List of awards and nominations received by Tiwa Savage

This is a list of major music awards and nominations received by Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage.

Tiwa Savage awards and nominations
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Tiwa attending the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards
Totals[a]
Note
  1. ^ Certain award groups do not simply award one winner. They recognize several different recipients, have runners-up and have third place. Since this is a specific recognition and is different from losing an award, runner-up mentions are considered wins in this award tally. For simplification and to avoid errors, each award in this list has been presumed to have had a prior nomination.

Awards tableEdit

Year Event Prize Recipient Result Ref
2021 NAACP Image Awards Outstanding International Song "Tanana"
(featuring Davido)
Nominated [1][2]
"Temptation" Nominated
2020 Soundcity MVP Awards Best Female MVP Herself Nominated [3]
Viewers' Choice 49-99 Nominated
African Video of the year 49-99 Won
African Artiste Of the year Herself Nominated
2019 AFRIMA Best Female West Africa Herself Won [4]
2018 Best Female West Africa Herself Won
MTV Europe Music Awards Best African Act Tiwa Savage Won [5]
Nigerian Entertainment Awards (NEA) Afropop Female Artist Herself Nominated [6]
2017 AFRIMA Best Female West Africa Herself Won
2016 WatsUp TV Africa Music Viedeo Awards African Video of the Year Bad Nominated [7]
Best African Female Video Bad Nominated
Best West African Video Bad Nominated
Best African Performance Herself - One Africa Music Fest 2016 Nominated
2015 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards African Artiste of the Year Herself Nominated [8]
City People Awards Artiste of the Year(Female) Herself Nominated [9]
COSON Song Awards Best Love Song My Darlin Nominated [10]
Best Collabo Song Girlie O (Remix) Won
2014 ELOY Awards Best Female Artist "Wanted" Nominated [11]
Best Brand Ambassador Tiwa Savage for MTN Nominated
The Headies 2014 Hip Hop World Revelation of the Year Herself Nominated [12]
Artiste of the Year Nominated
Best Vocal Performance (Female) Tiwa Savage for "Wanted" Nominated
Best R&B/Pop Album Once Upon a Time Nominated
Best Collabo "Girlie O Remix"
(Patoranking featuring Tiwa Savage)
Nominated
Best Reggae/Dancehall Single Won
2014 Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted Female "Eminado"
(featuring Don Jazzy)
Won [13]
Most Gifted Video of the Year Nominated [14]
MOBO Awards Best African Act Herself Nominated [15]
2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Female Artist of the Year Herself Won [16]
Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year Won
Best Album of the Year Once Upon a Time Nominated [17]
Hottest Single of the Year "Eminado"
(featuring Don Jazzy)
Nominated
Best Music Video of the Year (Artist & Director) "Eminado"
(featuring Don Jazzy)[A]
Nominated
African Muzik Magazine Awards Best Female West Africa Herself Won [18]
City People Entertainment Awards Musician of The Year (Female) Won [19]
BET Awards 2014 Best International Act: Africa Nominated [20]
MTV Africa Music Awards 2014 Best Female Won [21]
World Music Awards World's Best Song "Eminado"
(featuring Don Jazzy)
Nominated [22]
World's Best Video Nominated
World's Best Female Artist Herself Nominated
World's Best Live Act Nominated
World's Best Entertainer of the Year Nominated
2013 Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) Best Use of Costumes "Without My Heart"
(featuring Don Jazzy)
Nominated [23]
Nigeria Entertainment Awards Best Collabo Nominated [24]
Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted Female Video Nominated [25]
4Syte TV Music Video Awards Best African Act Video Nominated [26]
MOBO Awards Best African Act Herself Nominated [27]
City People Entertainment Awards Musician of the Year (Female) Nominated [28]
Best Collabo of the Year "Without My Heart"
(featuring Don Jazzy)
Nominated
2012 Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) Best Use of Costumes "Ife Wa Gbona" Nominated [29]
Best Highlife Won [30]
Best Indigenous Concept Nominated [29]
Video of the Year Nominated
Nigeria Entertainment Awards Best New Act of the Year Herself Nominated [31]
Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year Nominated
The Headies Best Vocal Performance (Female) "Love Me (3x)" Won [32]
Best R 'N’ B Single Nominated
Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted R&B Music Video of the Year "Oyi (Remix)"
(Flavour N'abania featuring Tiwa Savage)
Won [33]
2011 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Best New Act of the Year Herself Nominated [34]
Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) Best Use of Choreography "Kele Kele Love" Nominated [35]
City People Entertainment Awards Female Musician of the Year Herself Won [36]
Afrotainment Museke Online Music Awards Best R&B Soul Song "Kele Kele Love" Won [37]
FAB Magazine Awards Most Stylish Female Artiste Herself Won [38]
Dynamix All Youth Awards Most Promising Act Won [39]
Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted Female Video "Kele Kele Love" Nominated [40]
Tush Youth Awards Female Musician of the Year Herself Nominated [41]
Song of the Year "Love Me (3x)" Nominated
The Headies Next Rated "Kele Kele Love" Nominated [42]
2010 Dynamix All Youth Awards Promising Artiste of the Year Herself Nominated [43]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The Best Music Video of the Year accolade was awarded to both Savage and Clarence Peters.

ReferencesEdit

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