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April 19, 2014
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Portmore Dancehall Awards a success

Tamara Hollywood impresses in this black dress. - Anthony Minott photos

Culture artiste, Jah Bouks, won the award for Song of the Year with his hit single 'Call Angola' at the Magnum Portmore Awards event at Club Ntyce in Portmore, St Catherine, last Saturday.

Jah Bouks was presented with his award bySophia Bernard-Fairman, group brand manager of Fortified Wines at J. Wray & Nephew Limited.

For the third year running, incarcerated entertainer, Vybz Kartel, took the title of Male DJ of the Year, while the female DJ of the Year prize went to Macka Diamond.

Flava Unit Sound System copped Sound of the Year for the third year running.

Other results were:

Cultural Artiste of the Year: I-Octane

Promoter of the Year: Tamara Hollywood

Selectors of the Year: Badda Bling and Little Rich

Club of the Year: Club Ntyce

Swagg Queen: Diamond Good Life

Swagg King: Star Captain

Photographer of the Year: Johnny British

Most outstanding Crew: Boys to Girl

The event was hosted by Badda Bling and Bugle.

Lifetime awards went to Cable Station presenter, Lady Diana; Mama B from Sun City Radio; and Dancehall veteran, Terror Fabulous.

The conceptualiser of the show, Dave 'Tall man' Scott, said, "The award show is geared towards highlighting the major players and the small man in the dancehall arena."

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