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The 17th Annual MTN South African Music Award Winners are…

1. Best African Traditional Gospel Album: Sechaba – Thank You

2. Best Contemporary Jazz Album: Ological Studies – OS Freedom

3. Best Maskandi Album: Bhekumuzi Luthuli – Imali Yabelungu

4. Best Sokkie Dans Album: Kurt Darren – Die Beste Medisyne

5. Best Pop Album English: Jax Panik – I am Jax Panik

6. Best Urban Dance Album: DJ Kent – I can’t survive

7. Best Urban Pop Album: Kwela Tebza – Gauteng Made In South Africa / Mzansi

8. Best Pop Album Afrikaans: Juanita du Plessis – Engel Van My Heart

9. Best Pop Album African: Theo Kgosinkwe – Grateful

10. Best Rock Album English: Prime Circle – Jekyll & Hyde

11. Best Kwaito Album: Professor – University of Kalawa Jazmee

12. Best Rap Album: Amu – The Principal

13. MTN Best Selling Mobile Music Download: DJ Cleo & DJ Mzi

14. Music Video of the Year: The Parlotones – The Stars Fall Down

15. Best Selling Album: Locnville – Sun in my Pocket

16. Newcomer of the year: Locnville – Sun in my Pocket

17. Duo / Group of the Year: Liquideep – Fabrics of the Heart

18. International Achievement Award: Die Antwoord

19. Lifetime Achievement Award: Sipho Gumede and Lance James

20. Female Artist of the Year: Thandiswa Mazwai – The Forgotten Free (Live in concert)

21. Male Artist of the Year: Professor – University of Kalawa Jazmee

22. MTN Record of the Year: Professor – Imoto

23. Album of the Year: Liquideep – Fabrics of the Heart

Source: SA Music Awards


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Playlist Creator & Web Marketer. The son of a church organist father and pianist mother, South African born Brian Currin grew up surrounded by music. In his pre-teen years he realised that he had no real talent for playing music and he couldn't sing, so he immersed himself in the world of music by listening, exploring and researching. Which he still does today. He served in the military for five years, then spent many years in corporate sales and marketing until his involvement in the re-discovery of Rodriguez, opened up a whole new world for him. He was the Content Editor for Rhythm Online, South Africa's first online music store, from 2006 to 2012. He ran Mabu Vinyl, the iconic music store seen in the Oscar-winning "Searching For Sugar Man" film from 2013 to 2019. His voice could be heard on the streaming radio station All Jazz Radio where he hosted the Vagabond Show from 2012 to 2019. He is very involved in promoting South African music, and is the co-owner of a number of music-related websites including www.rock.co.za which he founded in 1999.

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