The very best of West Australian indigenous musicians have been recognised at this year's WA NAIDOC Music Awards.
Held at Freo.Social (Friday 6 September), the night featured a special surprise performance from nominee and Kalgoorlie-based hip hop artist MissGenius, along with performances from Cameron Wilkes, Indigo Ellis, Flewnt, Natasha Eldridge, The Struggling Kings and Phil Walley-Stack, who also led the night emceeing the event.
At the business end of things, It was a big night for double wins with Bradley Hall (Best Music Video, Best Band/Group), Flewnt (Best Song, Best Hip-Hop Song), and 13-year old Indigo-Ellis (Best Vocalist, Best Emerging Artist) receiving two awards each.
Best Vocalist and Best Emerging Artist, 13 year-old Indigo Ellis.
Jamahl Ryder took out Best Male Artist and Natasha Eldridge won Best Female Artist, with John Bennett’s 'Country Is Calling' winning Best Album. Finally, 17-year old newcomer Taleisha Slater won the Undiscovered Artist award. See below for the full list of award winners.