Top 10 Most Awarded Artist In Nigeria Of All Time 2023

There are many elements that make up an artiste’s prestige, legacy, and overall name. Awards and honours bestowed upon artistes are some of such things as they serve as a physical reward from an external party that acknowledges and crowns their efforts. As a result, awards are viewed as bragging rights by artistes and their fans as well.

In this list, we take a look at the 10 Nigerian musicians with the most awards.

10. Flavour

Flavour Awards

The afropop singer is known as respected for being one of the best performers and an all-round entertainer in Africa. Flavour has made a name for himself with 14 awards from 38 nominations.

That’s all on the list of Nigerian musicians with the most awards. Is any musician’s appearance or position on the list a surprise to you? Share your thoughts on the list in the comment’s section.

9. Ice Prince

Ice Prince Awards

Not many have hacked hip-hop in Nigeria the way Ice Prince has with his sucker-punching lines and catchy choruses. The rapper has 17 awards and 38 nominations.

8. P-Square

P-Square Awards

A now-defunct duo that was made up of Peter and Paul Okoye. The brothers once bagged 5 awards at the Headies award at the 2006 Headies and got a total of 17 awards from 37 nominations.

7. Tiwa Savage

Tiwa Savage Awards

She was the first woman to win Best African Act at the 2018 MTV Europe Music Awards and she continues to make her mark in the scene. Tiwa Savage has 20 awards from 70 nominations.

6. Olamide

Olamide Awards

Olamide has built a godfatherlike reputation for himself where indigenous rap and street-hop music is concerned. The rapper has an accolades’ arsenal with 22 awards from 56 nominations.

5. Burna Boy

Burna Boy Awards

In early 2019, Burna Boy began to call himself the African Giant, now in 2021 and with one Grammy award among several other accolades to his name, the Nigerian musician has earned it. Burna Boy currently has 23 awards from 47 nominations.

4. D’BanjD’Banj Awards


D’Banj or the Kokomaster will go down in history as one of the major exporters of afrobeats to the rest of the world. His strides and work have translated into 29 awards from about 87 nominations.

3. Davido

Davido Awards

Never one to shy away from referring to his impressive scoresheet, Davido’s accolades speak for him and serves to put his money where his mouth is. The megastar currently has over 30 awards from 84 nominations with 4 BET awards and 7 MOBOs.

2. 2Baba

2Baba Awards

He might have changed his name from TuFace to 2Baba but undoubtedly, his legacy lives on as one of the most talented Nigerian musicians to grace the industry. As early as 2015, he was the first-ever winner of the Best African Act Award at MTV Europe. 2Baba has an estimate of 51 awards to emerge as the second most awarded Nigerian musician at the moment.

1. Wizkid

Wizkid Awards

Wizkid is referred to by many as a national treasure to all of Nigeria. This makes a lot of sense when you find out that with 65 awards from 223 nominations, he has the most awards as a Nigerian artiste. And is the most awarded African artiste at the BET awards, Soul Train awards, Billboard awards, iHeartRadio Music Awards.

That’s all on the list of Nigerian musicians with the most awards. Is any musician’s appearance or position on the list a surprise to you? Share your thoughts on the list in the comment’s section.


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Alamu Tosin

The writer is Alamu Tosin. I have three strong passions in life — football, blogging and movies — in that order. I love spending time with friends talking about the important things in life and hate nothing more than ‘authority’ and hypocrisy. My personal believe in life is that once an individual sets his/her mind to achieve something, it is totally possible. And oh!, I am a strong Lannister, because I always pay my debt. For writing or fixing gigs, contact [email protected].
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