The SAMA26 #ForThaCraft and #ForTheStreets winners announced
The festivities continue as the #SAMA26 ceremony inches closer to an end. This entire week, the iconic award ceremony went virtual with Dineo Moeketsi and Donavan Goliath hosting 4 nights so far. The show can be viewed on Vodacom’s My Muze app as well as Channel 161 (Mzansi Magic) at 21:30.
The third instalment of the Samas was dedicated to music in the pop, Hip-Hop and Kwaito domain. Mlindo The vocalist walked away with the best selling artist for his magnificent debut offering, Emakhaya. Yanga Chief proved the naysayers wrong and took home the coveted Best Hip Hop Album award for his stunning EP, Becoming A Superstar.
The fourth installment was dedicated to artists who cultivate a sound, a look and a wave for others to follow. AKA took home the award for Music Video Of The Year alongside Yanga Chief for Jika, while Ami Faku won for Female Artist Of The Year for her debut offering, Imali.
Check out the lit of winners below!
|Best Kwaito Album:||Ikhenani by DJ Tira|
|Beste Pop Album:||#Partytjiedier by Kurt Darren|
|Best Pop Album:||Ghost by Mathew Mole|
|Best Hip Hop Album:||Becoming A Popstar by Yanga Chief|
|Best Selling DVD||Volume 23 Live at CTICC by Joyous Celebration|
|Best Selling Artist:||Mlindo the Vocalist for Emakhaya|
|Lifetime Achievement Award||Dan Tshanda|
|Best Live Audio Visual Recording||Glory in His Presence by Benjamin Dube|
|Best Engineered Album||Into Dust/Waltz for Jozi by Peter Auret|
|Best Classical Album||Andaluza – Music of Spain III by James Grace|
|Female Artist of the Year||Ami Faku for Imali|
|Best Produced Music Video||Fetch Your Life by Ofentse Mwase|
|Music Video Of The Year||Jika by AKA featuring Yanga Chief|
|Lifetime Achievement Award||Benjamin Dube|
Tonight the last installment of the awards airs. Will you be watching?