BY PRIDE MZARABANI
The African Entertainment Awards USA (AEAUSA) announced the winners of the 2023 prestigious awards.
The winners were disclosed on the organization’s official website, after the conclusion of a voting phase that involved diverse artists competing in different categories.
From Zimbabwe, Jah Prayzah clinched the title of Best Male Artist – East/South/North Africa, an accolade that attests to his exceptional contributions to the music scene.
Winky D emerged victorious in the Best Reggae / Dancehall Artist, a category which had heavyweights like Shatta Wale, Skillbeng, Patoranking, Stone Bwoy, Spice, Shenseea, Buju Banton and Popcaan amongst others.
Gemma Griffiths won Best Female Artist – East/South/North Africa.
In a statement, AEAUSA expressed its commitment to providing a platform that fosters the recognition and appreciation of African talent globally.
“We are thrilled to witness the incredible talent emanating from Africa, and AEAUSA will continue to play a vital role in promoting and celebrating the achievements of our ARTISTS,” reads the statement.
AEAUSA strives to promote effective harnessing of Africa’s diverse and immense potential in its arts, music, and culture and support African artists in realising their fullest potential globally.