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The Channel O Africa Music Video Awards

Genres: Music, Award Shows
Broadcast on: Channel O

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Season 8 - Channel O Music Video Awards

Channel Premiere Finale TX Time Episodes
Channel O 11 Nov 2011 11 Nov 2011 Fridays, 20h00 - 21h30 1


Season 8

The 2011 Channel O MVAs took place on Friday 11 November 2011 in Johannesburg at the Sandton Convention Centre and were broadcast live on Channel O from 21h00.

They were preceded by a live special at 19h00 called the 2011 Awards Red Carpet, which aired on DStv's Vuzu channel on the show V-Entertainment.

The 2011 Channel O Music Video Awards are in their eighth year this year and recognise videos that have achieved the most popular appeal on the channel over the past year.

Last year's ceremony was held at the Sandton Convention Centre and aired live for the first time. The venue for this year's awards was the same and they once again aired live.

The theme for the night was "The Arena". Last year's theme was aviation - the presenters and the booty who welcomed people etc were dressed in pilot gear and the surrounding sounds and decor had an airport/flight feel.

This year's red carpet was hosted by Big Brother Amplified and Channel O's Weza Solunga. She was on the red interviewing guests when they arrived and was joined by Channel O newcomer Jokate Urban Mwegelo a.k.a J.K. - who covered the pre-drinks area and backstage.

Vuzu's V-Entertainment covered the red carpet arrivals at the 2011 Channel O MVA's - live for the first time. The show's always covered the red carpet but usually in an insert on the show afterwards - this time they broadcast as it happened, starting at 19h00.

Siya Ngwekazi and Lalla Hirayama did the "Who are you wearing?" thang as guests arrived, with inserts in between.

The special featured snippets surrounding the awards including a look back to the first awards in 2003 and a countdown of the Top 5 best winners podium moments over the years.

The main ceremony was hosted by Nigerian R&B artist Banky W and Channel O's Dineo Moeketsi.

Various nominees performed during the show. Those who performed included AKA, L-Tido, Mozambique's Lizha James, Professor, DJ Cleo, Naija's Flavour and Angola's Cabo Snoop.

There was also a rap showdown between Khuli Chana, AKA, Uganda's Keko, rapper Navio, Zambia’s C.R.I.$.I.$ and Najia's Ice Prince.

Actress, dancer and bigtime tweeter Khabonina Qubeka's choreographed the moves for all of the dance sequences.

Naija's D'Banj was honoured with this year's Special Recognition Award.

2011 Winners

Most Gifted Male Video

D'Banj feat. Snoop Dogg for Mr Endowed (Remix) (Nigeria)
Professor feat. Speedy for Lento (South Africa)
Navio for Keep Moving (Uganda)
Cabo Snoop for Windeck (Angola)
Zakes Bantwini for Wasting My Time (South Africa)

Most Gifted Female Video

Waje feat. Muna for So Inspired (Nigeria)
Lizha James for Gotta Move On (Mozambique)
STL for Lookie Lookie (Kenya)
Lira for Phakade (South Africa)
Tiwa Savage for Kele Kele (Nigeria)

Most Gifted Newcomer Video

Wizkid for Holla @ Your Boy (Nigeria)
Keko for How Do We Do (Uganda)
AKA for Victory Lap (South Africa)
Ice Prince/Brymo for Oleko (Nigeria)
Zone Fam for Shaka Zulu on EM (Zambia)
Kwesta for Take That (South Africa)

Most Gifted Duo, Group or Featuring Video

HHP, Teargas and Liquideep for Born This Way (South Africa)
Samklef feat. Wizkid, D'Prince & Ice Prince for Molowo Noni (Nigeria)
Slikour feat. various artists for Dubula (Remix) (South Africa)
Ay feat. Ms Triniti for Good Look (Tanzania)
Jozi for Electric Avenue (South Africa)
Paul G feat. Akon for Bang It (Angola)

Most Gifted Dance Video

Oskido presents Black Motion/Jah Rich for Banane Movoko (South Africa)
STL for Lookie Lookie (Kenya)
DJ Cleo for Bhampa Side To Side (South Africa)
Darey for Ba Ni Ki Di (Nigeria)
Black Coffee feat. Hugh Masekela for We Are One (South Africa)
Lizha James for Gotta Move On (Mozambique)

Most Gifted Ragga Dancehall Video

Samini for Dadekye (Ghana)
Wyre/Cecile for She Say Dat (Kenya)
Black Dillinger for Volcano Erupt (South Africa)
Nazizi for Take The People Away (Kenya)

Most Gifted Afro Pop Video

Theo for Ukhona (South Africa)
J-Martins feat. Fally Ipupa for Jukpa (Remix) (Nigeria/Congo)
Shaa for Crazy (Tanzania)
Jaziel Brothers for Woza (South Africa)
Flavour for Nwa baby (Remix) (Nigeria)

Most Gifted Kwaito Video

Brickz feat.various artists (South Africa)
The Dogg for This Is My Time (Namibia)
Howza for Hustler (South Africa)
Professor feat. Speedy for Lento (South Africa)

Most Gifted R&B Video

Jamali for Incurable (South Africa)
G2 feat. Trez Agah (Mozambique)
Loyiso feat. Khuli Chana for World Of Mine (South Africa)
Banky W feat. M.I. for Feeling It (Nigeria)
Leanne for Deal With It (South Africa)

Most Gifted Hip Hop Video

Jesse Jagz feat. M.I. and Ice Prince for Nobody Test Me (Nigeria)
ProVerb feat. Lungelo for The Beginning (South Africa)
Navio for Keep It Moving (Uganda)
Collo for Chini Ya Maji (Kenya)
AKA for Victory Lap (South Africa)

Most Gifted African Southern Video

Liquideep for Settle For Less (South Africa)
Cabo Snoop for Windeck (Angola)
Khuli Chana feat. JR (South Africa)
C.R.I.S.I.S. for The Fire Inside (Zambia)
L-Tido feat. K.O. for We Rolling (South Africa)

Most Gifted African West Video

Naeto C for 10 Over 10 (Nigeria)
Flavour for Nwa baby (Remix) (Nigeria)
D-Black feat. Dr Cryme for Get On The Dance Floor (Ghana)
ASA for Why Can't We (Nigeria)
2 Face for Only Me (Nigeria)

Most Gifted African East Video

P-Unit/Mimmo for Kare (acoustic version) (Kenya)
Jaguar for Kigeugeu (Kenya)
Ay feat. Ms Triniti for Good Look (Tanzania)
Radio and Weseal, Keko for How We Dot It (Remix) (Uganda)
CPWAA feat. various artists for Action (Tanzania)

Most Gifted Video of the Year

Khuli Chana feat. JR for No More Hunger (South Africa)
Samklef feat. D'Prince & Ice Prince Molowo Noni (Nigeria)
Zakes Bantwini for Wasting My Time (South Africa)
STL for Lookie Lookie (Kenya)
D'Banj feat. Snoop Dogg for Mr Endowed (Remix) (Nigeria)
AKA for Victory Lap (South Africa)
2 Face for Only Me (Nigeria)
Liquideep for Settle For Less(South Africa)
Navio for Keep Moving (Uganda)
Lira for Phakade (South Africa)


Season 8 Cast

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Red Carpet Host - Herself

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Red Carpet Reporter - Himself

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Red Carpet Reporter - Herself

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Winner - Himself


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