Kushite Kingdom Awards 2016



Welcome to the first Kushite Kingdom Awards! I usually deal with a lot of current events and topics my subscribers like to discuss.  But I’m not serious all the time.  I like to laugh and joke around like everyone else.  So I thought I would do something a little fun.  I also wanted to show a token of appreciation to all the black bloggers who have given me great information and food for thought. It’s a real battle out here in the blogosphere. And I appreciate all the words of encouragement from fellow bloggers.    This is not a real competition.  This is all meant in fun.  As you will see from some of the categories. But let me know your picks in the categories.  If enough people like this awards edition I may make it an annual event. So be sure to cast your votes and add anyone to the list I may have left out. My apologies to anyone that didn’t make the list.  Don’t hold it against me.  I appreciate all my subscribers. Peace.




Nat Turner Award-Favorite Male Blogger

1.Land of Kam

2. Onitaset Kumat

3.Black My Story

4.Nidotopian Warrior

5.Lumumba Afrika

6.Hung Like Jesus


8.Aniga Shakur

9.Amos Magazine

10. Melanated Man

11. AfrikaNeeds

12. Wyzedome


Harriet Tubman Award-Favorite Female Blogger

  1. Diary of a Negress
  2. TruthAngel07
  3. Kelley
  4. Original Black Woman
  5. Sunny D
  6. Malaika Mutere
  7. Roshumba Monique
  8. Trojan Pam
  9. Shelby Courtland
  10. Tired Sista
  11. C.C. Saunders
  12. Cree7

Favorite Post by a Male Blogger

  1. Globalization and Religion of Scarcity- BlackMyStory
  2. War on Black People Part 1:Education- Black Eyebawse
  3. An Ode to the Lost Children-Nidotopian Warrior
  4. So What is Human?- One Tawny Stanger
  5. The Black Man-Black Woman Relationship-Melanated Man
  6. Black & Brown Coalition- Authentic African Vanguard
  7. Eyes a Free Man Massa!- Cliff Green
  8. People trying to escape their Ancestry-Afrika Needs
  9. The Rape of Horus- Hugh Cipher
  10. They care more about Harambe than Michael Brown- 4th Angels Bowl

Favorite Post by a Female Blogger

  1. Manifestation for a New Mother- Tahtahme
  2. Hillary Clinton,A Nasty Woman!- Shelby Courtland
  3. The Beast and The Goddess-Roshumba Monique
  4. Locked,Stocked and Ready to Roll- Diary of a Negress
  5. Lipstick and Heels: Black Business Spotlight- C.C. Saunders
  6. Is the Roots remake a History Lesson-Trojan Pam
  7. Mother-Kelley
  8. The White Bitch!-TruthAngel07
  9. Original Black Beauties of the Day- Original Black Woman
  10. Vital Note to Melanin People- Queen Adira


Favorite Musician

1.Watoto from the Nile

2.United Front


4. Richard Raw

5.Maafa Sankofa

6.Tahir RBG



Most Beautiful Female Blogger

  1. Nekisha Lewis
  2. Sunny D.
  3. Kelley
  4. Chantel Keona
  5. Jeanette Ayala
  6. Eileen Dautruche
  7. Malaika Mutere


Best Athlete

  1. Lebron James
  2. Derrick Rose
  3. Serena Williams
  4. Usain Bolt
  5. Allyson Felix
  6. Floyd Mayweather



Most Beautiful Black Woman

  1. Sira Kante
  2. Yaya DaCosta
  3. Emayatzy Corinealdi
  4. Teyana Taylor
  5. Nandi Mngoma
  6. Lesliana Pereira
  7. Nomzamo Mbatha
  8. DeWanda Wise
  9. Simone Missisk
  10. Lerato Kganyago


Most Outspoken Mulatto

1.Colin Kaepernick

2.Jesse Williams

3. Zaza Ali

4. J. Cole

5. Barack Obama

Favorite Sellout Buffoon

1.Kodak Black(watch the video)

2. Roland Martin(Buck danced with Hillary Clinton)

3. Lil Wayne (said ne never experienced racism)

4.Mary J. Blige(singing to Hillary Clinton)

5. Stephen A. Smith(always defends white supremacy,attacks black people)

Biggest Interracial Sellout

  1. Tika Sumpter(white baby daddy)
  2. Eddie Murphy(white baby mama)
  3. Alfre Woodard(white husband)
  4. Nate Parker (white wife)
  5. Charles Barkley(white wife)

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Most Honest White Supremacist

1.Tomi Lahren

2. Hillary Clinton

3.Donald Trump

4. Ann Coulter

5. Sean Hannity


Best Impersonation of a Black Person

  1. Shaun King
  2. Kim Kardashian
  3. Iggy Azalea
  4. Rachel Dolezal
  5. Robin Thicke



Biggest threat to Black Liberation and Unity

1.Interracial Marriage

2. Feminism

3. Homosexual Agenda


5. Negrophobia(Black self hatred)

6. Fake Black Leaders

7. All of the above


Lifetime Coon Achievement Award: Morgan Freeman (Honorable mention: Charles Barkley,Don Lemon and Jesse Lee Peterson)



Nandi Mngoma


Nandi Mngoma was born on March 20,1988.  She is one of South Africa’s most well loved celebrities. An enormously talented musician and actress who has already worked with a host of big brands both locally and internationally, it is perhaps Nandi’s humble perspective on her celebrity status coupled with a professionalism and inner drive to use her influence for the greater good, that sets her apart.

Nandi has a true appreciation for her massive fan-base and takes seriously the effect role models have – especially among young South African women who follow her life daily on social media. An advocate for being comfortable in your own skin and celebrating
your uniqueness, her wide appeal is of a quintessentially positive nature. An example of this is Nandi’s signature short afro hair, which
has inspired many women to wear their hair naturally and forgo weaves and the like.

A shrewd businesswoman who has enjoyed numerous successes in her glamorous career to date, Nandi is also passionate about celebrating African women and encouraging them to follow their dreams. Equality and education are two of her passion points because of the ultimate freedom and success they can enable. Nandi therefore relishes opportunities to endorse and support such worthy causes.

An undeniable talent in the entertainment industry is certainly a key dimension of the Nandi Mngoma brand. Her ease with being in the spotlight started from a young age, with Nandi winning Miss Junior South Africa at age 8. Numerous wins at various regional and national dancing and singing talent shows followed during her early teens until her first TV gig at age 15, when Nandi landed a presenter spot on SABC 2 kids show called Bling!, which she did for the next 2 years.


During that time she also made appearances in various magazines and newspapers and accepted an opportunity as a Woolworths ambassador, MC’ing for their campaigns. A few other TV appearances later, Nandi featured as a vocalist on the hit single “Tonight” by DJ Franky in 2011. The video includes appearances by DJ Fresh and Nonhle Thema and has played on various national radio stations and SABC 1’s Live, Club Culture, Channel O, CrazE, MTV Base and Soweto TV. The hit single also made the charts for Ukhozi FM, Gagasi FM, Metro FM, Kent’s Ultimix and No.1 on Euphonik’s My House 5FM respectively.

In 2012, Nandi signed with Universal Music and released her self-titled Debut Album “NANDI”. Tracks from this album feature on DJ Kent’s album and the track titled “Good Times” has recently been remixed by Zakes Bantwini. Following her departure from Universal, Nandi has been back in the studio for a number of exciting projects – one of these was her hugely popular duet entitled “Dance” with Zakes Bantwini last year. Launched on Freedom Day, 27 April, the inspiration for the track was to get Africans to unite in song and dance. 2015 also saw Nandi link up with K.O from SA’s Cashtime Life crew, for the super catchy hip-hop come R&B ballad
“Skhanda Love”, which included a cool story-based music video.