VODAFONE PACIFIC MUSIC AWARDS 2018
The Vodafone Pacific Music Awards 2018 winners were announced last night at the Vodafone Events Centre in Manukau honouring Pacific Island musicians contributions to NZ music throughout the years as well as up and coming artists.
Here is the full list of winners as well as performance, red carpet and behind the scenes pics from the night.
On the red carpet -
AWARDS & WINNERS
Phillip Fuemana Award - Most Promising Pacific Artist
NZ on Air Radio Airplay Award
BROOKE FRASER - 'THERAPY'
NZ on Air Streaming Award
KINGS - 'WE'LL NEVER KNOW'
Sam Kiles who was nominated for 'Best International Artist' performing at the Pacific Music Awards
NZ on Air Best Pacific Music Video Award
SAMSON RAMBO - 'HERE TO STAY' (GENERAL FIYAH)
SIT/MAINZ Best Producer
PARKS, BRANDAN HARU & JULIEN DYNE - 'ROYAL BLUE 3000 EP (LADI6)
FLAVA Best International Artist
TENELLE - 'FOR THE LOVERS'
Raze (Ezra Williams) who was nominated for Best Female Pacific Artist performing at the Pacific Music Awards
Pacific Media Network - Best Pacific Urban Artist
NOAH SLEE - 'OTHERLAND'
Auckland Council Best Pacific Gospel Artist
EFKS TE ATATU JUNIOR YOUTH - FA'AFETAI I LE ATUA
Punialava'a family band performing at the Pacific Music Awards after winning the Lifetime Achievement Award celebrating five decades of Pacific Influence
Manukau Institute of Technology Lifetime Achievement Award
Best Pacific Female Artist
LADI6 - ROYAL BLUE 3000 EP
NZ Music Commission Best Pacific Male Artist
NOAH SLEE - OTHERLAND
General Fiyah, Three Houses Down & the Prestige Boys perform their hit single 'Here to Stay' at the Pacific Music Awards
APRA Best Pacific Song
GENERAL FIYAH - 'HERE TO STAY'
Vodafone People's Choice Award - Best Pacific Artist
Tha Movement, Giant Killah, Cydel, Queen Shirle'e and The Groovehouse pay tribute to OMAC - Otara Music and Arts Centre and the musical influences that have come out of Otara.
Pacific Media Network - Best Pacific Group &
Sunpix Best Pacific Language Song
TOMORROW PEOPLE - 'SA'ILI LE ALOFA'
Behind the scenes with some of our Pacific Artists