The award edition, which is the seventh of its kind, was held at Muson Centre in Lagos on Saturday.
NAN reports that Dee-One, a BBNaija reality TV star, and Phronesis, the Ghanaian rapper, hosted the award show.
Davido, the Afropop star, won the ‘Best Songwriter’ award.
DJ Lambo of Chocolate City won the ‘Female DJ of the Year’ award for the second consecutive year.
Blaise Beat won the ‘Producer of the Year’ category.
The award for ‘Afro Gospel Producer of the Year’ went to Lagos-born drummer Samuel Giveson, known as SMJ.
Other award winners are Tosan Wilshare for ‘Best On-Air Personality’, Sean Okeke for ‘Best Artiste Manager of the Year’, and TG Omori for ‘Best Music Director’.
YBNL won the ‘Best Record Label’ award.
Boomplay won the ‘Best Music Streaming Platform’ and VTek won the ‘Best Mixing and Mastering Engineer’.
Cobhams Asuquo, the music producer, was honoured with the ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’.
Elijah John, the CEO of the Beatz Awards, said the ceremony was to recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements of the creative minds behind music production, business, and distribution.
“We need to recognise the talents behind the stars; these people make these things happen. We want to educate the people about how rich the industry is and how they can tap into the potential,” John said.
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