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2017 Liberian Entertainment Awards: List of Nominees

9 January 2017 

Deddeh Howard
LEA2017 NOMINEES:

BEST MODEL:
Deddeh Howard
Amina Jajua
Cianneh Browne
Akief Sheriff
Valentino Lucas

BEST RADIO PERSONALITY:
Martina Brooks
MacDella Jaa (Lady T)
Victor Jones
Chris Wolo
O'Neal Roberts Essomba

BEST GOSPEL ARTIST:
Moses Swaray
Precious Ngwu
Fatu Zeon
Charles Sleyon
Arimetha Smith

BEST FILM MAKER:
Love Weah
Prinze Whyee
Dream Debo
Hadisa Kadi (HK Productions)
Catherine Lemu

BEST ACTOR (ESS):
Cece Maintain
Bobby V Zoe
Wehdigar
Blake Bishop
Frances Brown

BEST HIPCO ARTIST:
Bucky Raw
Soul Fresh
Raw Pekin
Christoph
Tru Storry

BEST FASHION DESIGNER:
Brenda Teh (Belicious Wear)
Angie H (Angie H Couture)
Charlene Dunbar (Suakoko Betty)
Kimma Wreh (Tekay Designs)
Archel Bernard (Bombchel Factory)

BEST COMEDIAN:
Angel Michael
Paul Flomo
Miracle Gbayee
Wehdigar
WOC Comedy Central Team

BEST FILM:
MUDA
Dirty Deeds Love is Wicked
Secret Enemy Reloaded
Wedigar in Ghana
Daughters in America

BEST ARTIST:
DenG
Jodi
Soul Fresh
FA
Eric Geso

SONG OF THE YEAR:
Flex - "Fire Them"
PCK & L'Frankie - "I Here"
Bigg Timee - "Inside Outside"
Christoph ft Margas - "Hold your Polaruh"
Daddi Rich ft Pitty D'Best & D12 - "Dey Can't Make It"

BEST MUSIC VIDEO:
FA - "Desire"
Jodi - "Baygeeo"
ConCcoins - "Judge"
G-Rize - "Show Me That"
Quincy B - "Check & Balance"

BEST NEW ARTIST:

 Flex
Mai Myers
Kobazzie
Kizzy W
C.I.C.

BEST DJ:
DJ Nelly (Liberia)
DJ Flex (Australia)
DJ Yung T (Minnesota)
DJ Ant Flahn (Iowa)
DJ London (New York)

BEST MUSIC PRODUCER:
D12
Stone Luck Shine
Just Prince
Shadow Man
Infectious Michael


*Public Voting runs from January 15th - February 15th online at www.LiberianEntertainmentAwards.com *Winners are determined by 50% Public Votes and 50% LEA Academy Votes. Winners will be announced on March 4th at The 9th Liberian Entertainment Awards at The Lisner Theater in Washington DC

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