Zimbabwe musician Jah Prayzah nominated for MTV awards

By Matilda Asare | Ghana Star |

The final list of nominees for the 2016 MTV MAMAs scheduled to hold in Johannesburg on October 20, 2016 has been released.

Jah Prayzah
Jah Prayzah

Among the tall list of nominees are musicians from across the continent but with Nigeria and South Africa dominating.

Ghanaian musicians E. L and MzVee were the latest addition to R2Bees and Stonebwoy who had already secured nominations.

E.L grabbed a nomination for Listeners Choice Awards whereas MzVee was nominated for Best Female Artist of the Year.

Check the first list of nominations: MTV MAMAs 2016 Nominations List Part 1

Check the nominations list from below.

Best Female

Josey – Ivory Coast

MzVee – Ghana

Tiwa Savage – Nigeria

Vanessa Mdee – Tanzania

Yemi Alade – Nigeria

Best Break Through Act

Babes Wodumo – South Africa

Emtee – South Africa

Falz – Nigeria

Frank – Cameroon

Nasy C – South Africa

Nathi – South Africa

Raymond – Tanzania

Simi – Nigeria

Tekno – Nigeria

YCEE – Nigeria

Best Francophone Act

Franko – Cameroon

J-Rio – Gabon

Magasco – Cameroon

Serge Baynaud – Ivory Coast

Toofan – Togo

Listeners Choice Award

Adiouza – Senegal

Bebe Cool – Uganda

Burna Boy – Nigeria

Den G – Liberia

E.L – Ghana

Jah Prayzah – Zimbabwe

Jay Rox – Zambia

Kansoul – Kenya

Kiss Daniel – Nigeria

Lij Michael – Ethiopia

LXG – Sierra Leone

Meddy – Rwanda

Messias Marioca – Mozambique

Prince Kaybee – South Africa

Reda Taliana – Algeria

Saad Lamjarred – Morocco

Sabri Mosbah – Tunisia

Sidiki Diabate – Mali

Tamer Hosni – Egypt

The Dogg – Namibia

Yamoto Band – Tanzania

Artist Of The Year

Black Coffee – South Africa

Diamond Platnumz – Tanzania

Sauti Sol – Kenya

Yemi Alade – Nigeria

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