City People Entertainment Awards

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City People Entertainment Awards
Awarded for Excellence in Nigeria & Ghana Entertainment
Country Nigeria
Presented by City People Magazine
First awarded 2009
Website http://citypeoplegroup.org/i/

City People Entertainment Awards are an annual accolade presented by City People Magazine to honour Nigerian and Ghanaian entertainers. The first edition was held in Abeokuta, Ogun State on June 14, 2009. The event was hosted by Governor Gbenga Daniel in the State House. The most recent ceremony was held on June 22, 2014 at 10 Degrees Event Centre, Lagos State.[1][2][3]

Ceremonies[edit]

  • 2009 City People Entertainment Awards
  • 2010 City People Entertainment Awards
  • 2011 City People Entertainment Awards
  • 2012 City People Entertainment Awards
  • 2013 City People Entertainment Awards
  • 2014 City People Entertainment Awards

2017 division[edit]

In 2017, the award was divided into "City People Music Awards" and "City People Movie Awards".[4]

Categories[edit]

The following are the present categories:

Nigeria[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Music Marketer Of The Year
  • Musician Of The Year (Male)
  • Musician Of The Year (Female)
  • R&B Artiste of the Year
  • Record Label of the Year
  • Rap Artiste of the Year
  • Best Music Producer of the Year
  • Best Music Video Director of the Year
  • Dancehall/Reggae Act of the Year
  • Most Popular Song of the Year
  • Best New Musician of the Year
  • Best Collabo of the Year
  • Rap Album of the Year
  • Video of the Year
  • Music Website of the Year
  • Nite Club of the Year
  • Hip Hop Song of the Year
  • Best Juju Artiste In The Diaspora
  • Islamic Artiste of the Year
  • Best Music Band of the Year
  • South South Musician of the Year
  • Radio/TV FM/Radio Station With Best Showbiz Content
  • Radio Station With Best Indigenous Showbiz Content
  • Music Channel of the Year

Movie[edit]

  • Best Actress Of The Year (English)
  • Best Actor Of The Year (English)
  • Nollywood Face Of The Year
  • Best New Actor Of The Year (English)
  • Best New Actress Of The Year (English)
  • Best Supporting Actor of the Year (English)
  • Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (English)
  • Best Movie Of The Year (English)
  • Best Movie Producer Of The Year (English)
  • Best Movie Marketer of the Year (English)
  • Best Director Of The Year (English)
  • Comic Actor Of The Year (English)
  • Most Promising Act of the Year
  • Best Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Best Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Best New Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Best New Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Best Supporting Actor of the Year (Yoruba)
  • Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Best Movie Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Best Movie Producer Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Best Movie Marketer of the Year (Yoruba)
  • Movie Director Of The Year (Yoruba)
  • Most Promising Actress of the Year (Yoruba)
  • Most Promising Actor of the Year (Yoruba)
  • Comic Actor Of The Year (Yoruba)

Kannywood[edit]

  • Best Actor Of The Year
  • Best Actress of the Year
  • Best Supporting Actor of The Year
  • Best Supporting Actress of The Year
  • Best New Actor of The Year
  • Best New Actress of The Year
  • Best Director of The Year
  • Best Producer of The Year
  • Best Musician Of The Year
  • Best Film Of The Year

Ghana[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Best Actor Of The Year (Ghana)
  • Best Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
  • Best Supporting Actor Of The Year (Ghana)
  • Best Supporting Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
  • Entertainment Company of the Year
  • Best New Actress Of The Year (Ghana)
  • Best Showbiz-friendly Company Of The Year (Ghana)
  • Face Of Ghana Movies Award
  • Best Movie Of The Year (Ghana)
  • Hottest Ghanaian Actress In Nollywood
  • Most Promising Actress of the Year

Music[edit]

  • Musician of the Year (Male)
  • Musician Of The Year (Female)
  • TV Station With Best Showbiz Content (Ghana)
  • Radio Station With Best Showbiz Content (Ghana)
  • Showbiz Blogger/Online Writer Of The Year (Ghana)
  • TV Hostess of the Year (Ghana)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stars Converge for City People Awards". bellanaija.com. 5 August 2010. Retrieved 1 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "CD John, Chidinma, Dagrin to be honoured at 3rd City People Awards". thenet.ng. July 6, 2011. Retrieved 1 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Halima Abubakar, Samklef nominated for City People Awards". bellanaija.com. 8 August 2011. Retrieved 1 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "CITY PEOPLE SET TO HOLD 2017 MOVIE AWARDS". City PEople Group. August 21, 2017.