Zimdancehall star Winky D expresses excitement as he wins at the African Entertainment Awards USA. The Gaffa president won the Best Reggae / Dancehall Artist award. Taking to social media to announce the good news Winky D wrote:
“I will forever go beyond grateful and humbled to have earned the unwavering support and love for my music from my brothers and sisters in music. You will remain the driving force behind anything that graces my way musically. I find no words to express how much it means to me to have such a loyal music base.
Your votes in appreciation and gratitude forever touch my heart and inspire me to continue creating music that I’m consonant with how you sense and perceive the world around you. I am honored to have been allowed to connect with your souls through my music.
You are the reason I do what I do, and I am forever grateful for your humbling pure love and support.
Thank you for always being a part of this musical journey. I devote my life to creating music that speaks to your inner beings and souls.”
African Entertainment Awards USA (AEAUSA) strives to promote the effective harnessing of Africa’s diverse and immense potential in its arts, music, and culture and support African artists in realizing their fullest potential globally.
Jah Prayzah and Gemma Griffiths also bagged Best Male Artist – East/South/North Africa and Best Female Artist – East/South/North Africa awards. Congratulatory messages from their fans and loved ones have since flooded the musician’s pages.
In other news – Motorist kills 2 vendors
Two people died on the spot while eight others were seriously injured after a car veered off the road before plowing into a group of vendors selling their wares by the roadside in Shurugwi on Wednesday. Midlands provincial police spokesperson Inspector Emmanuel Mahoko yesterday confirmed the incident.
“Two people died on the spot and eight others were injured after being run -over by a Toyota Axio motor vehicle which veered off the road while they were selling wild fruits on the roadside at the 30km peg along the Gweru-Zvishavane Road in Shurugwi,” he said. Read More