Celebs Guess Who’ll Win Song Of The Year at The Metros

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The 16th Metro FM Awards will take place in Durban this weekend. Out of all the categories, the most anticipated is the Song of the Year.

Nathi

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He won Song of the Year last year at the awards. For this year’s nominations he chooses Musa featuring Robbie Malinga’s Mthande because “people across the country love it so much. I would also bump into people who assumed it was mine. It’s a beautiful easy to sing along song.“

Khanya Mkangisa

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“My vote definitely goes to Kwetsa’s Ngud’. That song was hot the whole of last year, also I rate Kwesta as an artist high up there and it would be great for hip hop to take such a category.”

Nadia Nakai

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“Definitely Kwesta’s Ngud because it was my jam for the whole of last year, I played it everywhere.”

Thembisa Mdoda

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“The one that got everyone dancing including little kids is Babes’ Wololo. So my vote goes there.”

Zenande Mfenyana

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“Although my personal favourite is Lebo Sekgobela’s Lion of Judah but Babes Wodumo is most likely to win as it was a club banger. Even if you’re not much of a club goer, you can’t help but dance when it plays. Musa and Robbie’s Mthande is also another great contender as it’s such a beautiful song.”

Karabo Mogane

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“I’ll with Mthande by Musa and Robbie Malinga. The song is huge and equivalent to what Nathi’s Nomvula did last year.”

Ms Cosmo DJ

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“For the sake of supporting hip hop, I’ll go for Ngud by Kwesta. It was a big, ground-breaking song that played in most of the radio stations across the country. From a reach and longevity perspective it’s still doing great and people are still loving it.”

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