Full List of SAMA29 Winners 2023

Full List of SAMA29 Winners 2023
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Full List of SAMA29 Winners 2023

Full List of SAMA29 Winners 2023: Here is the full list for the South Africa Music Awards 29th Edition hosted in 2023 made available on fakazaking.com

The South Africa Music Awards is fashioned to recognize and celebrate SA music artistes alive and deceased for their tremendous contributions in the South African music industry.

It is substantial to remind us that the SAMA29 is brought to us by RISA with KZN EDTEA as lead partnership and SABC1, Department of Sports Arts & Culture, CAPASSO, SAMPRA, SAMRO, PRASA and Icebolethu Group as official sponsors/partners. The Awards depicts unity in the music industry where the collaboration between RiSA and Africa Fest came to fruition to honour musicians. The Awards recognized good efforts across all if not a selected music Genres.

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This year’s Awards presentation is the 29th Edition and have some unexpected results which FakazaHub Media have disclosed for you in this publication. A heartfelt tributes to the artists who are no longer with us were performed by the likes Langa Mavuso, Wouter Kellerman, and Jesus Collective.

Below comes the full list of the winners for the 29th Edition of the South Africa Music Awards:

Best Amapiano Album of the Year:

KOA II Part 1 by Kabza De Small [WINNER]

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Best Produced Album of the Year:

KOA II Part 1 by Kabza De Small [WINNER]

Female Artist Of The Year:

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Lavish Worship by Ntokozo Mbambo [WINNER]

Album Of The Year:

Lavish Worship by Ntokozo Mbambo [WINNER]

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Best Traditional Faith Music Album:

The Overflow (Gcwala Kimi) by Dumi Mkokstad [WINNER]

Male Artist Of The Year:

AKA – Mass Country [WINNER]

Best Engineered Album Of The Year:

Mass Country by AKA [WINNER]

Best Contemporary Faith Music Album:

Lavish Worship by Ntokozo Mbambo [WINNER]

Rest of Africa Award (Countries):

Sounds of Peace – Moreira Chonguica (Mozambique) [WINNER]

Best Kwaito Album:

Speak N Vrostaan by Kwesta & Kabza De Small [WINNER]

Best Pop Album of the Year:

Seasons by Lloyiso [WINNER]

Best Reggae Album:

Unleashed by Blakka Yut [WINNER]

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Best R&B/Soul Album:

But Could the Moments in Between by Manana [WINNER]

Beste Kontemporere Musiek Album:

Toe Roep Ek Jou Naam by Jan Blohm & Ryno Velvet [WINNER]

Best Dance Music Album:

Asante by MORDA [WINNER]

Best Afro Pop Album:

Isibuko by Sjava [WINNER]

Best Remix of the Year:

Ndinovalo by MORDA & Yallunder [WINNER]

Best Rock Album:

Kanniedood by Francois van Coke [WINNER]

Best Collaboration:

Lemons (Lemonade) from AKA featuring Nasty C [WINNER]

Best Classical/Instrumental Album of the Year:

Fire Beast by Vox Chamber Choir & Franco [WINNER]

Best Jazz Album:

In The Spirit Of Ntu by Nduduzo Mkhathini [WINNER]

Best Gqom Album of the Year:

Meeting with the King – DJ LAG [WINNER]

Best Newcomer of the Year:

2.0 Nkwari by Myztro [WINNER]


Scorpion Kings LiveSun Arena from DJ Maphorisa & Kabza De Small [WINNER]

Best Adult Contemporary Album:

Dark Secrets by Louise Carver [WINNER]

Best Produced Music Video:

“Shine” Video by Elaine [WINNER]

Record Of The Year:

2Point1 – Stimela ft Ntate Stunna & Nthabi Sings [WINNER]

Music Video Of The Year:

2Point1 Video by Stimela ft Ntate Stunna & Nthabi Sings [WINNER]

Best Hip Hop Album:

This Is Religion by MashBeatz [WINNER]

Best Pop Album:

Jona by Bernice West [WINNER]

Best Traditional Album:

African Queen 2.0 by Makhadzi [WINNER]

SAMRO Highest Airplay Composer:

K.O – SETE ft Young Stunna & Blxckie [WINNER]

CAPASSO Most Streamed Song:

“SETE” by K.O ft Young Stunna & Blxckie [WINNER]

Best African Indigenous Faith Music Album:

Emmanuel (Farewell To Phodiso Joel Kgaudi) by JTG Gospel Music Choir [WINNER]

Best Maskandi Album:

Umqhele neThawula by Khuzani [WINNER]

Best African Adult Contemporary of the Year Album:

Usiba Lwe Gathi by Nathi [WINNER]

Best Alternative Album:

On the Romance of Being by Desire Marea [WINNER]

Having seen how the 2023 edition (29th of Edition) of one of the most popular Music Awards in South Africa and Africa music industries went down, feel free to drop your views or opinions on the list.

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