List of awards and nominations received by Wizkid

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Wizkid awards and nominations
Totals
Awards won 31
Nominations 109

Wizkid is the recipient of a BET Award, two MOBO Awards, seven The Headies Awards, two Channel O Music Video Awards, six Nigeria Entertainment Awards,one Grammy Award two Ghana Music Awards, two Dynamix All Youth Awards, two City People Entertainment Awards, and a Future Award. In addition, he has been nominated four times at the MTV Europe Music Awards as well as four times at the World Music Awards.

Awards table[edit]

Year:2018 Event:The Headies Prize:Best R&B/Pop Album and Headies Viewer's Choice Recipient:Wizkid Result:Winner Ref:https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/05/headies-2018-list-winners-12th-edition/
Grammy Award Artiste of the Year Won [1]
2017 MOBO Awards Best International Act Himself Won [2]
African Music Award(AFRIMA) Artiste of the Year Won [3]
Best West African Artiste Won
Song of the year "Come Closer"
(featuring Drake)
Won
2016 African Pride Awards African Artist of the year Himself Won [4]
BET Awards Best International Act Africa Nominated [5]
Ghana Music Awards African Artist of the Year Won [6]
2015 All Africa Music Awards Artist of the Year Nominated [7]
Best Male Artist in West Africa Nominated
Songwriter of the Year Nominated
Album of the Year "Ayo" Nominated
Song of the Year "Ojuelegba" Nominated
4Syte TV Music Video Awards Best African Act Video Nominated [8]
African Muzik Magazine Awards Best Male West Africa Himself Nominated [9]
Artist of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year "Ojuelegba" Won [10]
Best Video Won [11]
2015 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Male Artist of the Year Himself Won [12]
Best Pop Artist of the Year Nominated [13]
Best Dance/Live Performance Nominated
Hottest Single of The Year "Ojuelegba" Won [12]
Album of the Year Ayo Nominated [13]
MTV Africa Music Awards 2015 Best Male Himself Nominated [14]
Song of the Year "Show You The Money" Nominated
Mobo Awards Best African Act Himself Nominated [15]
The Headies 2015 Best Pop Single "Ojuelegba" Nominated [16]
Best Recording of The Year Nominated
Song of The Year Won
Best R&B Single "Say You Love Me"
(Leriq featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
Best Collabo "Sisi"
(Praiz featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
Best R&B/Pop Album Ayo Won
Album of the Year Nominated
Artiste of The Year Himself Nominated
2014 The Headies 2014 Artiste of the Year Nominated [17]
Best Pop Single "Pull Over"
(Kcee featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
"Caro"
(Starboy featuring L.A.X and Wizkid)
Nominated
Best Reggae/Dancehall Single "Bad Girl"
(Jesse Jagz featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
2014 Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted Duo/Group or Featuring "Slow Down"
(R2Bees featuring Wizkid)
Nominated [18]
"Pull Over"
(KCee featuring Wizkid)
Won [19]
Most Gifted Ragga Dancehall "Bad Girl"
(Jesse Jagz featuring Wizkid)
Nominated [18]
Mobo Awards Best African Act Himself Nominated [20]
2014 Nigeria Entertainment Awards Hottest Single of the Year "Pull Over"
(KCee featuring Wizkid)
Won [21]
"Caro"
(Star Boy featuring L.A.X and Wizkid)
Nominated [22]
Male Artist of the Year Himself Nominated
Best Music Video of the Year (Artist & Director) "Jaiye Jaiye" (alongside Sesan) Nominated
African Muzik Magazine Awards Best Male West Africa Himself Nominated [23]
Artist of the Year Nominated
Song of the Year "Caro"
(Star Boy featuring L.A.X and Wizkid)
Nominated
Best Collabo "Slow Down"
(R2Bees featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
"Surulere Remix"
(Dr SID featuring Don Jazzy, Phyno, and Wizkid)
Nominated
City People Entertainment Awards Musician of the Year (Male) Himself Nominated [24]
Most Popular Song of the Year "On Top Your Matter" Nominated
Best Collabo of the Year "Pull Over"
(KCee featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
MTV Africa Music Awards 2014 Best Male Himself Nominated [25]
Best Collaboration "Slow Down"
(R2Bees featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
Ghana Music Awards African Artiste of the Year Himself Nominated [26]
Afro Pop Song of the Year "Slow Down"
(R2Bees featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
Best Collaboration of the Year Nominated
Vodafone Song of the Year Nominated
World Music Awards World's Best Entertainer of the Year Himself Nominated [27]
World's Best Live Act Nominated
World's Best Male Artist Nominated
World's Best Song "Eledumare" Nominated
2013 The Headies 2013 Artiste of the Year Himself Nominated [28]
Best Music Video "Azonto" Nominated
Best Collabo "Baddest Boy"
(EME featuring Wizkid, Skales, and Banky W.)
Nominated
Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) Best Use of Visual Effects "Sexy Mama"
(Iyanya featuring Wizkid)
Nominated [29]
Best Afro Beat Video "Caro"
(Starboy featuring L.A.X and Wizkid)
Nominated [29]
2013 MTV Europe Music Awards Best African Act Himself Nominated [30]
MOBO Awards Best African Act Nominated [31]
Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted Duo/Group/Featuring Video "Baddest Boy"
(EME featuring Wizkid, Skales, and Banky W.)
Nominated [32]
Most Gifted Male Video "Azonto" Nominated
Most Gifted Video of the Year Won [33]
4Syte TV Music Video Awards Best African Act Video Nominated [34]
Best Group Video of the Year "Slow Down"
(R2Bees featuring Wizkid)
Won [35]
Best Directed Video Nominated [36]
Most Popular Video Nominated
Most Influential Video Nominated
Ghana Music Awards African Artist of the Year Himself Won [37]
Reggae Dance Hall Song of the Year "Time Bomb"
(Samini featuring Wizkid)
Nominated [38]
Nigeria Entertainment Awards Hottest Single of the Year "Beat of Life (Samba)"
(Sarz featuring Wizkid)
Nominated [39]
Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year Himself Nominated
City People Entertainment Awards Musician of the Year (Male) Won [40]
Best Collabo of the Year "Fine Lady"
(Lynxxx featuring Wizkid)
Nominated [41]
Best Hip-Hop Artiste of the Year Himself Nominated
2012 The Future Awards Musician of the Year Won [42]
4Syte TV Music Video Awards Best African Act Video "Dance for Me"
(EME featuring Wizkid)
Nominated [43]
BET Awards 2012 Best International Act Africa Himself Won [44]
2012 MTV Europe Music Awards Best African Act Nominated [45]
Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted West African Video of the Year "Pakurumo" Nominated [46]
The Headies 2012 Artist of the Year Himself Won [47]
Hip Hop World Revelation of the Year Won
Album of the Year Superstar Nominated [48]
Nigeria Entertainment Awards Best Album of the Year Won [49]
Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year Himself Won
Hottest Single of the Year "Pakurumo" Nominated [50]
Best Music Video of the Year Nominated
Best Collabo of the Year "Girl"
(Bracket featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
"Familiarity"
(Jayru featuring Wizkid)
Nominated
Ghana Music Awards African Artist of the Year Himself Nominated [51]
2011 4Syte TV Music Video Awards Best African Act Video "Holla at Your Boy" Nominated [52]
Nigeria Music Video Awards (NMVA) Best Afro Pop Video Nominated [53]
MOBO Awards Best African Act Himself Won [54]
Channel O Music Video Awards Most Gifted Newcomer Video "Holla at Your Boy" Nominated [55]
Most Gifted Video of the Year "Molowo Noni"
(Samklef featuring Wizkid, D’Prince, and Ice Prince)
Nominated [56]
2011 MTV Europe Music Awards Best Africa, Middle East and India Act Himself Nominated [57]
Dynamix All Youth Awards Artiste of the Year Won [58]
Nigeria Entertainment Awards Hottest Single of The Year "Tease Me/Bad Guys" Nominated [59]
Best New Act of the Year Himself Won
Best Pop/R&B Artist of the Year Nominated
The Headies 2011 Best Pop Single "Holla at Your Boy" Nominated [60]
Next Rated Won
City People Entertainment Awards Best New Male Artiste Himself Won [61]
2010 Dynamix All Youth Awards Promising Artiste of the Year Won [62]
Song of the Year "Holla at Your Boy" Nominated [63]

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