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Liberian Entertainment Awards 2018: Shine P makes history, leads with four, followed by DenG and CIC


Shine P and DenG will compete for the major Liberian Entertainment awards in March.  


DenG has three nominations this year, including artist of the year, video of the year and song of the year. 


CIC also has three nominations this year, artist of the year, song of the year and Hipco artist of the year.  

Shine P makes history twice this year. For the first time in LEA history a new artist is nominated for artist of the year, and it is also the first time a new artist is nominated in more than one categories. Shine P is nominated for artist of the year, song of the year, best Hipco artist and best new artist. 

Check out the complete list of 2018 Liberian Entertainment Awards nominees below. 




LEA2018 NOMINEES:


BEST ARTIST: 

DenG

CIC

Kobazzie

Mai Myers

Shine P


Best New Artist

Ace Cape

Ag Da Profit

Faith Vonic

Kpanto (Stunna)

Shine P


BEST RADIO PERSONALITY:

Dede Dalmeida 

Henry Costa 

Lincoln Ward

Master Queen

Rickslyn Myers


BEST GOSPEL ARTIST:

Arimetha Smith

Evon Kawreh

Jada Mayson Osabu

Joe D’Publik

Will Davies


BEST MODEL:

Amina Jajua 

Cianneh Browne

Elly Olson

Prince Kruz Vah

Shi-Shi Seh



BEST MUSIC VIDEO:


DenG ft Kcee - “Make Dem Talk”

Flex ft Akon - “Holy Ghost Fire

Quincy B ft Sweetz - “My Pledge”

Skylett White - “Buffe Ground Hold It”

Togar Howard - “Fantasy”


SONG OF THE YEAR:

Ag Da Profit - “Zico”

CIC ft FA - “Jon Buttay”

DenG - “Grateful”

Kobazzie ft CIC - “Drinks on Me”

Shine P ft Ali - “Drinks (Drinking Drinks)”


BEST DJ:


DJ Ant Flahn

DJ Daddi Rich

DJ LIB

DJ Nelly

VDJ 2Much 


BEST HIPCO ARTIST:

Christoph

CIC

Mazie Blanco

Shine P

Soul Fresh


BEST MUSIC PRODUCER:

D12

Genius 

Just Prince

Killer Beatz

Stone Luck Shine


BEST ACTOR(ESS):

Angel Michael 

Eugene Roques 

Karishma Pelham-Raad

Korto Davis 

Melvin Kidka


BEST COMEDIAN:

Angel Michael 

Darlington Curtis

Fadee “Arab Marine” Murad

Fay Nelson 

Paul Flomo


BEST FASHION DESIGNER:

Crystal Wonyen (J Wonyen)

Comfort Norkeh (Comfort Couture

Melody Asherman (RR Fashionista)

Monsio Saba (Monsio Couture)

Precious Lakis (Precious Pieces)


BEST FILM MAKER:

Alexander “Ush” Wiaplah

Angel Michael

Frank Artus

Hadisa Kadi

Mardea Tyler-Kulee 


BEST FILM:

ABC Gboyo

Complicated Destiny 

Friend Request 

LIB Players

Siatta Will Kill Me


*Public Voting runs from January 1st - January 31st online at www.LiberianEntertainmentAwards.com *Winners are determined by 50% Public Votes and 50% LEA Academy Votes. Winners will be announced on March 10th at The 10th Liberian Entertainment Awards at The Rialto Center in Atlanta, GA.






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