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The Zambian Music Awards 2015 took place at Government complex in Lusaka.

The big winners of the night were Chef 187 winning 4 awards and Abel Chungu winning 3.
Here is the full list of winners in the order they where presented.
BEST CLUB DJ
Bizzy Wizzy (winner)
BEST FEMALE RADIO DJ
Roxy (Radio Phoenix) (winner)
BEST MALE RADIO DJ
Man Chilu (ZNBC) (winner)
BEST COLLABORATION
Kumalila Ngoma – Chef 187 & Afunika (winner)
BEST CORAL ALBUM
Pa Lupili – Mt. Sinai (winner)
BEST KALINDULA ALBUM
Ndevu – Liseli Sisters (winner)
BEST DANCE-HALL ALBUM
Time Bomb – T Sean (winner)
BEST REGGAE ALBUM
Freedom – Chris Aka (winner)
BEST RN’B ALBUM
Love Unleashed – Abel Chungu (winner)
BEST HIP-HOP ALBUM
Heart Of A Lion – Chef 187 (winner)
BEST MAINSTREAM ALBUM
Heart Of A Lion – Chef 187 (winner)
BEST GOSPEL ALBUM
Love Unleashed – Abel Musuka Chungu (winner)
BEST NIYATU ALBUM
Mr. Nyopole – Willz (winner)
BEST SONG WRITER
P Jay (Brian Chengwa) (winner)
BEST JAZZ ALBUM
Afro Red (winner)
BEST LIVE RECORDING ALBUM
Muli Yesu – North Mid Mega Choir (winner)
BEST BAND
Amayenge Cultural Ensemble (winner)
BEST GOSPEL FEMALE ARTIST
Suwilanji (winner)
BEST GOSPEL MALE ARTIST
Abel Musuka Chungu (winner)
BEST NEW ARTIST
Willz Mr. Nyopole (winner)
BEST TRADITIONAL MUSIC ALBUM
Malizu – Tasila Mwale (winner)
BEST INDIGENOUS GROUP
Kasama Arts Troupe (winner)
BEST SOUND ENGINEER
Brian Michelo (winner)
BEST DRUMMER
Eston Mwape (winner)
BEST STUDIO SOUND ENGINEER
Jerry Fingaz (winner)
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD
Evelyn Hone College (winner)
BEST MAINSTREAM FEMALE ARTIST
Mampi (winner)
BEST MAINSTREAM MALE ARTIST
Chef 187 (winner)
SONG OF THE YEAR 2015
Mama Rebecca – Macky2 (winner)

znbc presenterChilufya Mwelwa

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dj al kalDJ Al Kal presenting an award 

suwilanjiSuwilanji

singing

wilz2Willz Mr. Nyopole

 

dj bugsy and franciarDJ Bugsy and Franciar

exile izrealIsreal(Exile) performing his hits 

T-sean Live On Stage Paying a Tribute to the late P P'JayT-sean Live On Stage Paying a Tribute to the late PJay

wilzWilz performing 

f jayF-jay performing 

The Liseli SistersThe Liseli Sisters

t seanT sean

kutembaKutemba

DJ luchiLuchi presenting an award

macky 2Macky 2

Dj roxyDJ Roxy

milz live on stageMilz live of stage

abel chungu 2Abel Chungu 

chef 187Chef 187 and Afunika Receiving the award for Best Collaboration

weziWezi performing 

 

 

BY KAPA187

 

 

 

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. Thats more lyk it thanx for representin cb very well,in the same way president edgar lungu does,we in kitwe r so proud of u

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  2. Xellent all round & honor to Amayenge & late PJ ….Zed’s got talent.
    Keep up the hard work n faith in our Lord!

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  3. The event by our standards, seemed very well organised as compared to last year’s. Well done organisers and sponsors. Nevertheless, I have a problem with the quality of the music performed by various artists. To me, the standard leaves much to be desired except for one or two! Artists you need to polish up your acts if your are to reach world standards. Lastly, when is ZNBC going to improve the quality of their picture on TV1? It was so pathetically dark for those of us watching at home! Did other viewers notice this or may be it is my tv? By the way even when football matches are televised by ZNBC TV1, pictures are always darker than TV2/ Why?

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  4. the awards were pathetic to say the least, first , the stage was not appealing it was dark making it hard for viewers at home not to enjoy the show, secondly the awards were more of appeasements . For instance i expected Belinda nafwa by chester to scoop the Song of the year, and above all , why only Kopala people getting so much awrads ?????? if thats the case then the Awards ceremony must shift to Copperbelt so that, coz its not fair.

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  5. Zambia has come a long Way. I remember as a child, our parents used to break our banjos made from cooking oil tins and scraps of wood while shouting, “Ika nzelu ku sukulu, vilimba ivi mulibe future.” Today some of these guys are doing much better than the people bidding for the kwacha in an office 9 to 5. There’s hope.

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