Hello dear readers, early last month we nominated five Nigerian artists who are worthy to win the Headies Next Award rated this year, We nominated DI’JA, REEKADO BANKS, LIL KESH, KOREDE BELLO And KISS DANIEL.
Just so you know, we nominated these five people before Headies released their official nominees early this month. And their nominees were same with ours except for DI’JA.
T.I.N Magazine personally ran a poll on our nominees for headies to see who is going to win, yes, we asked you guys to vote and you did! And finally T.I.N Magazine bring to you the end result and the two people most likely to win The Headies Next Rated Award 2015!
We could only find 600 votes which we were expecting more than that but some people complained to us via email that they didn’t find it easy to vote maybe that’s why we didn’t see many votes, anyways, we will fix that error in any next poll we conduct.
SEE THE POLL RESULTS BELOW:
Artists No. of Votes Votes In Percentage
T.I.N MAGAZINE REVIEW:
As you can see clearly that Lil Kesh has the highest number of votes followed by Reekado Banks
These results has shown us the people most Nigerians will vote on headies website this year.
LET US TELL YOU WHO WILL WIN:
You guys have done your voting and we could see Lil Kesh won and Reekado followed from your side, over here in T.I.N Magazine’s camp we did our voting and Reekado Banks won and Lil Kesh followed, which means these two people are most likely to win the award.
But we gotta tell you, this year’s Headies Nominees is arguably the tightest ever since 2011 when the likes of Wizkid,Olamide, Ice Prince and Tiwa Savage were nominated.
We got the likes of Kiss Daniel who we can see in the poll conducted was close to Reekado, following the way headies officials judge, Kiss Daniel totally deserves winning the award, even Patoranking who won last year didn’t do up to what Kiss Daniel has done this year, “Woju” is one of the biggest songs of the year if not the biggest, followed by “Laye” and more other collaborations.
Lets look at Reekado Banks, this guy won the Rookie of the year award last year for his hard work, now this year i am sure most of you have heard; Katapot, Sugar Baby, Chop Am, and more.. This guy released a lot of hit singles within last year and this year, he worked on a few collabos too. So he absolutely deserves it.
Now lets talk Lil Kesh, We all knew Headies should have at least nominate him for Rookie of the year award last year but they didn’t, why? we don’t know! After Dorobucci, Shoki was actually the biggest song of last year, now coming to this year he released two other hit singles; “Gbese” and “Efejoku” Not to mention he is the most featured artist among these nominees this year that’s huge!
Why Lil Kesh Could Win
If the rumor of Headies looking down on rappers is not true Lil Kesh could walk home with the Next Rated Carat Gold and a Hyundai car.
Because according to headies the awards will be judge based on their performance from JULY 2014 to JULY 2015 which will have his biggest song “Shoki” among the criteria for his judging.
With the two hit songs and multiple collaborations this year + Last year’s Shoki and the votes we definitely tell you Lil Kesh is the most worthy to win the Headies this year.
Why Reekado could win
There is a rumor going on that Headies won’t give the Next Rated Award to a rapper most especially an indigenous one, We have not confirmed that though. But if that is true it means Reekado might walk home with the Next Rated Carat Gold and a Hyundai car for his hard work and his town shaking hit singles and of course Nigerians vote this year. If he wins it he deserves it!
Why Kiss Daniel Won’t Win
Well, Kiss tried his total best this year but the songs aren’t just enough with only two hit songs within JUNE 2014-JUNE 2015 is a bit small to compete with his major competitors; Reekado and Lil Kesh . He is probably going to be compensated with a huge award though; like “Song of the year” but not Next rated.
SO T.I.N MAGAZINE THEREFORE ANNOUNCE: LIL KESH OR REEKADO BANKS The Most Likely To Win Headies Next Rated 2015.