Friday, 11 October 2013

Check Out The Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA 2013) Nominees


Video of the Year

Flavour – Ada Ada
Olamide – Duro Soke
Sound Sultan – Natural Something
D’Banj – Don’t Tell Me Nonsense
Chidima – Emi Ni Baller

Best Afro Hip Hop Video

Ill Bliss – I Am Sorry
Splash – Church Agbasa
Olamide – Durosoke
MI – Chairman
Phyno – Man of the Year


Best Hip Hop Video

Eedris Abdulkareem – I Go Whooz You
Pryse – Eleto
Boogey – Sanctum
Ice Prince – VIP

Yung6ix – First Class

Best Afro Pop Video
D’banj – Don’t Tell Me Nonsense
Sound Sultan – Natural Something
Goldie – Miliki
2face – Blood on the dance floor
Alabai – Ogbanje

Best Dance Hall/Reggae Video

Davido – All of you
Waje – I wish
Patoranking – Alubarika
Orezi – Rihana
Vector – Follow Me

Best Pop Extra Video

Chidima – Emi Ni Baller
Kcee – Limpopo
Solidstar – Skibo
Davido – Gobe
Harrysong – Im In Love (Remix)

Best Gospel Video

Ada – Bobo Me
Henrisoul – Blow My Mind
Amaray – Oke Mgbidi
Kefee – Celebrate
Solomon Lange – Yabo

Best R ‘n’ B Video

Jennifer – Ifunanya
Capital FEMI – Capital F.E.M.I
Pelli – The One
Nosa – Always Pray for You
Banky W – Yes/No

Best High Life Video

Flavour – Ada Ada
i-Mike – Adure
Wizboy – Halima
Dr. Victor Olaiya ft 2face – Baby Mi Da
Iyanya – Jombolo

Best Afro Beat Video

Starboy – Caro
Black Magic – Confam
Henry Knight – Shako
Burna Boy – Run My Race
MGabriel – Eruku Lau Lau

Best Contemporary Afro Music Video

Xproject – Azuka
Dammy Krane – Xteristics
Sheyman – Paper
Skales – Komole
Jaywon – Catch Me If You Can

Most popular Nigerian Music Video in Europe

Dizzy – Jekin Jekin
Tipsy – Tin Geh Geh
Moe Logo – Pangolo
Dola Billz – No Gocking
Spice Vision – Today na Today

Best Indigenous Concept

Tillaman – Ori Owo
MGabriel – Eruku Lau Lau
Flavour – Ada Ada
Shola Alyson – Ife

Best Use of Animation
DJ Sose – Obulu
Ketchy Dons – Closer n Closer
T-Sleek – Ma Wo mi

Best Use of Costumes

Flavour – Ada Ada
Dipp – Balance for Me
D’Prince – Goody Bag
Tiwa Savage – Without My Heart
May D – So Many Things

Best use of Choreography

Iyanya – Jombolo
Timaya – Ekoloma Demba
TIV – What’s The Matter
Banky W – Yes/No
D’banj – Don’t Tell Me Nonsense

Best Producer

EME Records
Mavin Records
Chocolate City
Kennis Music

Best Director

Clarence Peters
Squareball
Sesan
Mattmax

Most Promising Director

Unlimited LA
Matmax
Tyson
Catalyst
Paul Gambit

Best Editor

Mattmax  for Don’t tell me Nonesense by D’banj
Unlimited LA for Confam by Black Magic
Sesan for Sexy Mama by Inyanya
Clarence Peters for Durosoke by Olamide

Best Cinematography

Ajeh for Alubarika by Patoranking
Squareball for Church Agbasa by Splash
Matmax for Don’t Tell Me Nonsense by D’banj
Clarence Peters for Durosoke by Olamide
Mr. Moe Musa for So many thinz by May D

Best Use of Visual Effects

Iyanya – Sexy Mama
Sound Sultan – Natural Something
Ice Prince – VIP
Morell – Oxygen
Danas – My Melody

Best Video By A New Act

Sean Tizzle – Shole
Mystro – This Kain Love
Charas – Gbege
Sym19 – Fine Baby Girl
Outrageous – Am In The Mood

Best Soft Rock/Alternative Video

Black Magic – Repete
Dazzle Ra Amen – Chinekem
Ese Peters – Omote
Shola Allyson – Ife
Timi Dakolo – Great Nation

Best Music Video by a Minor

Choco Girl – Ayo
G Girl – Young Shall Grow
Mya K – My DJ
Ozzybosco – Tinini
Whitney Wonder – Africa Unite

The recent partnership between Lagos State Government and the Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) 2013 is a symbolic one. Though huge projects like this are majorly sponsored by corporate bodies, but the state supports with infrastructures and other logistics. Thus, the event will afford people the opportunity to see Lagos in a very different light.

The Lagos State Government is concerned about creating ample job opportunities for thousands of unemployed youths who should have otherwise been restive and constantly engaging in various social vices and major events like the NMVA require lots of labour to stage successful a event. Rather than deport people who are not of Lagos origin and perceived to be constituting a nuisance or security threat from the streets of Lagos, major events like this will engage some of them who are willing to work in major street activations and promotions as well as skilled labour areas such as; driving, carpentry, photography, sound installations, printing and ticketing, camera men, and several others.

With the influx of people into the state from around the world during major events, hotels get more patronage, make more sales and render their tax to the state promptly. Also, it boosts the transport business and exposes the tourism potentials of the state to new visitors.a

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