Binhan Quimor , Karyna Gomes and Yasmine nominated for AEAUSA 2019 | Vote Now

African Entertainment Awards, USA (AEAUSA)  has honored African’s excellence since 2015. Held annually in New Jersey, AEAUSA presents over 30 awards during the two-day event. And is the only award giving body to honor practitioners across all crafts and industry sectors, including Entertainment,  Enterprenuership and Community Leadership.

This year Binhan Quimor has been nominated for the Best Palop Male Artist .

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Singer-songwriter Binhanquinhe Quimor, better known as Binhan, was born in 1977 in Guinea Bissau. He grew up in Catio, a town in southern Guinea Bissau. 

Binhan became a very popular artist in Guinea Bissau in 2008 with his refreshing songs of love and hope. His committed and realistic lyrics resonated with audiences far and wide. Some of his hit songs include Mariana and Tudo na passa. 

In 2007 he joined Super Mama Djombo, a popular Guinea-Bissauan band, as vocalist.

For the Best Palop Female Artist 2019 Karyna Gomes and Yasmine has been nominated.

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Karyna Gomes is a singer and composer. Born to a Guinea-Bissau father and a Cape-Verde mother in the small city of Bissau, she grew up listening to traditional music, local urban rhythms, and sounds from all over the world. Her music is rooted in the courtyard gatherings typical of tropical societies, and was influenced by her life in three continents – Africa, Latin America and Europe. She started her career singing in the gospel group “Rejoicing Mass Choir” in São Paulo, Brazil, where she lived for five years. After returning to her country in 2007, Karyna was invited by Adriano Ferreira (Atchutchi) to sing in the historical and revolutionary group “Super Mama Djombo”. In 2014 she launched her first album “Mindjer” (Get!Records), which awarded her with two Best Singer prizes in Guinea-Bissau and got her selected for a showcase in the Atlantic Music Expo 2015, in Cape-Verde. Karyna currently lives in Lisbon, Portugal.

The event will take place in October 19, 2019 from 6pm until late at the venue Kupfrian Hall,

Jim Wise Theater, NJIT. Newark, New Jersey.

Leave your vote and support the artists who have been representing our culture and community worldwide.

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