Singer, Asake writes Headies over his nominations

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Nigeria’s highly acclaimed singer, Ahmed Ololade, better known as Asake, has penned a letter to the organizers of Headies Awards, expressing his thoughts regarding his nominations for the prestigious 2023 awards.

Glamsquad reported hours ago that Asake was nominated in eight categories for Best Collaboration, Best Street-Hop Artiste, Headies’ Viewers’ Choice, Song Of The Year, Best Male Artist, Next Rated, and Digital Artiste Of The Year.

Taking to his Instagram page, Asake appreciated the Headies Awards for nominating him and noted that it means a lot to him.

He wrote: “Thank you @the_headies for the nominations. This means a lot to me.”

Since bursting onto the Nigerian music scene, he has consistently released a string of hit songs, dominating both local and international charts.

From the bustling streets to the airwaves of radio stations, music channels, and even social media platforms, the name “Asake” echoes relentlessly, accompanied by his unmistakable and captivating melodies. Since stepping into the spotlight, he has never paused in captivating the mainstream audience.

Glamsquad noted that Asake’s unique and unconventional fashion sense, coupled with his visually striking music videos, constantly leaves his fans craving for more.

Prior to joining YBNL and the successful release of his hit single “Omo Ope” featuring Olamide, Asake had already experienced a glimpse of fame with his debut single in 2020 titled “Mr Money.”

The song became a club anthem and gained popularity on the streets. Asake further amplified its impact by creating a remix, featuring Peruzzi and Zlatan Ibile, which propelled him to secure a spot on the Apple Music Top 100: Nigeria chart for the first time.

Asake’s music defies categorization, standing out for its unique blend of various genres such as hip-hop, amapiano, fuji, and more. In addition, he skillfully incorporates elements like praise chants, street slangs, and street rap to craft uplifting choruses that resonate with his audience.

Asake’s fans anticipate his wins.

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