snoop Dogg - "Mr Endowed (Remix)" (Nigeria)
  • Most Gifted Female Video: Lira - "Phakade" (South Africa)
  • Most Gifted Duo, Group or Featuring Video: Hip Hop Pantsula, Teargas and Liquideep - "Born For This" (South Africa)
  • Most Gifted Afro Pop Video: Theo - "Ukhona" (South Africa)
  • Most Gifted African Southern Video: Liquideep - "Settle For Less" (South Africa)
  • Most Gifted R&B Video: Banky W. featuring M.I - "Feeling It" (Nigeria)
  • Most Gifted African East Video: Keko, Radio and Weasel - "How We Do It (remix)" (Uganda)
  • Most Gifted Ragga Dancehall Video: Samini - "Dadiekye" (Ghana)

2012

Winners

2013

Winners

  • Most Gifted Kwaito Video: Professor featuring Oskido and Character - "Fingerprints" (RSA)
  • Most Gifted Ragga/Dancehall Video: P-Unit featuring Collo - "You Guy (Dat Dendai)" (Kenya)
  • Most Gifted RnB Video: Banky W. - "Yes/No" (Nigeria)
  • Most Gifted Hip-Hop Video: AKA - "Jealousy" (RSA)
  • Most Gifted Dance Video: Mafikizolo featuring Uhuru - "Khona" (RSA)
  • Most Gifted Afro-Pop Video: The Soil featuring Zakwe - "Inkomo" (RSA)
  • Most Gifted African East Video: P-Unit featuring Collo - "You Guy (Dat Dendai)" (Kenya)
  • Most Gifted African West Video: P-Square - "Alingo" (Nigeria)
  • Most Gifted African South Video: Oskido featuring Candy - "Tsa-Mandebele" (RSA)
  • Most Gifted Newcomer Video: Khaya Mthethwa - "Move" (RSA)
  • Most Gifted Duo/Group?Featuring Video: ZoneFam - "Contolola" (Zambia)
  • Most Gifted Female Video: Zonke - "Feelings" (RSA)
  • Most Gifted Male Video: Zeus featuring AKA and Tumi - "#DatsWasup" (Botswana and RSA)
  • Most Gifted Video Of The Year: Wizkid - "Azonto" (Nigeria)

2014

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.modernghana.com/music/5237/3/about-channel-o-spirit-of-africa-music-video-award.mgl About Channel O Spirit of Africa Music Video Awards
  2. ^ BBC: Channel O Spirit Of Africa Music Video Awards 2006
  3. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/africabeyond/africaonyourstreet/features/17796.shtml
  4. ^ http://museke.com/index.php?q=node/1534]
  5. ^ http://museke.com/node/2243
  6. ^ http://beta.mnet.co.za/channelo/ChannelArticle.aspx?AId=25257
  7. ^ http://mva.channelo.tv/2010/11/and-the-winners-are
  8. ^ http://channelo.dstv.com/2011/11/full-list-of-2011-channel-o-mva-winners

External links

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