Wrap-up: The first virtual NAMAs

31 August 2020 | Art and Entertainment

STAFF REPORTER

WINDHOEK

Sally Boss Madam and Adora walked away with the first virtual Namibia Annual Music Awards (NAMAs). Sally won best Afropop in a tightly contested category, while Adora walked away with best collaboration.
PDK came out smashing on the night with their collaboration with Athawise and Top Cheri, while KP Illest performed a remix of his song with Ice Prince, but this time with Lioness - who owned the stage.
Adora, Bertholdt, Monique English and Sally also brought their A game with smashing performances.
“We would like to congratulate all the nominees for best Afropop and best collaboration, sponsored by Standard Bank and NWR respectively. They are all deserving winners.
“Congratulations to Adora and Sally Boss Madam for emerging victorious on the night,” NAMAs executive Tim Ekandjo said.

Safety first
“We would like to assure the public that the virtual NAMAs are being conducted with very strict safety measures that adheres to Covid-19 regulations. Mics are being sanitised, temperatures of all artists are checked, no guests are allowed, we have an attendance register in place and no dancers are allowed.
“In the case of collaborations, only the main artist will be allowed to sing without a mask and all crew in the venue wear masks.”
The next virtual show will take place on Friday, 4 September, to crown the best single and best traditional categories, followed by best gospel and the Lifetime Achievement Award on Saturday, 5 September.
Tickets are available at Webtickets for only N$10 per show.