2017 Kwacha Music Awards

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2017 Kwacha Music Awards
Kwacha Music Awards logo.png
DateThursday, September 28, 2017 (2017-09-28)
Venue Mulungushi Conference Centre,
Lusaka
Most awardsChef 187 (3)
Most nominationsChef 187
Television/radio coverage
NetworkSun FM
Runtime90:00

The 2017 Kwacha Music Awards were held on September 28, 2017 at the Mulungushi Conference Center in Lusaka honoring musicians between 2016 and 2017. It was hosted by Chi.[1] The big winner at the awards ceremony was Chef 187 with 3 awards ; Song of the year , Album of the year , and Best Copperbelt artist. Other winners were : Best female went to Cleo Ice Queen , best male went to Slap Dee , Best international achievement award went to Roberto.

Winners and Nominees

The List of Nominations Was Revealed On July 18, 2017. Winners are in Bold text.

Song Of The Year

  • 408 Empire – Chilepule Baby
  • Tiye P Ft. Kekero – Unajaila
  • Tbwoy Ft. Chef 187 – I Miss You
  • Chef 187 Ft. Daev – Ma Years
  • Jae Cash Ft. Kekero – Akamutima

Best New Comer (Male)

  • Daev
  • Drifta Trek
  • Neo
  • T-Low

Best New Comer (Female)

  • Bom$Hell
  • Wacheda
  • Esther Chungu
  • Chilu
  • Tanny

Best Sound Production

  • Kekero
  • T-Sean
  • Mr. Starsh
  • Kb (K-Army)
  • Mag44
  • Ben Blazer

Best Dance Hall Song

  • Dj Cosmo – Pro Twerker
  • Petersen – Kalukobo
  • 408 Empire – Chilepule Baby
  • Willz Ft. Jedi – Theresa
  • Jay Rox – One And Only

Best Hip-Hop Song

  • Slapdee – Vagwada
  • Chef 187 Ft. Mumba Yachi & Dope G – Mundowendowe
  • Drifta Trek Ft. Chef 187 – Ma Dance Yanasalako Church – Zaninge
  • Tiye-P Ft. Dope-G – Ndefisosika Apa

Best R&B Song

  • T-Bwoy Ft. Chef 187 – I Miss You
  • Roberto – Into You
  • F Jay – Nilekelele
  • Neo – Thanks To Your Ex
  • Coziem Ft. Chef 187 – Twikalafye Umukumo

Best Mainstream (Pop)

  • Tiye P/Kekero – Unajaila
  • T-Sean – Mayeso
  • Jae Cash Ft. Kekero – Akamutima
  • Afunika – Pama Order
  • Macky2 – Favour (Dabo Dabo)

Most Conscious Song

  • Kantu – Wanjipaya
  • Wezi – Nyimbo Zako
  • Lota House – People Just Like Us
  • B’flow Ft. Just Slim – Know Your Status
  • Kaladoshas Ft. Tim – My Mother’s Tears

Best Gospel Song (Male)

  • Ephraim – Jericho
  • Reuben – Mulatwelela (Imembu Shesu)
  • Ausward – Yahweh
  • Kings – Alikula

Best Gospel Song (Female)

  • Esther Chungu – Runaway Child
  • Tholiwe Nyirenda – Umulopa
  • Chileshe Bwalya – Tefyo Nali
  • Martha – Nanaka

Best Collaboration

  • Kan 2 X Wezi Bomb$Hell – Anajaila (Cover)
  • Chef 187 Ft. Daev – Ma Years
  • Chef 187 Ft. Mumba Yachi & Dope G – Mundowendowe
  • Afunika Ft. Slapdee – Umwaume Wakulela
  • Tiye P Ft. Kekero – Unajaila

Best Duo/Group

  • 408 Empire
  • Urban Hype
  • Davaos
  • Hd Empire
  • Higher Calling

Best Band

  • Amayenge Asoza
  • Uncle Rex And The Band
  • Air Power Band
  • Mutende Cultural
  • Assemble
  • Barotse Band

Best Choir Group

  • Mount Senai
  • Busokololo
  • Great Chronicles
  • Northmead Mega Choir

Album Of The Year

  • Chef 187 – Amnesia
  • Slapdee – Bw2
  • Jae Cash – Giovani
  • Dope G – Flowers
  • Tbwoy – Dweet
  • Tiye P – Red

Gospel Album Of The Year

  • Ephraim – Teti Ntwishike
  • Rueben – Naileta
  • Abel Chungu Musuka – Love Unleashed (Deluxe)
  • Ausward – Jehovah El Shadai
  • Chileshe Bwalya – Talitha Cumi (Deluxe)
  • Esther Chungu – Mubanga

Best Male Artist

Best Female Artist

Humanitarian Award

Best International Achievement Award

  • Roberto
  • B’flow
  • Jk
  • Pompi
  • Mampi

Lifetime Achievement Award

Provincial Awards

Copperbelt Province

  • Chef 187
  • Afunika
  • Pilato
  • 408 Empire
  • Shenky

Lusaka Province

  • Jay Rox
  • Dope G
  • Jae Cash
  • Roberto
  • Tbwoy

Central Province

  • Drimz
  • B’flow
  • Jemax
  • D2
  • Higher Calling

Eastern Province

  • Chimzy Kelly
  • Crack P
  • Digo

Luapula Province

  • Ic
  • Bic 24
  • Mommy

Muchinga Province

  • Rudie
  • Noxter
  • Wiza

Northern-Western Province

  • Kasonde
  • Wana Boy
  • Hash Tag

Northen Province

  • Muzo Aka Alphonso
  • Kiss B
  • Beauty Shampogo

Western Province

  • Sibabule
  • Doc Mule
  • Y Cost

Southern Province

  • Shyman
  • Mpande
  • Allan Mapiki

Performances

Appearances

References

  1. Pill Dill (July 18, 2017). "Sun FM Unveils "2017 Kwacha Music Awards"". Zambian Music Blog. Retrieved July 22, 2017.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>

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