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Bebe Cool wins big at Hi-Pipo awards
Publish Date: Feb 10, 2014
Bebe Cool wins big at Hi-Pipo awards
Grace Nakimera performs, after winning the award for Best Performance Music Video
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By Solomon Muleyi

Last Saturday was the much awaited Hi-Pipo awards at Wonder world amusement park. It started with a few performances from upcoming artists that I chose not to take note of because,well, they were still upcoming, I will pay attention when they get there.

Fille, the girl who owned 2013 was one of the artists who registered splendid performances though Grace Nakimera won every ones heart on that arena.

Though out of the lime light for the whole of last year; she showed she still had a lot to offer when she gave a breathtaking performance.

The star of the night however was Bebe cool.

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After scooping six awards, the organizers found it pertinent to honor him by calling him to hand an award to Rema, a former Gagamel crew member and protégé.

He refused the request and walked off as Rema was coming on stage.

Navio showing off his award for best concept music video - Kata 

However when Rema came onto stage, she didn't act as the latter but rather, in her acceptance speech,  knelt down and thanked Bebe cool for being a good mentor who elevated her to the heights she is.

This sent the gigantic crowd into deafening ululations as it showed Rema had acted more maturely than her former boss.

 At around midnight, Santana was invited onto stage to perform in conclusion to the night.

 


Irene Ntale celebrates her award for Best Female Breakthrough artist

 

Below is the list of award winners.
 

Artist of the year - Bebe Cool

Best male artist of the year - Bebe Cool

Best male band song - Wagyetugenda by David Lutalo

Best female artist of the year - Rema

Best male zouk song - Badilisha

Best male kadongo kamu - Ebintu Bizibu by Hassan Nduga

Best female afro beat song - Hooray by Leila ft Chameleone

Best female afro beat song - Ediba by Juliana

Best male afro beat song - Love me by Viboyo

Best afro beat song - Akalimu by Bobi Wine

Best female zouk song - Its Okey by Titi Tabel

Best DJ - DJ Shiru

Best male reggae song - Love Letter by Bebe Cool

Best female reggea song - Winner by Allen Majara

Best song writer - Saxess

Best female RnB song - kuliba by Rema

Best male ragga dancehall - Coccidiosis by Bebe Cool

Best male hipop song - Leka kwenyumiriza by Navio

Best female band song - Ekibati by Revival Band

Best audio producer - Nash Wonder

Best video producer - Jah Live

Special category bestselling song - Kisumuluzo by Diana,

Best concept music video - Kata by Navio

Best stage performer - Bebe Cool

Best performance video category - Ntandika by Grace

Best artist in Diaspora - Pallaso

Best artist on Social Media - Bebe Cool

Best male breakthrough artist - kalifah Aganaga

Song of the year - Badilisha by Jose Chameleone

Album of the year - Obudde by Goodlyfe

Best female break through artist - Irene Ntale

Best video of the year - Kata by Navio

Best duo/ group of the year - Goodlyfe

Best Young/Teen artist of the year - Yo

 

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