The awards ceremony was postponed indefinitely last year with the organizers citing logistic challenges for calling off an earlier announced date in 2015. Although the ceremony never held, organizers have announced winners from the last year nominations including Mavin Records as the Record Label of the Year, Mattmaxx as the Best Director and Reekado Banks’ Katapot named for Best Use of Visual Effect in a Music Video. See the full list of winners: Best RnB Video – Timi Dakolo – Wish Me Well Best Highlife Video – Harrysong – Raggae Blues Best Soft Rock / Alternative Video – Adekunle Gold – Sade Best Gospel Video – Humblesmith – Osinachi Best Video By Minors – Young Bobby & Lexxy Eye – Famous Best Afrobeat Video – Wizkid – Ojuelegba Best Raggae/Dancehall Video – Sheyi Shay – Right Now Best Afro Hip Hop Video – Falz – Karishika Best Afro Pop Video – Oristefemi – Igbeyawo Best Pop Extra Video – Tekno Miles – Duro Best Video By A New Artiste – Kiss Daniel – Laye Best Contemporary Afro Video – Korede Bello – Godwin Mainstream Hip Hop Video – Vector – Kingkong Remix Best Use Of Dance In A Video – May D – Ibadi Best Use Of Costume In A Video – Tipsy – O Wunmi Best Use Of Visual Effect In A Video – Reekado Banks – Katapot Best Cinematography – Mr Moe Musa – Melo by Olamide Best Director – Mattmax – Kingkong Rmx by Vector Best New Director – Wole Siren – Okoro by Jowana Best Editor – Unlimited LA – Aww by Dija Record Label Of The Year – Mavin Records Video Of The Year – Vector – Kingkong Remix