It’s nearly the stop of the #SAMA26 exciting five day-virtual musical extravaganzas, which kicked off on Monday.
It’s been a roller-coaster journey with peeps threatening to boycott the South African Music Awards (SAMAs) due to the truth their fave, internationally regarded “Jerusalema” with the useful resource of Limpopo born singer Master KG was now not protected in the nomination list, then again the exhibit goes on.
The fourth instalment kicked off with rapper AKA emerging high-quality as he bagged the Music Video of the Year award for his hit single “Jika”, which used to be as soon as voted for with the aid of way of the public.
The song points Yanga Chief, who walked away with the Best Hip Hop Album award for his EP, “Becoming A Popstar”, on Wednesday.
Gospel legend Bishop Benjamin Dube acquired the Lifetime Achievement award for his incredible contribution to the tune industry.
With a occupation spanning over three decades, the legendary singer devoted his lifestyles to spreading the message of hope through music.
His first live album, “I Feel Like Going On” used to be a platinum vendor and he boasts a following at some stage in the borders of the African continent, USA, Sweden, Netherlands, France, Australia, Japan and the UK.
Platinum-selling artist Ami Faku was once honoured with the coveted Female Artist of the Year for her debut album, “Imali”.