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Davido nominated for MTV awards

Davido2 Multiple awards winning artiste, Davido, (real name – David Adeleke) has been nominated by the MTV European Music Awards (EMA), for the Best African Act 2014 Awards.

 

The award presentation is scheduled to hold in Glasgow, Scotland, in November.

 

A statement from Mr Bruse Gillmer, Viacom International Media Network (Europe), organisers of the event, said Davido was the only nominee from Nigeria.

 

“Other African nominees to battle it out with Davido for supremacy in this hotly contested category include Goldfish (South Africa), Diamond (Tanzania) and Toofan (Togo)’’, it said.

 

According to the statement, this is the fifth year that MTV has included Best African Act category in the EMA.

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Apart from Davido, previous winners were 2Face (2005), Freshly Ground (2006), D’Banj (2007 & 2012] and LCNVL (2013).

 

Also, for the first time, MTV is throwing open an EMA nomination to music fans via social media to nominate the fifth nominee in which Tiwa Savage (Nigeria) is included among those to be decided by fans.

 

This wild card Twitter vote is open until Sept.14, by which MTV EMA nominees will be announced and voting will open on Sept.16.

 

Davido, a performer, music producer/recording artiste, recently won other intercontinental awards including BET award for Best International Act and AFRIMMA awards for Artiste of the Year.

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He also won Best African Act award at the MTV Africa Music Awards.

 

MTV EMA aims at building global celebration of the hottest stars in music – recognises artists from around the world and across genres,

 

It also brings together music fans everywhere for a one-of-a-kind experience in the weeks leading up to and at the show.

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