NEA AWARDS ANNOUNCES ITS 2018 WINNERS
November 10, 2018 – Washington, DC – The 13 th edition of the Nigeria Entertainment Awards was held on Saturday, November 10 th , 2018 at the University of the District of Columbia Theater of the Arts in Washington, DC.
The show was hosted by Charles Okocha popularly known as Igwe Tupac and featured top African and Caribbean stars. Davido and Tiwa Savage were the big winners of the night taking home Afropop Male and Female Artists of the year respectively. Other highlight of the show saw Tunde Ednut winning the humanitarian award, Gbenga Solitude won entertainment pioneer award and Harry Baba winning the community activist award.
The 2018 NEA awards was supported by Raging Bull Entertainment, UDR Media, DJ Zimo, EEC, Colors of Africa, Afrobeats Live, Phemstar Productions, Solara Group, Kedu TV, Splash Entertainment, Igbo Girls brunch and Moijey Jewelries.
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The NEA AWARDS is an annual entertainment award show held in the United States, with the sole purpose of celebrating and recognizing the numerous contributions of entertainers to the African entertainment industry, while at the same time promoting the image and rich culture of Nigeria.
History of NEA
The Nigeria Entertainment Award (NEA Awards) was established in New York City in January of 2006. NEA Awards is an annual event focused on recognizing the many contributions of African Entertainers to a thriving entertainment industry. The producers of the event are dedicated to promoting the image and rich culture of Nigeria in the continent and around the globe.
Album of the Year - Glory (Olamide)
Hottest Single of the Year : If (Davido)
Best New Act : Mayorkun
Best Actor : Ramsey Nouah (76)
Best Actress : Funke Akindele
Best Disc Jockey : DJ Prince
OAP of the Year : Big Tak
The NEA AWARDS is an annual entertainment award show held in the United States, with the sole purpose of celebrating and recognizing the numerous contributions of entertainers to the African Entertainment Industry, while at the same time promoting the image and rich culture of Nigeria.