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HERE IS WHY 2FACE ‘GAGA SHUFFLE’ DIDN’T WIN “SONG OF THE YEAR” AT SOUNDCITY MVP AWARDS



Gaga shuffle by the talented musician was one song that really made wave in 2017, but irrespective can’t be compared to a track like “IF” by Davido. “If” by Davido won the song of the year. Also, that category was pretty tough, I mean we had more and better club bangers like
PENALTY – SMALL DOCTOR (NG), WO – OLAMIDE (NG), SEDUCE ME – ALIKIBA
QOBISIQOLO – BHIZER FT BUSISWA, SC GORNA, BHEPEPE (SA), AKANAMALI – SUN EL MUSICIAN FT. SAMTHING SOWETO (SA), MAD OVER YOU – RUNTOWN (NG), CLOSER – WIZKID (NG), JOROMI – SIMI (NG), LEG OVER – MR EAZI (NG)\\

Davido also won the the award for the “African artiste of the year” and the “Video of the year”- We rejoice with him!

FULL LIST OF WINNERS

BEST MALE MVP- DIAMOND PLATNUMZ (TZ)
BEST FEMALE MVP- TIWA SAVAGE (NG)
BEST HIP HOP- CASSPER NYOVEST (SA)
BEST POP- MALEEK BERRY (NG)
BEST COLLABORATION- PAIN KILLER – SARKODIE FT RUNTOWN
DIGITAL ARTISTE OF THE YEAR-WIZKID (NG)
VIDEO OF THE YEAR- IF – DAVIDO (NG)
BEST GROUP OR DUO- DISTRUCTION BOYZ (SA)
SONG OF THE YEAR- IF – DAVIDO (NG)
BEST NEW ARTISTE – MALEEK BERRY (NG)
VIEWERS CHOICE- MAD OVER YOU – RUNTOWN (NG)
LISTENERS CHOICE- WO – OLAMIDE (NG)
AFRICAN PRODUCER OF THE YEAR- YOUNG JOHN (NG)
AFRICAN ARTISTE OF THE YEAR- DAVIDO (NG)

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