MusicTT Congratulates Marlin Awards Winners

Marlin Awards Winners

Port of Spain, 3rd August 2022: The Trinidad and Tobago Music Company Limited (MusicTT) is extremely proud of all the local artists who have won and received nominations for the 2022 Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin Awards this year. Trinidad and Tobago Artists received 136 nominations total in 43 out of 54 categories and brought home 18 awards.

The top winner of the night was our very own local artiste Positive with a total of 5 awards including the two most prestigious awards of the evening, Outstanding Album for “Heart Wired” and Outstanding Song for “Stay Up”. He also won awards for Outstanding Music Video Male, Outstanding Reggae Recording and Outstanding Dancehall Recording.

Both Marc Isaacs and NISA won two awards each: Outstanding Calypso Vocal Performance Male and Outstanding POP Recording Male, as well as Outstanding Music Video Female and Outstanding Reggae Vocal Performance Female respectively.

Other artistes adding to the array of awards for Trinidad and Tobago are:

  • Sherwin Gardner feat Samuel Dyer- Outstanding Contemporary Vocal Performance Duo/Group- “Favor”
  • Farenite – Outstanding New Artiste and Outstanding Music Video Duo/ Group
  • Mekaiel ft. BJórn Pierre – Outstanding Hip-Hop Vocal Performance Duo/ Group
  • Oracle Worship (Band Leader- Josh Samaroo) – Outstanding Pop Recording Duo/ Group
  • Reuel Lynch – Outstanding Producer
  • JPrince – Outstanding Reggae Pop Recording Solo
  • Nathanael – Outstanding Calypso Soca Vocal Performance Duo/ Group

“MusicTT applauds all the local winners, and nominees, of the Marlin Awards. We are tremendously pleased to see the gospel industry growing and continuously producing products of excellence that are being recognized in such a big way both locally (at GMATT), regionally and internationally.” – Melissa Jimenez, General Manager, MusicTT.

The Caribbean Gospel Music Marlin Awards was launched on March 16th 1996 by recording artist, radio personality and media executive Kevin Harris. The awards were first known as the Bahamian Gospel Music Marlin Awards and were established to recognize outstanding achievement in Bahamian Gospel Music from 1996 to 2000.

To find out more about the Marlin Awards and view the full list of award winners, visit www.marlinawards.com.

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