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SABC Crown Gospel Music Awards

Genres: Music, Religion, Award Shows, Specials
Broadcast on: SABC1, SABC2

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Season 2

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
SABC1 05 Dec 2009 05 Dec 2009 Saturday, 22h15 - 00h15 1


Season 2

The Crown Gospel Music Awards are a platform to salute and award excellence in the Gospel Music Industry. The Awards are hosted annually with a spectacular event of music and dance.

Winners are given a symbolic crown used as a metaphor for the real crown that Gospel musicians hope to get at the end of their journey – in Heaven.

The annual awards ceremony celebrates the talents and achievements of Mzansi's gospel music artists and musicians. First established in 2008, the awards have grown from 20 to 24 categories this year.

2009 Winners

Best Male Artist

Benjamin Dube
Sipho Makhabane
Keke
Israel Mosehla

Best Acapella

Omama Base Weseli for the album Yisabatha Namhla
Amadodana Ase Weseli for the album Yesu Wen' Ungumhlobo
Ithemba for the album Sing Glory
Abanqobi for the album Simtholile Umesiya

Best Pop/Rock

The Plain Truth for the album Only One God
Proxy for the album The Call
Pieter McKarthy for the album Let yo Kingdom
YMC Band for the album The Issue

Best DVD

The Plain Truth for the album Only One God
Spirit of Praise for the album Spirit of Praise
Benjamin Dube for the album In his Presence
Joyous Celebration for the album Joyous Celebration 12

Best Gospel Artist

Sfiso Ncwane for the album Baba Ngiyabonga
Sipho Makhabane for the album Ebenezar
Keke for the album Living Testimony
Benjamin Dube for the album In His Presence

Best Newcomer

Rev Elias Denda for the album Shake It Off
Banele Mahlangu for the album Ngibonga uJesu
Fikile for the album Mlomo Umangisuka
YMC Band for the album The Issue

Best Gospel Group

IPCC for the album Leli Vangeli
Ithemba for the album Sing Glory
Joyous Celebration for the album Joyous Celebration 12
Glory Of The Last Days for the album Umoya Wam Uyakudinga

Best Traditional

Sipho Makhabane for the single Ebenezer on the album Ebenezer
Veliswa for the single Uthando Lujulile on the album Uthando Lujulile
Kenny Shibambu for the single Hi yena Yehova on the album Our Praise
Lundi for the single Ndicelimpilo on the album Inkosi Iyayazi

Best R&B/Rap

Banele Mahlangu for the album Ngibonga uJesu
YMC Band for the album The Issue
Jabu Nkabinde for the album My Hero
Natalie for the album Love Is

Best AmaZion

Paradise Catholic for the album Bongani
Galathia for the album Bangehlukani
Trust in Christ for the album Lihle Izulu
Enyonini Mission for the album Nonke Bazalwane

Best Music Video

Worship House for the album Cast All Yo Burden
Enyonini Mission for the album Nonke Bazalwane
Sthembele for the album Jehova Msindisi
Jay Jay for the album Izulu

Best Song Writer

Nomusa Dlomo for the single Vuka Africa on the album Vuka Africa
Cya for the single Ndalila on the album Nal' Uthando
Andile kaMajola for the single Waphikelela on the album Chapter 4 live in ICC
Jay Hlungwani for the single That's Why We Worship on the album Worship Unlimited

Best Female Artist

Hlengiwe Mhlaba for the album Live @ Durban Playhouse
Winnie Mashaba for the albumJoang Kapa Joang
Makgarebe for the album Ntate Ramasede
Zodwa for tha album My Life

Best Contemporary Album

Worship House for the album Cast All Your Burdens
Tebs David for the album Miracle
Lebo Tisane for the album Mmele Pelo Lemoya
Nomusa Dlomo for the album Vuka Africa

Best Praise And Worship

Rev Elias Denda for the album Shake It Off
Joyous Celebration for the album Joyous Celebration 12
Rhema South for the album Reach Out
Andile kaMajola for the album Chapter 4 Live in ICC

Best Jazz

Gospel Gladiator for the album Gladiator Round 3
Margaret Motsage for the album Dwala Lami
Ernie Smith for the album Blessed Man
Moya Movement for the album Alpha and Omega

Classic Of All Times

Worship House for the single Cast All Yo Burdens from the album Cast All Yo Burdens
Eleck Mathebula for the single Makabongwe from the album Makabongwe
Sfiso Ncwane for the single Umkhuleko from the album Umkhuleko
Sipho Makhabane for the single Zawa Indonga from the album Zawa Indonga

Best Gospel Producer

Sipho Makhabane for the album Ebhenezer by Sipho
Big Boy Mlangeni for the album Ndiyadumisa by Kholeka
Joel Maphosa for the album Miracle by Tebs David
Jay Hlungwani for the album Worship Unlimited by Jay

Best Gospel Song

Sfiso Ncwane for the single Baba Ngiyabonga from the album Baba Ngiyabonga
Solly Mahlangu for the single Obrigado from the album Obrigado
Keke for Che Che Che from the album Living in Harmony
Benjamin Dube for the single Nation Mourns from the album June 16 Commemoration

Lifetime Achievement Award

Benjamin Dube

About the Awards

The Crown Gospel Music Awards are a platform to salute and award excellence in the Gospel Music Industry. The Awards are hosted annually with a spectacular event of music and dance.

Winners are given a symbolic crown used as a metaphor for the real crown that Gospel musicians hope to get at the end of their journey – in Heaven.

The Crown Gospel Music Awards concept is a brainchild of Zanele Mbokazi, founder and President of the World Gospel Powerhouse. The idea came about in 2006 and two years later the first ceremony was held in 2008, in the presence of thousands of gospel music loyalists.

After much deliberation, knocking on various doors and endless meetings, the concept of the Gospel Music Awards showed fruition. The name of the Awards had to be chosen. It could have been he SA Gospel Music Awards but the vision was to go beyond RSA borders. Then Reflections Gospel Awards also came up, but something was missing.

Crown Gospel Music Awards sounded aspirational and attainable. The Crown (Umqhele) signifies the ultimate award that will be adorned to all His servants in Heaven on the last day.

The idea was, and still is, to salute the sons and daughters in the gospel music industry under various categories. To date the Awards boasts more than 30 categories.

The winners are awarded a Crown, for their sterling contribution in the gospel music industry.


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