The Headies 2014 was the ninth edition of The Headies. It took place on 14 December 2014, at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos. Themed "Feel the Passion", the show was hosted by Toke Makinwa and Basketmouth.[1] It was initially scheduled to hold on 25 October 2014.[2] Bovi was initially announced as one of the hosts, but ended up not hosting due to him being booked for another show.[3] On 30 September 2014, nominations were announced during a press briefing at the HipTV office in Allen, Lagos. Kcee, Olamide and Phyno led the nominations with five each.[4] Tiwa Savage, Oritse Femi and The Mavins followed closely with four apiece.[5] Yemi Alade was nominated for Song of the Year, Best Pop Single and Next Rated.[6] Olamide, Patoranking and Davido each took home two awards apiece. Don Jazzy won the Producer of the Year plaque, while Sir Victor Uwaifo got the Hall of Fame recognition.[7]

The Headies 2014
Date14 December 2014 (2014-12-14)
LocationEko Hotel and Suites
Victoria Island, Lagos
CountryNigeria
Hosted byToke Makinwa and Basketmouth
Most awardsOlamide, Patoranking, Davido (2 each)
Most nominationsOlamide, Kcee, Phyno (5 each)
Websitetheheadies.com
Television/radio coverage
NetworkHipTV
← 2013 · The Headies · 2015 →

Performers edit

Winners and nominees edit

Best R&B/Pop Album Best R&B Single
Best Vocal Performance (Male) Best Vocal Performance (Female)
Next Rated Hip Hop World Revelation of the Year
Best Recording Producer of the Year
Best Collabo Best Music Video
Best Pop Single Best Reggae/Dancehall Single
Best Rap Album Best Rap Single
Lyricist on the Roll Best Street-Hop Artiste
Best Alternative Song Album of the Year
  • "BOTM" – BOJ (Winner)
Song of the Year Artiste of the Year
African Artiste of the Year Hall of Fame

References edit

  1. ^ Ayinla-Olasunkanmi, Dupe. "Bovi, Toke Makinwa to host Headies 2014". The Nation. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
  2. ^ "The Headies 2014 moved to December". Daily Post Newspaper. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
  3. ^ "Why Bovi Did Not Host the Headies 2014". allAfrica. Vanguard. 3 January 2015. Retrieved 20 February 2015.
  4. ^ "KCEE, OLAMIDE, PHYNO LEAD HEADIES NOMINEES". This Day. 5 October 2014. Archived from the original on 5 December 2014. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
  5. ^ "Nigeria: Toke Makinwa, Bovi to Host Headies 2014". allAfrica.com. Daily Independent. 27 September 2014. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
  6. ^ Ochugba, Mary (10 October 2014). "The Headies unveils 2014 nominees". Business Day. Retrieved 17 October 2014.
  7. ^ "Nigeria: Headies 2014 – Davido, Olamide, Patoranking, Mavins Win Big, Wizkid Missing". allAfrica. 15 December 2014. Retrieved 16 December 2014.