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Channel O awards: All the winners

Nigerian artists took the lion’s share of the prizes at the Channel O Music Video Awards this weekend.

The awards ceremony took place on Friday at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.

South African artists Lira, HHP, Teargas and Liquideep also took home awards.

Last year’s award ceremony was also dominated by South African and Nigerian artists, and Nigerian artists have been the big winners every year since the awards were first held in 2005.

Winners are chosen by Channel O viewers across Africa.

Most gifted dance video:
Darey: Ba Ni Ki Di

Most gifted kwaito video:
The Dogg: This Is My Time


Most gifted African West video:

Naeto C: 10 Over 10

Most gifted newcomer video:
Ice Prince & Brymo: Oleku


Most gifted video of the year:

Zakes Bantwini: Wasting My Time

Most gifted hip-hop video:
AKA: Victory Lap

Most gifted male video:
D’Banj featuring Snoop Dogg: Mr Endowed (Remix)

Most gifted female video:
Lira: Phakade

Most gifted duo, group or featuring video:
HHP, Teargas & Liquideep: Born For This


Most gifted Afro pop video:

Theo: Ukhona

Most gifted African Southern video:
Liquideep: Settle For Less

Most gifted R&B video:
Banky W featuring MI: Feeling It

Most gifted African East video:
Keko, Radio & Weasel: How We Do It (Remix)

Most gifted ragga dancehall video:
Samini: Dadiekye

For more from the awards see the official Channel O website.

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