The 10th edition of The Headies, scheduled to hold on Wednesday December 30, 2015 has now been moved through two days.
The organizers announce that the exceedingly anticipated show will now hold on New Year’s Day Friday, January 1, 2016.
In a news release issued this morning, and broadcast on Hip TV, the organizers Smooth Promotions announce that the highly anticipated show will now hold on New Year’s Day Friday, January 1, 2016.
The declaration does not give reasons for the push, but suggests the postponement adds another possibility for the organizers to deliver an event many anticipate to be actually awesome.
The occasion will now coincide with the equally hugely anticipated January 1st concert by Ali Baba.
The postponement adds another opportunity for the organizers to deliver an event many count on be truly remarkable.
The Headies 2015 is hosted by Kaffy and Bovi, with performances from 2Face, Vector, Falz, Iyanya, Seyi Shay, Adekunle Gold, Olamide, Simi, Victoria Kimani, Eva Alordiah and more.
Olamide is top of the nomination table for this year’s Headies with eight nods including – Best Pop single, Rap Album, Best Collaboration (twice), Best Street-Hop Artiste, Album of the Year, Artiste of the Year, and Song of the Year.
Following closely is Wizkid, who has seven nominations in Recording of the Year, Best RnB/Pop Album, Best Pop Single, Best Collabo, Album of the Year, Artiste of the year, and Song of the Year.
Contending for one of the biggest awards of the night – Artiste of the year are Olamide, Davido, Wizkid, Yemi Alade, and P-Square.
The exceptionally prized Next Rated category will see Reekado Banks, Kiss Daniel, Korede Bello, Cynthia Morgan and Lil’ Kesh slug it out.
Other new nominees at the Headies are Falz The Bahd Guy, Mr. 2Kay, Small Doctor, Ugovinna, Di’Ja, Shaydee, Simi and Aramide.
The Hall of Fame Award which has celebrated industry heavy weights like Obi Asika, Kenny Ogungbe and D1, Philip Trimnell, Grand Master Lee, FAJ, and a bunch of others shall be inducting Pop super star, Innocent ‘2Face’ Idibia.