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June 29, 2012 12:00:00 AM
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Twenty five local artists will be recognised and awarded for their contribution to Fiji's music industry tomorrow night in Suva.

Procera Music Awards Night organiser Mahid Murad told FijiLive the awards will assist local artists to grow.

He said it will also encourage the artists to move to another level with their music.

"We have recorded 90 percent of local artists this year and this is the third year in a row for us to hold the awards night and recognise the talents of our artists."

"i-Taukei, bhajan, kirtan, lokgeet, qawali and gospel artists will be assessed and awarded for their efforts."

More than 100 artists will be vying for the top awards.

By Ropate Valemei

 

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