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Liberian Entertainment Awards Announces Official Nominees for the 2019: Over 6 Entertainers Neck to Neck with 2 Nominations Each

Ace Harris
Liberian Entertainment Awards (LEA) today announces the nominees for the 2019 Liberian Entertainment Awards across 15 different categories. The annual celebration will recognize the best in Comedy, Music, Movies and Fashion from legends to the next generation. Hosting on March 16th in Washington DC, the LEA presents: 2019 Liberian Entertainment Awards nominees.

2019 breakout star, Nuchie Meek ties with big names like CIC, Bucky Raw, Christoph, Foreign Ward, leading the nominations with two each. Nuchie Meek’s nominations include ‘Hipco Artist of the Year,’  and ‘New Artist of the Year.’ Bucky Raw’s nominations include ‘Artist of the Year,’and 'Hipco Artist of the Year'.
Other nominees include Chi Chi Neblett who garnered 2 nominations, Tamba Hali, C-Jay, and Jaredo each garnered 2 nominations for this year’s awards.
These are the newbies to Liberian Entertainment Awards nominee list: Ace Harris, Lil Jay, Ladia Jackson, Rickslyn Myers and more.
Performer at 1984 Louisiana World Exposition , Award winner, singer-songwriter, artist, and activist, Fatu Gayflor, is set to receive the Legend Award. Check out the complete list below:

LEA2019 NOMINEES:

BEST DJ:
DJ 2Much (Philadelphia)
DJ Nelly (Liberia)
DJ Shine D’Beast (Georgia)
DJ Theo (Liberia)
DJ Yung T (Minnesota)

BEST MODEL:
Aminata Jajua
Candace Sayonkon
Nancy Norkeh
Natasha G. Smith
Samphemia Greene

BEST ARTIST:
Bucky Raw
Christoph The Change 
Mai Myers
Mz Menneh
Tamba Hali

BEST COMEDIAN:
Angel Michael
Darlington Curtis
Don Worry
Fay Nelson
LIB Jalloh 

BEST FILM:
Brown Sugar
Fatima
Providence 
The Wrong Woman
Ungrateful Husband

BEST FASHION DESIGNER:
Aryea Kolubah
Korto Momolu
Monsio Couture
Tay Gaye (Modisch)
Telfar Clemens

BEST HIPCO ARTIST:
Bucky Raw
Christoph The Change
Foreign Ward
Nuchie Meek
Soul Fresh

BEST MUSIC PRODUCER:
Ace Harris
D12
Duke Blac
Kizzy W
Lil Jay

SONG OF THE YEAR:
C-Jay (Boss Chick)
CIC ft Iyanya (Weekend)
Foreign Ward (Day Break)
Kobazzie (Bounce)
Stunna (Baby O)

BEST RADIO PERSONALITY:
Dede Dalmeida (Be 100Radio)
Henry Costa (Roots FM)
Master Queen (Hott FM)
O’Neal Roberts (Truth FM)
Rickslyn Myers (Prime FM)

BEST GOSPEL ARTIST:
Alex Greene
Comfort Koon
Jada Mayson
Miracle Kettor
Stacious Smith

BEST MUSIC VIDEO:
2C ft Akon (Mr Mechanic)
Ace Cape ft Jaredo (Work Hard)
CIC ft Iyanya (Weekend)
Stunna ft Iyanya (Balance)
Tamba Hali (Samba)

BEST FILMMAKER:
Albert Capehart
Brenda Moore
Chi-Chi Neblett
Gerald Barclay
Lydia Jackson

BEST NEW ARTIST:
Ali Lakis
C-Jay
Jaredo
Lortonio 
Nuchie Meek

BEST ACTOR(ESS):
Chi-Chi Neblett
Dennies Chico Constance
Korto Davis
Love Weah
Major Dahnsaw

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  1. Nice try... Stunna has 2 nominations . I guess it's typo.

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