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The glamorous show attracted people from all walks of life like; music and video producers, actors, business people, activists, music fans however the media and the entertainment industry in the country formed the biggest percentage of the audience.
They ranged from veterans like; Joe Tabula, Isaac Ruccibigango, Alexander Ndaula, Shanks Vivid, Jenkins Mukasa and Steve Jean; whose fenon records was part of the organizing team and new musicians like Nava Grey, Bakri among others.
Almost all of the celebrated musicians in the country attended save a few like; Chameleon, Bobi Wine, Bebe Cool, Moze Radio and Weazle.
The other celebrated people in attendance were Prince David Kintu Wasajja, Dr. Maggie Kigozi and Frank Gashumba. Dr. Kigozi got excited when her son Daniel Kigozi, popularly known as Navio won an award at the event. She was seen clapping and even singing to his song ‘Ngalo’.
The awards ended at 11:00pm with GNL’s ‘power’ video emerging the highest awarded, with three awards and followed by Amaru’s ‘stay’ and Navio’s ‘Kata’ with two awards each.
The other artists awarded were; Navio for his ‘dream’ video, Radio and Weazle for ‘Fantastic’, Why-by Maro & Gravity, Martin & Denis Centrix For Wind it. Viccy & Rosemary, Necessary Girls, Break Dance for the video kata, Frank Jah for Mbalaba bulabi, Fred Kigozi 2 awards for Kata.