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The 7th Annual edition of the South African Hip Hop Awards (SAHHA) has been concluded at Gold Reef City Casino in Johannesburg.
The awards which took place on Wednesday evening at Johannesburg saw RapLyf Boss, Kwesta A.K.A K1 God, was slated to have a great night. Kwestawon won six plaque at the night for the various categories he was nominated especially the biggest ones; Best Video, Hustler of the Year, and Song of the Year “Spirit” featuring Wale.
Nasty C can now add Album of the Year onto his growing list of accomplishments for 2018. His “Strings and Bling” album got him that high recognition.
Moozlie, who has faced a lot of criticism for the quality of her music, walked away with the Best Female award, beating Rouge to the podium.
See Lists Of Winners Below
Outrageous Records – this is a lifetime achievement award for those who contributed in the development of SA Hip Hop and are still active
Kwesta – this is for the most bankable artist in monetary terms through achievements.
BEST LOCAL BRAND
SGOD – this is for a South African clothing brand that is strictly Hip Hop.
BEST INTERNATIONAL BRAND
Castle Lite Unlocked – this is for an international corporate brand that is playing a role in the development of SA Hip Hop
BEST DANCE CREW
Survivor Dance Crew – the Hip Hop dance crew that achieved the most in the past year
PROMOTER OF THE YEAR
Pop Bottles – consistent promoter with most impactful and successful Hip Hop events in the past 12 months.
DJ OF THE YEAR
DJ Speedsta – this is for the DJ who contributed immensely to SA Hip Hop in the past 12 months, be it on radio, clubs or sessions
ALBUM OF THE YEAR
Nasty C – “Strings & Bling” – originality, popularity, quality, visibility, sales, impact, melody and composition
Big Zulu – this is for a rapper who emerged for the first time and blew up the scene in the past 12 months.
MIXTAPE OF THE YEAR
Stogie T – “Honey & Pain” – popularity, quality, visibility, impact
HUSTLER OF THE YEAR
Kwesta – endorsements or any other achievements acquired through Hip Hop
LYRICIST OF THE YEAR
Stogie T – “Honey & Pain” – consistent lyricism throughout the past 12months, solid lyrical repertoire
Dbongz – pieces done in the past 12 months,originality, creativity and message relevance
PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
Gemini Major – Number of singles, quality, quantity,arrangement, innovation, impact
Kwesta ft Wale – Spirit – the most popular rap song collaborated by 2 or more artists
Moozlie – female rapper consistent in the past 12 months with radio singles, videos, performances and a solid album, mixtape or EP
Nasty C – male rapper consistent in the past 12 months with radio singles, videos, performances and a solid album
BEST HIP HOP RADIO SHOW
Motsweding FM – Local content, SA Hip Hop development, listenership,relevance and quality. This is 100% judged by the public.
Kwesta ft Wale – “Spirit” – quality, storyline, relevance, airplay, YouTube hits.
SONG OF THE YEAR
Kwesta ft Wale – “Spirit” – airplay, popularity, quality, relevance, impact, originality
BEST DIGITAL SALES
Kwesta – best selling song or album on iTunes and other digital stores
Zakwe – “Sebentin Remix” – best Remixed song.
Cassper Nyovest – Fill Up FNB – a significant stage or event in the development of something.