Sierra Leone’s best female musician, Star Zee, has added another accolade to her name after being nominated for “Best African Dancehall Entertainer” at the prestigious International Reggae & World Music Award (IRAWMA). The nomination puts her in the same category as other talented artists like Patoranking, Stone Bwoy, Shatta Wale, and Winky D.
The International Reggae & World Music Award is an annual event that celebrates the accomplishments of artists in the reggae and world music industry. This year’s edition will be held virtually on March 27, 2023, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The award ceremony brings together musicians from all over the world, and it is a huge honor for any artist to be nominated for an award.
Star Zee, whose real name is Linda Samai, has been a rising star in the Sierra Leonean music scene for several years. She has won several awards, including Dancehall Artist of the year and the Afrima award for “Best Female Artist in West Africa.” She has also collaborated with several international artists, including Ghanaian dancehall star, Stone Bwoy.
Star Zee’s nomination for “Best African Dancehall Entertainer” at the International Reggae & World Music Award is a testament to her talent and hard work. She has been at the forefront of the Sierra Leonean music industry, and her music has been well received across Africa and beyond.
Reacting to the nomination, Star Zee expressed her gratitude to the organizers of the International Reggae & World Music Award and her fans. She posted on her social media pages, “Hey family I’ve been nominated as Best African dancehall entertainer at the 40th International Reggae and World Music Awards – IRAWMA
Click the link below and vote pls👇
…let’s go get it 🥰🙏🙌🏼🇸🇱🇸🇱
Thanks IRAWMA I’m honored 🙏
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Sierra Leoneans and music lovers across Africa are now rallying behind Star Zee, hoping that she will bring the award home to Sierra Leone. Her nomination is not just a personal achievement but also a significant milestone for the Sierra Leonean music industry, which is slowly gaining recognition on the global stage.