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Headies award 2021, Nominees and winners

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Headies award 2021, Nominees and winners

Wizkid has won the Nigerian artiste of the year at the 14th edition of The Headies award.

Omah Lay also bagged the influential Next Rated award ahead of Tems, Bella Schmurda, and Oxlade.

Fireboy DML was the biggest winner of the night with four awards from nine nominations.

Wizkid also won the Headies Viewers’ Choice award at the event which was hosted by comedian, Bovi and Nancy Isime.

The nominees for the awards were announced in December 2020, with Fireboy DML leading with nine nominations, while Burna Boy, Davido, Wizkid and Wurld followed with six nominations each.

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See list of winners below:

Producer of The Year
Pheelz – Billionaire by Teni

Best Vocal Performance (Female)
Niniola – Addicted

Best Vocal Performance (Male)
Praiz – Under The Sky

Best Street Hop Artiste
Mayorkun – Geng

Rookie of The Year
Bad Boy Tims – MJ

Best Pop Single
Nobody – DJ Neptune feat Joe Boy and Mr Eazi

Best Collabo
Ladipoe and Simi – Know you

Best Alternative song
Moelogo – I wonder

Best Rap Single
Falz – Bop Daddy feat. Ms Banks

Best R&B Single

Fireboy DML – Tatoo

Best R&B Album
Fireboy DML – Laughter, Tears and Goosebumps

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Best Alternative Album
Roots – The Cavemen

Next Rated
Omah Lay

Headies’ Viewer’s Choice
Wizkid

Songwriter of the Year
Simi – Duduke

Best Pop Album
Fireboy – Apollo

Lyricist on The Roll
Ilbliss Goretti – Country

African Artiste Recognition Award
Master KG

Headies Hall of Fame
King Sunny Ade

Headies Revelation of the Year

Fireboy DML

Best Rap Album
God’s Engineering – AQ

Artiste of the Year
Wizkid

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SA Rapper AKA’s Fiancée Nelli Tembe Dies After Jumping Off 10th Floor of Hotel Building

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Nelli Tembe, the fiancée of popular South African hip hop artist, AKA, has died after she reportedly jumped out from the tenth floor of a hotel.

The incident occurred on Sunday, April 11, 2021, at the Pepperclub Hotel in Central Cape Town.

Western Cape SA Police spokesperson, Captain Fredierick van Wyk said crime-scene experts were looking for clues at the hotel.

Cape Town Central police are investigating an inquest case after an incident at a hotel this morning at about 7.45 am on the corners of Loop and Bloem streets, Cape Town CBD, where the body of a 22-year-old woman was found deceased,” he said in a statement.

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Witnesses at the scene described hearing shouting and a “loud doof” sound and said they had heard a man calling security and crying.

“Paramedics on the scene have said a female had allegedly jumped from the 10th floor of that building. When paramedics arrived on the scene, she had sustained polytraumatic injuries,” Netcare 911 spokesperson Shawn Herbst said.

She was in a critical condition and they started a full life-support resuscitation. Unfortunately, her injuries were too severe and she was declared deceased,” he added.

It would be recalled AKA and Tembe got engaged two months ago.

The music star took to his Instagram and Twitter, where he announced their engagement.

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Jay-Z to release new album featuring Olamide, Femi Kuti

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US rapper Jay-Z has unveiled the tracklist for his African-themed album titled The Ascension which will be released in a few weeks time.

The album features Olamide, Femi Kuti, Nasty C and Sarkodie all from Africa. On the foreign front, The Ascension features Beyoncé, Rick Ross, H.E.R and the duo of Lighthouse family.

Speaking on the 16-track album, Jay-Z said, “I’ve always wanted to get in touch with my roots and connect to the motherland. You know, Africa is blessed with so much talent and I felt like it was time to tap into that resource. The Ascension is not just talking or focusing on Africa but it’s also about me giving back to the people, familiarizing with the culture and connecting more with the motherland.”

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With The Ascension album, Jay-Z follows the footsteps of his wife Beyonce who in 2019 dropped Lion King: The Gift which features Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tekno, Tiwa Savage, and other African acts.

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“Baba Make I Come Collect Soap?” – Reactions As Cubana Chiefpriest Poses In Spiritualist Attire

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Celebrity Barman, Pascal Okechukwu, popularly known as Cubana Chiefpriest ignited some social media brouhaha after he shared photos of himself in a shrine donned in a spiritualist attire.

Pascal Chibuike Okechukwu popularly known as Cubana Chief Priest is an Imo-born show promoter, businessman, who is the Owner of Club Xhrine in Owerri. This club was founded after he resigned from Cubana Groups as the General manager in 2020, Club Xhrine was launched in December 2020, hosting the biggest show ever in Owerri, The Grand Opening was hosted by Omo Baba Olowo himself Davido.

The nightlife king via his official Instagram page shared some bizarre photos of himself in a shrine with various kinds of assorted drinks placed in front of him.

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Another slide also captured the moment he drank from a cow-horn with depicts culture at its climax.

Sharing the photos, he wrote:

“If You Talk You Collect #GlenmorangieChiefPriest”

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