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The highly anticipated Premier Gospel Awards Ceremony took place on Saturday evening in a packed venue in London.
The high profile event celebrated both established artists and rising stars.
Noel Robinson won the award for Best Male, whilst Charles Dada won Best Newcomer.
Hip Hop artist Triple O received Best Album for Zero Not Equal To None and Best Song went to artist CalledOut Music for You're Mine.
Speaking about the success of the third edition of the awards ceremony, Muyiwa Olarewaju, Premier Gospel station director said: "We're so happy with what Premier Gospel have achieved and the artists we have been able to work with and support by shining a light on their music since the launch of the awards.
"I and the team congratulate all the nominees and winners."
Hosted by Premier Gospel presenters Lady T and Theo Manderson, the ceremony, which has become the most dedicated and important gospel music award ceremony in the UK, attracted some of the biggest names in the industry.
Becca Folkes, Faith Child, CalledOut Music and renowned London Community Gospel Choir lead by Bazil Meade performed to the delight of the audience, which included MOBO Award winner Guvna B and African gospel artist Sammie Okposo who flew in specially from the USA for the award show.
The following are the full list of winners:
- Best Male: Noel Robinson
- Best Female: Fiona Yorke
- Best Song: Called Out Music - You're Mine
- Best Choir - IDMC
- Best Album - Triple O - Zero Not Equal To One
- Best Video: Sara Teibo
- Best Newcomer - Charles Dada
- Best International - Travis Greene
- Best Reggae - Chris Da Ambassador
Premier Gospel is a radio station that brings "music for life" to listeners by playing the very best in gospel music, with specialist shows including reggae, house, hip-hop, afro-beats, latin and much more.
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