Nigerian Singers, Olamide, Wizkid, and Adekunle Gold, Davido have won individual awards at the ongoing 2022 Headies in Atlanta, United States of America.
Buju BNXN emerged as the winner of the Headies’ Next Rated Award. For winning the category on Monday, BNXN goes home with the 2022 Bentley Bentayga.
He was nominated alongside Ayra Starr, Zinoleesky, Lojay and Ruger.
See the full list of winners below.
Best Rap Album – Olamide (Carpe Diem) Best Collaboration – Wizkid feat. Tems (Essence) Best R ‘n’ B Single – Wizkid feat. Tems (Essence) Album of the Year – Wizkid (Made in Lagos (Deluxe Edition) Best Afrobeat Album – Wizkid (Made in Lagos) Songwriter of the Year – Adekunle Gold (Sinner). Best Music Video – TG Omori (Champion – Fireboy DML feat. D Smoke) Artiste of the Year – Burna Boy (Nigeria) Best Male Artiste – Burna Boy Digital Artiste of the Year – Davido Humanitarian Award of the Year – Davido Best Recording of the Year – Patoranking (Celebrate Me) Producer of the Year – SARZ (Monalisa – Lojay and SARZ) Best Alternative Album – Ibeji (Intermission) Headies’ Viewer’s Choice – Arya Starr (Bloody Samaritan) Best Afrobeat Single – Fireboy DML (Peru) Best Reggae and Dancehall Album – Patoranking (Three) Best Vocal Performance (female) – Waje (Last Time) Best Vocal Performance (Male) – Oxlade (Ojuju) Lyricist on The Roll – A-Q (The Last Cypher) Best Streethop Artiste – Goya Menor & Nektunez (Amenor Amapiano remix) Best Rap Single – Ladipoe feat BNXN (Feeling) Best Alternative Single – Flavour (Doings) Rookie of the Year – Fave Best Inspirational Single – Kcee & Okwesili Eze group (Cultural Praise) Special Recognition -Dbanj (Talent) Hall of fame – Angelique Kidjo International Artiste Special Recognition – Akon & Wycle Jean Best Central African Artiste of the Year – Innoss’B Best East African Artiste of the Year – Diamond Platinumz Best North Africas Artiste of the Year – Latifa (Tunisia) Best South African Artiste of the Year –Focalistic (South Africa) Best West African Artiste of the Year – Gyakie Special Recognition–Efe Omorogbe, Sunday Are, and Bose Ogbulu