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2014 Headies: List of winners

15 December 2014, 15:27

Lagos - Winners have emerged in several categories in the just concluded 2014 Headies award.

The event held on December 14 at the Eko COnvention Centre in Victoria Island

Apart from the ‘Hall of Fame’ special recognition category that was earlier announced  other winners in the remaining 22 categories are:

Rookie of the Year: Reekado

Banks Best R ‘n’ B Single:
2face (Let somebody love you)

Best Pop Single:
Mavins (Dorobucci)

Best Rap Single:
Pyhno (Parcel)

Best Street Hop:
Oritsefemi (Double Wahala)

Best Vocal Performance (Male):
Timi Dakolo (Iyawo Mi)

Best R ‘n’ B Pop Album:
Sean Tizzle (The Journey)

Best Vocal Performance (Female):

Best Rap Album:
Olamide (Baddest Guy Ever Liveth)

Best Reggae Dancehall Single:
Patoranking (Girlie O remix)

Best Collabo:
Wizzy Pro (Emergency)

Hip Hop World Revelation:

Recording of the Year:
Cobhams Asuquo (Ordinary People)

Best Alternative Song:
Bolaji (BOJ)

Producer of the Year:
Don Jazzy

Lyricist on the Roll:
Jesse Jagz

Next Rated:

Best African Artiste of the Year:

Best Music Video Director:
Clarence Peters

Song of the year:
Davido (Aye)

Album of the Year:

Artiste of the Year:

Hall of Fame:
Sir Victor Uwaifo.

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