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Mushe pockets N$150 000

Thu, 25 April 2013 19:18
by Linekela Halwoodi
News Flash

Mushe is the Male Artist of the Year for the second time, and this time his hard work paid off with a reward of N$150 000.
His six winnings from Male Artist of the year, Song of the year (public vote), Radio song of the year, Best afro pop, Best Kwaito and Best single got him the big stacks of Hendricks, which he says he will not spend on boozing and fun.
Although he will not walk away with a car this year, he will have more than triple of what his former duo partner Exit will get.  
“I did not make any plans about the money. I have to sit down with my parents and decide what to do. I want to use the money on what is important” he said.
The African sensation Blossom will be walked away with N$110 000 which is a large sum for her first try at the awards. While her biggest competition Tequila gets nothing.
Damara Dik Ding and Gazza are both pocketed N$65 000 for their sweat.
Best Male and Female gets N$50 000 each while Best Producer, Music Video walk away with N$25 000 each.
All other categories are N$20 000 worth, with Lifetime Achievement and Most Disciplined Artists taking N$15 000.