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The much talked about 2013 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards has come and it is no longer news that the Tema fraternity have once again swept the prestigious Artiste of the Year accolade.

R2bees were crowned with the biggest award on the night amidst five additional ones that they scooped home. As a surprise package, the group received a brand new MG Rover vehicle and Samsung Galaxy S4 phones from Vodafone as part of the awards.

M.anifest, Herty Borngreat and Kaakie were also among the big winners on the night.

Performances from Steve Bedi, Efya, Fuse ODG, 4x4, M.anifest, Amandziba, Akatakyie, Kontinhene, EL, Criss Waddle, Keche, Asem & Kwabena Kwabena, Kwaw Kese, VIP, Sarkodie and R2bees, were enough to warm the cold night that was emceed by KOD and Eazzy.

Below is the complete list of winners at the VGMA 2013

* Vodafone Artiste of the Year R2Bees
* African Artiste of the Year WizKid
* Afro Pop Song of the Year Fuse ODG
* Best Album of the Year EL
* Best Collaboration of the Year Herty Borngreat & Trigmatic
* Best Female Vocal of the Year Efya
* Best Male Vocal of the Year Knii Lante
* Best Rapper of the Year Manifest
* Best Music Video of the Year Chase
* Best Reggae Dancehall Song of the Year Kaakie
* Gospel Artiste of the Year Herty Borngreat
* Gospel Song of the Year Nicholas O. Acheampong
* Hi-Life Artiste of the Year Afriyie
* Hi-life Song of the Year R2bees
* Hip Hop Song of the Year Manifest
* Hip-Life/Hip Hop Artiste of the Year R2Bees
* New Artiste of the Year Kaakie
* Vodafone Song of the Year R2Bees
Source: Adeyemi Adebayo Victor

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