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The Headies – “Nigeria’s most
prestigious awards” held on Boxing
Day, 26th December 2013 at the
Oriental Hotel, Lagos.
Hosted by Mavin Records artiste Tiwa
Savage and Dr Sid, awards were
presented to a selected few who
simply ruled the music charts and
had us swaying in all directions to
their songs.
Olamide was the king of the night;
picking up 3 awards for himself plus
an award for collaborating with
Phyno on Ghost Mode. Afro pop star
Sean Tizzle won the Next Rated
award which came with a Hyundai
Tucson SUV.
See Full List Below:
THE HEADIES 2013 – NOMINEES
LIST
(YEAR IN REVIEW: MARCH 2012 –
JUNE 2013)
BEST RECORDING OF THE YEAR
A non-voting category for the best
single recording by an artiste or
group in year under review.
I WISH – WAJE
GOOD MORNING – BRYMO
NATURAL SOMETHING – SOUND
SULTAN
THIS YEAR – JAYWON – WINNER
PRODUCER OF THE YEAR
An individual responsible for
producing the most acclaimed song
or album in the year under review.
PHEELZ – DUROSOKE
DTUNES – SHO LEE – WINNER
DEL B – LIMPOPO
LERIQ – LIKE TO PARTY
LEGENDURY BEATS – EMI NI
BALLER
BEST MUSIC VIDEO
A voting category for the best
conceptualist, best directed and most
exciting video in the year under
review. This award goes to the video
director.
ALINGO – JUDE OKOYE/CLARENCE
PETERS – WINNER
OLIVER TWIST – SESAN
GAGA CRAZY – AJE FILM WORKS
AZONTO– MOE MUSA
YES/NO – CLARENCE PETERS
BEST R&B/POP ALBUM
A category for the best R&B/Pop
Album in the year under review (by
single individual or group).
IYANYA VS. DESIRE – IYANYA
O.B.O. – DAVIDO – WINNER
R&BW – BANKYW
BLESSED – FLAVOUR
AWAY & BEYOND – 2FACE
BEST R&B SINGLE
A category for the best R&B single in
year under review (by single
individual or group).
DON’T LET GO – CAPITAL FEMI
GOOD GOOD LOVING – BANKYW –
WINNER
LIKE TO PARTY – BURNA BOY
RICH & FAMOUS – PRAIZ
OMOTE – ESE PETERS
BEST POP SINGLE
A category for the best pop single in
year under review (by single
individual or group)
IHE NE ME – 2FACE – WINNER
The KICK – WANDE COAL FT DON
JAZZY
GOBE – DAVIDO
CATCHING COLD – TUNDE EDNUT
UR WAIST – IYANYA
GOODY BAG – D’PRINCE
BEST REGGAE/DANCEHALL SINGLE
A category for the best Reggae/
Dancehall single in year under
review (by single individual or
group).
I WISH – WAJE – WINNER
RIHANNA – OREZI
GIVE IT TO ME – GENERAL PYPE
GO DOWN – BABA DEE
BEST RAP ALBUM
A Non-Voting Category for the Best
Album By A Rap Artiste Or Group In
Year Under Review.
OGA BOSS – ILL BLISS
THE SECOND COMING – VECTOR
YBNL – OLAMIDE – WINNER
BOOK OF RAP STORIES – REMINISCE
BEST COLLABO
A voting category for the best R&B,
Pop or Hip-hop collaborative track
(including cameos).
GHOST MODE – PHYNO FT.
OLAMIDE – WINNER
TONY MONTANA (REMIX) – NAETO C
FT. D’BANJ
BADDEST BOY – EME FT. WIZKID,
SKALES & BANKYW
EZIOKU – LYNXXX FT. IKECHUWKU,
ILL BLISS & PHYNO
EMI NI BALLER – CHIDINMA FT.
SUSPECT & ILL BLISS
BABY MI DA (REMIX) – DR. VICTOR
OLAIYA FT. 2FACE
BEST RAP SINGLE
A voting category for a single
(released on-air) recording of a rap.
MAN OF THE YEAR – PHYNO –
WINNER
ANAM ACHI KWANU – ILL BLISS FT.
PHYNO
DUROSOKE – OLAMIDE
2 MUSSHH – REMINISCE
GHOST MODE – PHYNO FT OLAMIDE
BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE (MALE)
A non-voting category for the single
male artiste with the most
outstanding vocal performance on a
single song or album.
RICH AND FAMOUS – PRAIZ –
WINNER
OMOTE – ESE PETERS
DON’T LET GO – CAPITAL FEMI
YES/NO – BANKYW
BEST VOCAL PERFORMANCE
(FEMALE)
A non-voting category for the single
female artiste with most outstanding
vocal performances on a single song
or album.
I WISH – WAJE
TOH BAD – NIYOLA
IRAWO – SEYI SHAY
TOTALLY YOURS – ZAINA
ONLY YOU – NIKKI LAOYE –
WINNER
NEXT RATED
This category is a voting category for
the most promising upcoming
officially unreleased (or signed) act
in the year under review.
SEAN TIZZLE – WINNER
DAMMY KRANE
BURNA BOY
SEYI SHAY
PHYNO
HIP HOP WORLD REVELATION
A voting category for the best new
artiste in the year under review.
W.A.J.E – WAJE
OMO BABA OLOWO – DAVIDO –
WINNER
FRENZY – D’PRINCE
THE YEAR OF R’N’B – CAPITAL FEMI
LYRICIST ON THE ROLL
A non-voting category for the Rap
Artiste with the best lyrical depth
and performance on a single song or
album.
OLAMIDE – VOICE OF THE STREETS
BOOGEY – SANCTUM
MODE 9 – LET IT GO – WINNER
PHYNO – MAN OF THE YEAR
BEST STREET-HOP ARTISTE
A voting category for the artiste
whose songs are inspired by the
streets. Such song should captain
lingua, which may also be originated
by the artiste and popular on the
street.
TERRY G – RUN MAD
DUROSOKE – OLAMIDE – WINNER
MY DEAR – DAMMY KRANE
SKIBO – SOLID STAR
ALAYE – LKT
BEST ‘ALTERNATIVE’ SONG
A voting category for the artiste
whose songs reflect any form or style
of music which falls outside the
mainstream of recent or past popular
musical trends.
REPETE – BLACKMAGIC – WINNER
OMO PASTOR – AJEBUTTER FT. BOJ
FEEL ALRIGHT – SHOW DEM CAMP
FT. BOJ & POE
THIS YEAR – JAYWON
ALBUM OF THE YEAR
A voting category for the best album
(solo or group) in year under review,
that meets judges requirements of
excellence (in every realm:
Songwriting, production, rendition
and promotion) and acceptability
(Sales and popularity).
IYANYA VS. DESIRE– IYANYA
O.B.O. – DAVIDO
R&BW – BANKYW
BLESSED – FLAVOUR
YBNL – OLAMIDE – WINNER
ARTISTE OF THE YEAR
Most critically and commercially
adjudged artiste in the year under
review. Overall most successful
artiste for the year under review.
IYANYA – WINNER
DAVIDO
WIZKID
FLAVOUR
OLAMIDE
ICE PRINCE
SONG OF THE YEAR
A voting category for the most
popular song in the year under
review. This category is usually
decided by voting.
DUROSOKE – OLAMIDE
UR WAIST – IYANYA
ALINGO – P-SQUARE
SHO LEE – SEAN TIZZLE
LIMPOPO – KCEE – WINNER
BEST AFRICAN ARTISTE
A non-Nigerian award category for
an individual African artiste with the
most outstanding album and
astonishing achievements in year
under review.
R2BEES
MAFIKIZOLO
LIQUID DEEP
SARKODIE
MICASA
HALL OF FAME
Special recognition for excellence and
outstanding impact to the
entertainment industry.
ONYEKA ONWENU
KWAM 1

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