The ‘Make am’ hit maker, Maccasio has been up to his game and doing so well, he recently featured his Godfather and Dancehal Ruler Shatta Wale on his project and comes another collaborations with popular music group Mugueez which got him this award; (The Reggae/Dancehall Song of The Year – Dagomba Girl – Maccasio Ft. Mugeez) and many giants artistes he has worked with.
He is a celebrated musician in the Northern Region and arch rival to Fancy Gadam ‘King of the North’ in the music industry.
Tamale-based hiplife/dancehall artiste Sherif Abdul Majeed , popularly known in the music fraternity as Maccasio, has won Reggae/Dancehall Song at the just ended Ghana Music Awards’19 UK in London.
Maccsio won the award over the big artistes like Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy and Stonebwoy.
He has also appeared on many musical concerts held in the country and performed with music stars like Sarkodie, Shatta Wale, Kwesi Arthur among others.
The just ended Ghana Music Awards UK 2019 show honoured a powerful and show-stopping line-up of artists, entertainers, & cultural icons across more than 30 categories at the 4th Annual Ghana Music Awards UK.
The fun filled night also saw the very best in entertainment and culture with performances and appearances by some of the biggest names across television, film and music.
If you missed out, here are your 2019 Ghana Music Awards UK Winners:
•African Artiste of The Year – Burna Boy
•Artiste of The Year – Shatta Wale
•Best Collaboration of The Year – CCTV – King Promise Ft. Mugeez & Sarkodie
•Best Female Vocalist of The Year – Eshun
•Best Ghanaian International Touring Act – Wiyaala
•Best Group of The Year – R2bees
•Best Male Vocalist of The Year – Akwaboah
•Best Music Video of The Year – Sarkodie – I Can’t Let Go
•Ghanaian Traditional/Cultural Act – Amamre Cultural Troupe
•Gospel Artiste of The Year – Koda
•Gospel Song of The Year – Bobolebobo – Evangelist Ik Aning
•Highlife Artiste of The Year – Kuami Eugene
•Highlife Song of The Year, Wish Me Well – Kuami Eugene
•Hiplife Artiste of The Year – Medikal
•Hiplife Song of The Year – Omo Ada – Medikal
•Popular Song of The Year – My Level – Shatta Wale
•Producer of The Year – Possi Gee
•Reggae/Dancehall Artiste of The Year – Shatta Wale
•The Reggae/Dancehall Song of The Year – Dagomba Girl – Maccasio Ft. Mugeez
•UK Based Afrobeat Song of The Year – Location – Charles Kalah
•UK Based Afrobeats Artiste of The Year – Atumpan (Drumz)
•UK Based Artiste of the Year – Diana Hamilton
•UK Based Best Collaboration of the Year – Ahuntanhunu – Alice Mckenzie Ft. Noble Nketsiah
•UK Based Best Gospel Song of the Year- Mo Ne Yo – Diana Hamilton
•UK Based Best DJ of the Year – DJ Fiifii
•UK Based Ghanaian International Artiste – Fuse ODG
•UK Based Gospel Artiste of the Year – Diana Hamilton
•UK Based Uncovered Artiste of the Year – Samuel Séy
•Uncovered Artiste of the Year – Krymi
•Lifetime Achievement – Vandyke Appiah Kubi
•Lifetime Achievement – Yaw Sarpong
•Honorary Award – Dr. Osei Kwame Despite
•Special Recognition Award – Samini
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