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AMVCA 2018: Check Out Full List of AMVCA 2018 Winners



AMVCA 2018 Winners

AMVCA 2018: Check Out Full List of AMVCA 2018 Winners – The 6th annual Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards holding at the Eko Hotel and Suites on Victoria Island, Lagos, has begun with a red carpet that kicked off at exactly 4PM (Nigerian Time).

Here is the complete list of winners at the sixth edition of the annual Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards.

Best Sound Editor

Tatu – Kolade Morakinyo and Pius Fatoke WINNER

Idahaso Trails – Stanlee Ohikhuare

Alter Ego – Zezom Gnawni

Ojukokoro – Dayo Thompson

Hakkunde – James Coon Falcon

Best Picture Editor

Idemuza – Aloaye Omoake

18 Hours – Mark Maina WINNER

Alter Ego – Moses Inwang/Tunde Bakare

Hakkune – Asurf Oluseyi

Hidden – Jibril Mailafia

Best Lighting Designer Movie/TV Series

Tatu – Akpe Ododoru, Tunde Akinniyi WINNER

Kada River – Godwin Gata

Hidden – Agbo Kelly

Lotanna – McBaror

Children of Mud – Sunday Olalekan

Best Cinematography Movies/TV series

Tatu – Akpe Ododoru

Idemuza – D!ckson Godwin

T-Junction – Lester Millado

The Torture – Rwamusigazi Kyakunzire

Okafor’s Law – Yinka Edward WINNER

Alter Ego – Bishop Blunt/Adeoye Adeniyi

Best Costume/Designer Movie or TV Series

Tatu – Yolanda Okereke

Isoken – Jade Osiberu

Potato Potahto – Christie Brown

Hakkunde – Joan Gbefwi

The Bridge – Ngozi Obasi and James Bessinone WINNER

Best Short Film/Online Video

The Housewife – Jay Franklin Jituboh

Tolu – Nadine Ibrahim

Penance – Micheal Ama Psalmist’ Akinrogunde WINNER

Lodgers – Ken Ogunlola

Tanwa, The Child We Wanted – Adenike Adebayo

Best Documentary

The Flesh Business – Dennis Wanjohi WINNER

Nightfall in Lagos – James Amuta

God’s Wives – Bolanle Olukanni

Omidan, Styles Defunct by Ayaworanho3d – Aderemi Davies

Calabar Carnival: What the People Think – Oghenefego Ofili

Best Make Up Artist Movie/TV Series

Tatu – Thelma Ozy Smith, Hakeem Effect Onilogbo WINNER

Ojukokoro – Sandra Oyiana

What Lies Within – Cynthia Ububa

Disguise – Hakeem Effect

Lotanna – Nnenna Emekalam

Best Art Director

Isoken – Jade Osiberu

Tatu – Don Omope, Yolanda Okereke, Segun Arinze, Tolu Awobiyi

Children of Mud – Imoh Umoren

Lotanna – Tunji Afolayan WINNER

Idahaso Trails – Stanlee Ohikhuare

Hidden – Jibril Mailafia

Best Soundtrack Movies/TV Series

M0 – Tom Koroluk

Banana Island Ghost – Enyi Omeruah and Funbi Ogunbanwo

Bella – Andrew Ahuura

Tatu – Evelle WINNER

Idahosa Trails – Oriri Osayamore

18 Hours – Jacktone Okore

Best Overall Movie

Potato Potahto – Shirley Frimpong-Manso

Alter Ego – Moses Inwang

18 Hours – Phoebe Ruguru

Devil’s Chest – Hassan Mageye

Descent – Awal Abdulfatai

The Road to Sunrise – Shemu Joyah

Best Indigenous Language Movie or TV Series – Swahili

Super Modo – Sarika Hemi Lhakani WINNER

Best Indigenous Language Movie or TV Series – Hausa

Mansoor – Ali Nuhu WINNER

Umar Sanda – Kamal S Alkali

Dadin Kowa Sabon Salo – Arewa24

Uwar Bari – Hamisu Lamido Iyantama

Rashinsani – Tiana Johnson

Best Indigenous Language Movies or TV Series – Yoruba

Alakiti – Abiodun Jimoh, Jumoke Odetola

Adaba – Adebayo Salami

Etiko Onigedu – Femi Adebayo WINNER

Egun Iran Kinni – Oyindamola Awotidebe

Ogun Sengese – Ibironke Ojo

Best Indigenous Language Movies or TV Series – Igbo

Bound – Lilian Afegbai WINNER

Ofuobi – Victor Oyke

Uwa Na Eme Nyughari – Tiana Johnson

Oge Nkem – Tiana Oboyi Johnson

Ego Malaysia – Iyooh James Chidozie

Best TV/Drama/Comedy series

Gina and Friends – Paul Igwe

Professor Johnbull – Tchidi Chikere

Papa Ajasco Reloaded – Wale Adenuga

This Is It – Dolapo Adeleke WINNER

Relatives – Tunde Adegbola

Best Movie East Africa

18 Hours – Phoebe Ruguru WINNER

Devil’s Chest – Hassan Mageye

The Forbidden – Kizito Samuel Saviour

Rain – Mathew & Eleanor Nabwiso

Bella – Math Bish

Best Movie West Africa

Potato Potahto – Shirley Frimpong-Manso

Alter Ego – Moses Inwang – Esther Eyibo

Isoken – Jade Osiberu WINNER

Tatu – Don Omope, Yolanda Okereke, Segun Arinze, Tolu Awobiyi

Children of Mud – Imoh Umoren

Lotanna – Ifan Micheal

Best Movie Southern Africa

Descent – Awal Abdulfatai

The Road to Sunrise – Shemu Joyah WINNER

Salute! – Phillipe Talavera

Jomako Black Democracy – Abraham Kabwe

Nyasaland – Joyce Mhango Chavula

Trail Blazer Award

Bisola Aiyeola WINNER

Industry Merit Award

Tunde Kelani WINNER

Best Writer Movie/TV Series

Idemuza – Alaoye Omoake

Soul Tie – Kehinde Joseph

Idahosa Trails – Stanlee Ohikhuare

18 Hours – Njue Kevin

The Torture – Mulindwa Richard

Alter Ego – Patrick Nnamani/Koye O/Moses Inwang WINNER

Hakkunde – Tomi Adesina

Best Supporting Actress

Toyin Abraham – Tatu

Dorcas Shola Fapson – Banana Island Ghost

Funlola Afofiyebi-Riami – Tatu

Ebele Okaro – Blackrose

Lydia Forson – Isoken WINNER

Emem Inwang – Alter Ego

Best Supporting Actor

Saidi Balogun – Banana Island Ghost

Tomiwa Edun – Banana Island Ghost

Falz – New Money WINNER

Kunle Idowu – Idahosa Trails

Gabriel Afolayan – Okafor’s Law

Wale Ojo – Betrayal

Best Actress in a comedy and TV series

Rita Dominic – Big Fat Lie

Adesua Etomi – 10 days in Sun city

Queen Nwokoye – Excess Luggage

Bimbo Ademoye – Backup Wife

Dakore Akande – Isoken

Nyce Wanueri – Auntie Boss WINNER

Best Actor in a comedy

Kalu Ikeagwu- Dr Meekam

IK Ogbonna – Excess Luggage

Blossom Chukwujekwu – The Big Fat Lie

Odunlade Adekola – A Million Baby WINNER

OC Ukeje – Potato Potahto

Jimmy Olukoya – Guy Man

Best Actress in a Drama/TV Series

Agaba Joan – The Torture

Keira Hewatch – The Witness Box

Miriam Kayode – Children of Mud

Cinderella Sanyu – Bella

Omotola Jalade Ekeinde – Alter Ego

Lilian Echelon – Black Rose

Best Actor in a Drama Series

Wale Ojo – Alter Ego

Kalu Ikeagwu – Benevolence

Rushabiro Raymond – The Torture

Adjetey Anang – Keteke

Adjetey Anang – Sidechic Gang

Chris Attoh – Esohe

Best Director

Moses Inwang – Alter Ego

Aloaye Omoake – Idemuza

Asurf Oluseyi – Hakkunde

Don Omope – Tatu

Jade Osiberu – Isoken

Mulindwa Richard – The Torture

Shirley Frimpong-Manso – Potato Potahto

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Meet Intellectual proparty producer who claims to be the biggest Afrobeat producer in the world




Meet Intellectual proparty producer who claims to be the biggest Afrobeat producer in the world

Okafor Chukwunweike Dominion (Born December 13th, 1995) Professionally known as Dominion or Intellectual Proparty is a Nigerian Record Producer, Song writer, Youtuber, Electrical Engineer & Entrepreneur from Anambra state, Nigeria. He is popularly known for his
Dominion influenced producer tag Intellectual proparty

He diversifies in various genres ranging from mainly afrobeats, trap & dancehall music, R&B. Growing up into a music inclined family in a small Eastern city of Onitsha, Dominion began a music career in early secondary school days before making the big step of relocating to Awka for his degree program and later on to Lagos.

He is also known for making alot of both popular and some unreleased songs example, “ABOY” ft PHYNO AND DJ JMASTA , Mr Real and many others.


More Things you need to know About Intellectual Proparty

Stage name: Dominion (Intellectual proparty)
State of origin: Anambra state
Current base: Lagos State
Names of artist I hv worked with: phyno, Duncan mighty, Mr Real, Picazo, Rhatti, Dj Enimoney, Nuno zigi, skales, jaywillz, Kc kingz, Dj Jay masta, slow dog, Omax and many A list who haven’t released there songs yet, I guess I will add there’s when the songs are all out. (Laughing)
Currently produced hit songs: All the songs I produced are hits but if you mean the particular song that has made more wave, then I should say “Aboy” by deejay Jaymasta.
What inspired you to start production: It was back when I was a young teenager, my friends were good singers and I wanted to help them get their songs out to for people to listen, there was no money to pay the producers in the studio. So I thought I should learn and help out and that’s how I found myself here.
Do you also sing: Sure I do
Who is your role model: I look up to Dr Dre, don jazzy and masterkraft. This three made a remarkable influence in music production, and I’m going to be the fourth man (laughing)
Which artist song did u produce and you are very proud of the person: I’m very proud of every artist I have ever worked with. I have worked with many upcoming artists and I’m super proud of them cos they always do the extra ordinary,

Aboy” by dj j masta x phyno

Pak and go” by omax
Site” by Rhatti x dj enimony x Picazo
“Iyo” by nuno zigi

Aside beat making, what other services do you offer: I make drum loops, guitar melodies, various samples, sound pack generally.

I also mix and master,
I run a music producer academy where I educate producers the various skills on beat making and getting placements, scaling through the industry. I sell exclusive beats online.


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Top 3 Nigerian High School WEB/TV Series You Should Watch




Top 3 Nigerian High School WEB/TV Series You Should Watch

This is a list of the most popular Nigerian High Web/Tv series. Some on this list have ended while some are still airing but that is not the case here, the reason we are featuring this is for Nigerians who still believe Nollywood movies are poor, trust us the web/tv shows seem to be better you should check some out. You can find them on YouTube.


Best Friends in the World is a youth-oriented web series about friendship, growing up, and love.

The series has been a success during its travel up to third term( three seasons) and is just one of the most youth-oriented web series on Youtube. The Series follows Olive, whose arrival in a new school threatens a preppy, and popular student and, she takes countermeasures- but at what cost?
The Series stars Inemesit Alfred, Wisdom Esin, Jeiel Damina, Emmanuel Esiet and Emanuella Nwaneto as lead casts. It was directed by Jemima Damina.


Discussing sexual molestation and bullying and educating teenagers on the proper ways to handle it can be tricky; it can become a dragging conversation. Sometimes, it’s easier to show rather than tell. And that is what the ongoing Nigerian high school miniseries, Like Filtered Water has done.

The 9 episode TV and web miniseries boasts of steering performances by young lead characters, Perpetua Obianuju Ukachukwu and Desmond Obidiaso.
It was written by Chinua Ofodile, and Matthew Maryann and was directed by Benneth Nwankwo.

3. MOSTLY STRAIGHT (By Awakening films)

Sexuality, friendship and love are the key subjects addressed in the Ivan Imoka’s directed web miniseries.

The series stars Henry Chukz, Johnpaul Gosioha, Kimbel Simeon, Ivan Imoka, Jessica Ndigwe, Shawn Foster, Anyaene Nkiru, Angela Udewulu, Oscar Udeoji and many more.

It was produced by Henry Chukz, Ivan Imoka, and was written by Obasi Nnamdi.

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Wizkid Set To Release New Album




Wizkid Set To Release New Album

Wizkid seems to be preparing to release another album, just months after he released Sounds From The Other Side. The singer made a post on Instagram with which he teased him followers that a new album might be in the offing.

See picture below.

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