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Africans nominated for BET’s 2010 Best International Award

U.S. cable network Black Entertainment Television commonly known as BET is holding its annual award show soon. The cable Network which celebrated its 30th anniversary this January has nominated some of Africa’s finest artistes under the category of ‘Best International Award. The network revealed that Queen Latifah will host the Award show. The nominees are:

 

Hip-Hop Panstula (South Africa)

 

 

 

Jabulani Tsambo AKA Hip Hop Pantsula is a popular South African Motswako rapper. Pantsula sings frequently in n ethnic languages.  He has collaboration with US Hip Hop artist Nas. The South African rapper’s Mpitse won MTV Africa Music Awards 2009 Best Video award.

 

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P-Sqaure (Nigeria)

 

 

Peter and Paul Okoye known as P-Square are twin brothers. The Nigerian R&B duo stars won Africa’s prestigious musical award Kora 2010.

 

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K'Naan (Somalia)

 

 

Keynaan Cabdi Warsame is  the most popular Somalia musician of his generation. The young artiste has worked with Senegalese singer Youssou N'Dour and has collaborated with artists like Nelly Furtado, Mos Def, The Roots, Dead Prez and Damian Marley among others.

 

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MI (Nigeria)

 

 

Jude Abaga (Mister Incredible) - a rapper that is carving a reputation as the most talented rapper in Nigeria. The artiste is a born poet and entertainer.

 

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Estelle (UK)

 

 

 Estelle Fanta Swaray is one of UK most respected female rappers. She won her first Grammy Award for Best Trap/Trap Sung/Collaboration “American Boy” (Feat. Kanye West)

 

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Kojo Antwi (Ghana)

 

 

Kojo Antwi is Ghana’s biggest musical export and winner of Kora awards.

 

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Sade (UK / Nigeria)

 

 

 

Sade who has a Nigerian father and English mother recorded as the most successful solo female artist in British history. She was made a member of the Order of the British Empire in 2002.  Her latest release is “Soldier of Love." Sade is also nominated for the" Centric Award.

 

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Chipmunk (UK)

 

 

Jahmaal Noel Fyffe is known as Chipmunk has won the Best UK Newcomer at the MOBO Awards 2008. He also won Best Hip-Hop Act at the MOBO Awards 2009, overcoming US stars such as Jay-Z, Kanye West and Eminem.

 

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Dizee Rascal (UK)

 

 

Dizee is 2003 Mercury Prize winner. His single “Dance Wiv me” has become a smashing hit. The artist born as Dylan Kwabena Mills in East London is of Nigerian and Ghanaian descent.

 

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Corinne Bailey Rae (UK)

 

 

Corinne Bailey Rae is an Afro-British singer-songwriter and guitarist. It reported that Corinne is only the fourth female British act in history to have her first album debut at number one. She released her new album titled The Sea on 26 January 2010.

 

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Idris Elba and Gabourey Sidibe are also nominated for the Best Actor and Actress category.

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    • Dutch company to help US oil slick efforts

    • Over 121,000 millionaires here

    • Latent Dutch citizens acquiring Dutch citizenship

    • UN warns against 'overly tough' immigration policies

    • Dead body at sea

    • Netherlands appoints slavery professor

    • Subsidy to prevent repeat of home or business robberies

    • Team investigates death of Congolese human rights defender

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 Sports News 

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    • More Dollar millionaires

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    • A shower of complaints on Belgian rail

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