GALLERY | Bontle Modiselle’s stunning #SAMA27 looks

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The 27th instalment of the South African Music Awards (SAMAs) which was broadcasted on Saturday, 31 July was a high energy virtual event which saw local artists such as Langa Mavuso, Sjava, Buhlebendalo, Big Zulu, Bucy Radebe, Azana and Boity take to the stage to give electrifying performances.

Due to the lockdown regulations, the show - which is usually held at the Sun City Superbowl - was  recorded in a Johannesburg studio under strict Covid-19 level 4 lockdown protocols. Hosted by dancer Bontle Modiselle-Moloi and actor Lawrence Maleka, the award show say over 40 awards being handed out.

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Although viewers couldn’t really look forward to a red carpet affair, the show’s host, Bontle, did not disappoint when it came to serving looks. She rocked four different outfits which were all styled by fashion creative, Kgosi Lesego.

Here's a look at her exquisite oufits:

Look 1

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@bontle.modiselle Instagram.

Look 2

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Look 3

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Look 4

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Here's a complete list of winners

Artist of the Year

Blaq Diamond


Record of the Year

Keep it Together - Matthew Mole


Music Video of the Year

Price to Pay - Miss Pru featuring Blaq Diamond and Malome Vector


Album of the Year

Once Upon A Time In Lockdown – Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa (Scorpion Kings)


Duo or Group of the Year

Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa (Scorpion Kings) – Once Upon A Time In Lockdown


Sofnfree Female Artist of the Year

Sho Madjozi – What A Life


Male Artist of the Year

Kabza De Small – I Am The King of Amapiano: Sweet & Dust


White Star Newcomer of the Year

Bucy Radebe – Spiritual Encounter


Best Rock Album

Orange Sunshine – Yum Yuck


Best Pop Album

Tribes & Angels – Locnville


Beste Pop Album

Twintig20 – Brendan Peyper


Best Adult Contemporary Album

Rise – Ndlovu Youth Choir


Beste Kontemporêre Musiek Album

Herverbeel – Die Heuwels Fantasties


Best African Adult Contemporary Album

Amakhaya – Max Hoba


Best Alternative Album

iimini – Bongeziwe Mabandla


Best R&B/Soul Album

Uhambo – Soul Kulture


Best Hip-Hop Album

Zulu Man With Some Power – Nasty C


Best Kwaito Album

Ama Roto EP – Reece Madlisa and Zuma


Best Dance Album

The Healers: The Last Chapter – Black Motion


Best Traditional Faith Album

Spiritual Encounter – Bucy Radebe


Best Contemporary Faith Album

Your Kingdom on Earth – Hle


Best African Indigenous Faith Album

Izwi Lakho – Mandlethu Gospel Singers


Rest of Africa

Songs in the Key of Love – Berita


Best Traditional Album

What a Life – Sho Madjozi


Best Maskandi Album

Imfene kaMakhelwane – Abafana Baka Mgqumeni


Best Jazz Album

Modes of Communication: Letters from the Underworld – Nduduzo Makhathini


Best Classical/Instrumental Album

We’ve Known All Times – Wouter Kellerman


Best Afropop Album

Ngumama – Vusi Nova


Best Live Audio Visual Recording

Journey to the World and Beyond – Sun-El Musician


Best Collaboration

Mali Eningi – Big Zulu feat Riky Rick and Intaba yase Dubai


Best Produced Music Video

Hosh by Prince Kaybee feat Sir Trill – Ofentse


Best Produced Album of the Year

Umsebenzi by Sjava – Delaydem, Ruff, Webmoms, Zadok and Vuyo Manyike


Best Engineered Album of the Year

Inganekwane by Zoe Modiga – Papi Diretsi and Songo Oyama


Remix of the Year

Yehla Moya – Da Capo


Best Reggae Album

Persistence – Bongo Riot


Best Amapiano Album

Once Upon A Time in Lockdown – Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa (Scorpion Kings)


Best Gqom Album

Inzalo Yekwaito - Zinaro


Lifetime Achievement Award

Lebo M

Dr Lindelani Mkhize

PJ Powers


International Achievement Award

Master KG


Best Selling Artist

Mlindo the Vocalist - Emakhaya


Most Streamed Song

You’re the One – Elaine




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