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#SAHHA2018: And the winners are…

A big night for K1 God.

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The 2018 South African Hip-Hop Awards (#SAHHA2018) saw the country’s top tier rap artists gather at Gold Reef City, in Johannesburg on Wednesday evening.

Coming into the evening, Kwesta AKA K1 God, was slated to have a great night, and he sure did after he walked away with six awards, including Best VideoHustler of the Year, and Song of the Year.

Boity also stole the show with her anticipated performance of her hit single, Wuz Dat. What nobody had anticipated was the live premier of her upcoming song which remains untitled for now.

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Nasty C can add Album of the Year onto his growing list of accomplishments for 2018 for his Strings N Bling offering.

Moozlie, who has faced a lot of criticism for the quality of her music, walked away with the Best Female award, beating Rouge to the podium.

#2018SAHHA winners

Here is the full list of #2018SAHHA winners:

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  • Best Collabo – Kwesta for “Spirit” featuring Wale
  • Best Freshman – Ushun Wenkabi
  • Lyricist of the Year – Stogie T
  • Producer of the Year – Gemini Major
  • Best Digital Sales – Kwesta for “Spirit” featuring Wale
  • MVP – Kwesta
  • Best Female – Moozlie
  • Honorary Award – Outrageous Records
  • Best Video – Kwesta for “Spirit” featuring Wale
  • Best International Brand – Castle Lite

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  • Best Local Brand – S God
  • Best Radio Show – Motsweding FM
  • Ubuntu Activism Award – Aewon Wolf
  • Best Graffiti – DBongz
  • Best Dance Crew – Survivors Dance Crew
  • Best Remix – Zakwe for “Sebentin (remix)
  • Promoter of the Year – Pop Bottles
  • Hustler of the Year – Kwesta
  • Mixtape of the Year – Stogie T for “Honey and Pain EP
  • Milestone Award – Cassper Nyovest for “Fill Up FNB
  • Album of the Year – Nasty C for “Strings N Bling