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Government Music Awards

01 December 2011, 11:45

 

Ladies and Gentlemen welcome to the annual Government Music Awards.

 

 

 

 

In the category Song of the year, the award goes to Kwaitor star Juju with his hit song Dubhula ibhunu. This song is literally a “killer” track; the song was so popular that AfriForum summoned the star to perform the song in court, for his white in “laws”.

 

But In recent weeks the artist’s Immoral behaviour of bringing the music industry into disrepute, prompted organizers of the event to issue Juju with a 5 year suspension from the Government Music Awards. A rival Kwaitor musician known as JZ has welcomed the suspension, saying it will give his new track Umshini Wami room to go platinum.

 

 

And the award for best Kiddies Album goes to Sicelo Shiceka for his album; a funded trip to Switzerland. Shiceka has been axed from Cabinet Records after being found guilty of misusing the record company’s funds for overseas trips to Switzerland, to visit a former girlfriend in jail. The decision to fire Sicelo Shiceka has prompted the president of Cabinet Records to reshuffle someone of the artist in their stable.

 

 

Best rap album goes to Big Mac, for his chart smashing album; My honey aint got no arms deal money. Big Mac is set to feature fellow rapper and friend Schabir Shady Shaik on his new Album Medical Parole.

 

 

Best new comer goes to pop star Lindiwe T-lady Mazibuko, for her sensational track how many sugars.  Lindiwe was born in Swaziland, raised in Durban Went to school at St Mary's DSG in Kloof, where she matriculated in 1997. From there she went on to the University of KwaZulu-Natal to pursue a Bachelor of Music degree. The young artist has signed to Democratic Alliance records, founded by Helen Zilicious. T-lady scooped the award from revival pop artist Fikile Mbalula, who is also a new “cummer” to the music scene.

 

Bagging rock album of the year is the notorious group boeremag; with their highest selling album: Huston we have a K problem.  The band has since broken up, with some members becoming alcoholics and spending most of their time behind “bars”.

 

 

Best contemporary faith music album goes to the band Parliament with their love it or hate it album; Secrecy Bill. Their new album is stirring up controversy with the lyrics “No public interest for you Media B*cthez”

 

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