Popular singer, Jaywon is not pleased with the freshly released nominee list for the 13th Headies scheduled to hold on October 19th in Lagos.
The singer who is angry that his tracks were not nominated in the “Best Vocal Performance” or “Best Alternative Song” category jumped on Twitter to blast the committee.
He said he is not surprised because the Headies award committee have always been very unfair to him.
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Iledare Oluwajuwonlo (born 6 June 1986), better known by his stage name Jaywon, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, performer, producer and actor. He launched his record label named Next World Music in 2013 after his exit from Kennis Music. Jaywon was honoured with the Best New Artist award at the Nigerian Music Video Awards in 2009. He also received Best Recording award at The Headies 2013 and the Tush Awards for ‘This Year’ song.
Jaywon completed his primary education at ECWA Primary School then went on to fulfil his high school at Government Secondary School in Kogi State before graduating with HND honours in Account from Federal Polytechnic, Bida.
The singer then moved to Lagos in 2005 and under a year after, secured collaborations with Ray G, Sound Sultan, W4, Slizzy E and 2face.
In 2009, Jaywon bagged a chance to perform at the packed Kennis Music Easter Fiesta, he made a huge impact and Organisers of the event immediately stroke an interest in him. Later that same year, Jaywon signed a record deal with Kennis Music Record Label. He went one to be described as ‘Jaywon has one of the most recognisable voices in the industry.’ In December 2012, he released the ‘Odun Yi (This Year)’ single to critical and commercial acclaim in 2013. He later signed an endorsement deal with PZ Cusson which enabled the company use his hit song, ‘This Year’ for promotional purposes.
Jaywon premiered the remix for “Madantin” in 2014 featuring Phyno, Olamide and May D under the Next World Music imprint then following up with ‘Tanawole’ featuring Reminisce weeks after. He also worked with rapper Vector tha Viper on ‘Back to Sender.’
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