The Headies 2010

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The Headies 2010
Date May 29, 2010 (2010-05-29)
Location Eko Hotel and Suites
Victoria Island, Lagos
Country Nigeria
Television/radio coverage
Network HipTV

The fifth Hip Hop World Awards took place on May 16, 2009, at the Eko Hotel and Suites in Victoria Island, Lagos. The ceremony didn't have a host. Wande Coal toppled other nominees and took home 5 plaques, including the coveted Artiste of the Year plaque. Don Jazzy won the Producer of the Year award. Hip hop duo Skuki won the Next Rated category. Da Grin's C.E.O won Best Rap Album in a posthumous fashion. He was also honored by General Pype during the singer's performance.[1][2][3]

Performers[edit]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Album of the Year[edit]

Artiste of the Year[edit]

Song of the Year[edit]

  • "Yori Yori" – Bracket (Winner)
  • "Kokoroko" – Kefee (featuring Timaya)
  • "You Bad" – Wande Coasl (featuring D'banj)
  • "Free Madness Pt.2" – Terry G
  • "Alanta" – Art Quake

Recording of the Year[edit]

  • "Strong Ting" – Banky W.
  • "I Love You" – P-Square
  • "Heaven Please" – Timi Dakolo (Winner)
  • "Keeper of My Dreams" – Lara George

Producer of the Year[edit]

Best Music Video Director[edit]

  • Jude Okoye – "Danger"
  • Wudi Awa – "Kokoroko"
  • Clarence Peters – "Finest" (Winner)
  • Bobby Boulders – "Ako Mi Ti Poju"
  • MEX – "Safe"

Best R&B Single[edit]

  • "Strong Ting" – Banky W. (Winner)
  • "Never Felt A Love" – Femi
  • "I Love You" – P-Square
  • "No Stars" – Darey Art Alade
  • "Overkillin" – Djinee

Best Pop Single[edit]

  • "Yori Yori" – Bracket
  • "You Bad" – Wande Coal (featuring D'banj) (Winner)
  • "Kokoroko" – Kefee (featuring Timaya)
  • "Danger" – P-Square
  • "Hotter than Fire" – Dr. Pat and Sheyman

Best R&B/Pop Album[edit]

  • Mushin 2 Mo'Hits – Wande Coal (Winner)
  • Danger – P-Square
  • Least Expected – Bracket
  • Un-darey-ted – Darey

Best Rap Single[edit]

  • "Ako Mi Ti Poju" – Naeto C
  • "Owo Ati Swagger" – Cartiair
  • "Finest" – Knight House (featuring Sauce Kid and Teeto)
  • "Sample Remix" – Terry Tha Rapman (featuring Stereo Man and Pherowshuz) (Winner)
  • "Somebody Wants to Die" – M.I

Best Rap Album[edit]

  • C.E.O – Da Grin (Winner)
  • Dat Ibo Boy – Ill Bliss
  • More Than Rap Music – Cartiair
  • The Investment – Kel

Lyricist on the Roll[edit]

  • M.I – "Somebody Wants to Die"
  • Mode 9 – "Bad Man" (Winner)
  • OD – "Got to Love Me"
  • Pherowshuz – "Sample Remix" – Terry Tha Rapman (featuring Stereo Man and Pherowshuz)

Best Collaboration[edit]

  • "Kokoroko" – Kefee (featuring Timaya) (Winner)
  • "Finest" – Knight House (featuring Sauce Kid and Teeto)
  • "Aye Po Gan" – Ill Bliss (featuring Terry G)
  • "Sample Remix" – Terry Tha Rapman (featuring Stereo Man and Pherowshuz)

Best Male Vocal Performance[edit]

  • Darey – "No Stars" (Winner)
  • Banky W. – "Strong Ting"
  • Wande Coal – "Banana"
  • GT the Guitarman – "Kinimatise"
  • Timi Dakolo – "Heaven Please"

Best Female Vocal Performance[edit]

  • Ibiyemi – "Don't Leave Me"
  • Kefee – "Kokoroko"
  • Lara George – "Keeper of my Dreams" (Winner)
  • Waje – "Kolo"
  • Eva Alordiah – "No Cry"

Best Street Hop Artiste[edit]

  • Terry G – "Free Madness Pt.2" (Winner)
  • Klever J (featuring Eedris Abdul Kareem) – "Igboro Ti Daru"
  • Jaywon – "File Be"
  • Art Quake – "Alanta"
  • Side One – "One by One"

Next Rated[edit]

  • General Pype – "Champion"
  • Mo Cheddah –
  • Jesse Jagz – "Wetin Dey"
  • D'Prince – "Omoba"
  • Skuki – "Banger" (Winner)

Hip Hop World Revelation of the Year[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Music, Glamour & Lots of Yellow as Wande Coal & Da Grin dominate the 2010 HipHop World Awards". Bellanaija. 2 June 2010. Retrieved 16 May 2014. 
  2. ^ Lawal, Habeeb (6 April 2010). "Hip Hop Awards 2010 Nominee List!". underDaRock.com. Retrieved 16 May 2014. 
  3. ^ Fagbule, Nike (10 May 2010). "Hiphopworld Awards To Honour Dagrin". Nigerian Entertainment Today. Retrieved 16 May 2014.