Stars shine at awards night
08:03 Sun May 17, 2015
Taken from/By: FBC News
Report by: Ellen Stolz
More than 200 people attended the 2015 Fiji Performing Rights Association Music Awards at the Grand Pacific Hotel in Suva last night.
It was a night for local artists and those from abroad to celebrate music and honour those who have risen above the rest and achieved the right to be called the best.
FPRA awards coordinator Seru Serevi said it was about time that people recognise that with the right kind of support musicians and singers in Fiji can make a decent living.
“Really we would like to call on the government we have so much talent. We want to contribute to the economy all we need is the support of the government with the enforcement of the copyright laws and helping us to help our members and upcoming artists.”
The night brought together local artists like Savuto Vakadewavosa, various new upcoming artists and bands as well as a new category: Best Gospel Song.
INTERNATIONAL ACHIEVMENT – Knox
BEST GOSPEL SONG – Nikotimo, Artist: Divine Signature Gospel
BEST COMPOSITION – Knox for Coming Home
BEST iTAUKEI SONG – Savuto Vakadewavosa for Curu Mai
MOST POPULAR SONG – Track: Rarawa ni Yalo Oqo, Artist: Via ni Tebara Serenaders
MOST OUTSTANDING SONG – Artist: Knox, Composer: Inoke Kalounisiga for the Coming Home
BEST HINDI SONG – Song: Van Ko Chali Man Janki – Artist & Composer: Avinesh Chand
BEST MUSIC VIDEO – Mositi Au
BEST NEW ARTISTS – Seni Dawa ni Delai Dokodoki
BEST RECORDING ENGINEER – Ravesi Leweniqila for Na Dodomo e Mataboko – Artist: Waisale Qilatabu
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