The winners of the 38th edition of International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA) were announced yesterday, March 21 at the AC Marriott Hotel in Kingston, Jamaica (with Ghana’s Stonebwoy wins) without any audience in attendance because of the deadly coronavirus pandemic.
The awards was held behind close doors due the corona virus pandemic which have claimed thousands of death worldwide. Many countries all over the world have taken more drastic measures to curb the fast spreading pandemic.
Ghana’s dancehall music gem, Stonebwoy was one of the people announced as a part of the 35 winners on the night.
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The Burniton Music boss Stonebwoy wins the ‘Best African Reggae/Dancehall Entertainer’.
An elated Stonebwoy took to his social media pages to announce this great news to his fans.
He wrote: “Still winning!! 2nd Award at the #IRAWMA international Reggae and world music awards held in JAMAICA.”
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