The Headies Award for Album of the Year

The Headies Award for Album of the Year is an award presented at The Headies, a ceremony that was established in 2006 and originally called the Hip Hop World Awards.[note 1][1] It was first awarded to Get Squared in 2006.[2]

The Headies Award for Album of the Year
Awarded forBest album released by a solo artist or group in year under review, that meets judges requirements of excellence and acceptability
Presented byHip Hop World Magazine
First awarded2006
Last awarded2020

Recipients edit

Album of the Year
Year Nominees Result Ref
2020 ApolloFireboy DML Won [3]
African GiantBurna Boy Nominated
Afro Pop Vol. 1Adekunle Gold Nominated
YellowBrymo Nominated
Boo of the BoolessChike Nominated
2019 Moral Instruction by Falz Won [4]
About 30 by Adekunle Gold Nominated
Outside by Burna Boy Nominated
No Bad Songz by Kizz Daniel Nominated
2018 Simisola by Simi Won [5]
Gold by Adekunle Gold Nominated
Klĭtôrĭs by Brymo Nominated
Ijele the Traveler by Flavour Nominated
Sounds from the Other Side by Wizkid Nominated
The Playmaker by Phyno Nominated
2016 New Era by Kizz Daniel Won [6][7]
Stories that Touch by Falz Nominated
Wanted by Wande Coal Nominated
Seyi or Shay by Seyi Shay Nominated
2015 Street OT by Olamide Won [8]
The Chairman by M.I Nominated
Ayo by Wizkid Nominated
Double Trouble by P-Square Nominated
Rich & Famous by Praiz Nominated
King of Queens by Yemi Alade Nominated
2014 Baddest Guy Ever Liveth by Olamide Won [9]
The Journey by Sean Tizzle Nominated
L.I.F.E - Leaving an Impact for Eternity by Burna Boy Nominated
No Guts No Glory by Phyno Nominated
2013 YBNL by Olamide Won [10][11]
Desire by Iyanya Nominated
Omo Baba Olowo by Davido Nominated
R&BW by Banky W. Nominated
Blessed by Flavour N'abania Nominated
2012 The Invasion by P-Square Won [12][13]
Everybody Loves Ice Prince by Ice Prince Nominated
Superstar by WizKid Nominated
Super C Season by Naeto C Nominated
2011 The Unstoppable International Edition by 2face Idibia Won [14][15]
MI 2 by M.I Nominated
Back From The Future by Sound Sultan Nominated
Turning Point by Dr SID Nominated
Beautiful Imperfection by Aṣa Nominated
2010 Mushin 2 Mo'Hits by Wande Coal Won [16][17]
C.E.O by Da Grin Nominated
Un-darey-ted by Darey Nominated
Danger by P-Square Nominated
Least Expected by Bracket Nominated
2009 Street Credibility by 9ice Won [18][19]
The Entertainer by D'banj Nominated
Paradigm Shift by Mode 9 Nominated
Talk About It by M.I Nominated
The Unstoppable by 2face Idibia Nominated
2008 Asa by Aṣa Won [20]
Game Over by P-Square Nominated
Grass 2 Grace by 2face Idibia Nominated
E Pluribus Unum by Mode 9 Nominated
Independent by Faze Nominated
2007 Hitsville by Paul Play Won [21]
Free at Last by FreeStyle Nominated
After Da Storm by Weird MC Nominated
2006 Get Squared by P-Square Won [22]

Category records edit

Most wins

Rank 1st 2nd 3rd
Artist Olamide P-Square 2face Idibia
Wande Coal
Paul Play
Kizz Daniel
Total wins 3 wins 2 wins 1 win

Most nominations

Rank 1st 2nd 3rd
Artist P-Square Wizkid Olamide
2face Idibia
Burna boy
Mode 9
Flavour N'abania
Wande Coal
Kizz Daniel
Adekunle Gold
Total noms 5 nominations 4 nominations 3 nominations 2 nominations

Notes edit

  1. ^ The nominees for the 2006 edition are not included in the Recipients table because they are not available.

References edit

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  18. ^ Source: (2009-05-17). "Hip Hop World Awards 2009 winners". Retrieved 2014-05-17.
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  20. ^ Greg (2008-03-31). "The Hip Hop World Awards". World Hip Hop Market. Retrieved 2014-05-17.
  21. ^ "Past Winners". 2013-10-17. Archived from the original on 2013-12-27. Retrieved 2014-05-21.
  22. ^ "Past Winners | The Headies". 2013-10-17. Archived from the original on 2013-12-27. Retrieved 2014-05-21.