The 10th edition of the annual 4Syte Music Video Awards came off at Kempinski Hotel on Saturday, November 16.
The event saw dancehall artiste, Shatta Wale, taking home five awards, the highest number of awards won by an artiste on the night followed by Sarkodie, who came through with three.
Shatta Wale won the Most Influential Artiste, Best Chune with ‘My Level’ and Best Edited Video, Best Reggae/Dancehall Video, Most Popular Video all with his 2018 hit song ‘Gringo’.
Sarkodie took home three awards including Best Male Video, Achievement Award, and Best Hip Hop Video while Stonebwoy was awarded for Best Collaboration.
Rising acts, Quamina MP and Cina Soul, won the Best Discovery award and the Best Photography awards, respectively.
The 2019 4Syte Music Video Awards has been dubbed the most exciting edition in the last five years.
Many artistes including Sarkodie, Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, R2bees graced the event alongside other celebrities.
Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale
Also performing together at the event were rapper Medikal and local Jesus, Mmebusem.
Medikal and Mmebusem
With over 20 categories, this year’s event honoured artistes, directors and key industry players in Ghana and across Africa.
Check out the complete list of winners for the 2019 MTN 4Syte Music Video Awards below:
Best Gospel Music Video – Jon Winner (Big God)
Best Special Effects – Medikal (Omo Ada Remix)
Best Discovery – Quamina MP ft Kwesi Arthur & Yung C (Ewiase Y3d3)
Best Storyline – RJZ (Bye Bye)
Best Edited Video – Shatta Wale (Gringo)
Best Photography – Cina Soul (Ojorley)
Best Reggae/Dancehall Video – Shatta Wale (Gringo)
Best Choreography – ZeeTown Melody (Totori)
Best Male Video – Sarkodie (Can’t Let You Go)
Best Female Video – Wendy Shay (Uber Driver)
Best Group – R2Bees (We Dey Vibe)
Achievement Award – Sarkodie
Best HipHop Video – Sarkodie (Biibi Ba)
Best HighLife Video – Nana Boroo (Fine Boy)
Best Collaboration – Stonebwoy (Kpoo Keke)
Living Legend Award – Osei Kwame Despite
Best Directed Video – Akwaboah (Hye Me Bo)
Most Popular Video – Shatta Wale (Gringo)
Big Chune – Shatta Wale (My Level)
Best Hiplife Video – Okyeame Kwame (Bra)
African Act – Burna Boy
Most Influential – Shatta Wale
Overall Best Video – Ayat (Guda)
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