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After 2 Years The Headies Award Ceremony Will Be Coming Back Home For Its 17 Edition

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In recent years, Afrobeats has transcended boundaries, becoming both a musical genre and a cultural phenomenon far surpassing our wildest dreams. With billions of streams, prominent chart placements, and the soundtrack to countless online videos, Afrobeats has firmly established itself on the global stage. African artists have sold out major arenas, and collaborations from the continent consistently rack up staggering numbers.

Recognizing this explosive growth, The Headies has been at the forefront of honoring African musical talent long before they achieved international acclaim. The 2022 and 2023 editions were held in the US, showcasing established global stars and promising future talents. Now, in 2024, we are proud to announce that The Headies is returning to its roots for its 17th edition, back to the place where the Afrobeats sound originated—the very heart of the continent that has captivated the world with its infectious rhythms launched viral sensations and placed Africa at the forefront of global pop culture.

Ladies and gentlemen, get ready because The Headies is coming home.

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