Wizkid & Tems Are Top Winners at 2022 Headies Awards (Full Winners List)

Wizkid and Tems were the top winners at the 15th annual Headies Awards, which were held at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta on Sunday (Sept. 4). This marked the first time the show has been held outside of Nigeria.

Wizkid and Tems collaborated on the international smash “Essence,” which became a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in October 2021 (with an assist by Justin Bieber). “Essence” won song of the year and best R&B single.

In addition to their two joint awards, Wizkid won album of the year for Made in Lagos (Deluxe Edition), while Tems won best female artiste and best R&B album for If Orange Was a Place.

Patoranking, Burna Boy, FireBoyDML, Ayra Starr and Bnxn each won two awards.

Patoranking won best recording of the year for “Celebrate Me” and best reggae & dancehall album for Three. Burna Boy took African artiste of the year and best male artiste. FireBoyDML won best Afrobeats single for “Peru” and best music video for “Champion” (featuring D Smoke). Ayra Starr won digital artiste of the year and Headies’ viewers’ choice for “Bloody Samaritan.” Bnxn won the Next rated: award and also shared in the award for best rap single as the featured artist on Ladipoe’s “Feeling.”

Chris Brown won international artiste of the year, beating Bieber, Beyoncé, Drake, Ed Sheeran and Nas. The category is designed for non-African artists or groups with outstanding achievements and impact on Afrobeats.

This year’s awards ceremony introduced three new categories: international artiste of the year, best inspirational single and digital artiste of the year.

Artists appearing at the show included Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, FireBoyDML, Adekunle Gold, Davido, Flavour, Kcee, Buju, Lojay, Goya Menor, Cohbams, 2Baba, Joeboy, Rugier, Olamide and Asake.

The Headies is the top Nigerian/Pan African awards show, celebrating the best in Afrobeats, African music and culture. The awards, originally called the Hip Hop World Awards, was established in 2006 by the Hip Hop World Magazine of Nigeria to recognize outstanding achievements in the Nigerian music industry.

Here’s a complete list of winners:

Best recording of the year:

“Celebrate Me” – Patoranking

Album of the year:

Made In Lagos (Deluxe Edition) – Wizkid

Song of the year:

“Essence” – Wizkid Feat. Tems

Best female artiste:

Tems

Best male artiste:

Burna Boy

Digital artiste of the year:

Ayra Starr

Best streethop artiste:

Goya Menor & Nektunez – “Amenor Amapiano Remix”

African Artiste of the year:

Burna Boy (Nigeria)

International artiste recognition:

Chris Brown

Best central African artiste of the year:

Innoss’b

Best West African artiste of the year:

Gyakie (Ghana)

Best North African artiste of the year:

Latifa (Tunisia)

Best Southern African artiste of the year:

Focalistic (South Africa)

Best East African artiste of the year:

Diamond Platinumz

Best vocal performance (male):

Oxlade – Ojuju

Best vocal performance (female):

Waje – “Last Time”

Lyricist on the roll:

A-Q – “The Last Cypher”

Best rap single:

“Feeling” – Ladipoe  feat. Bnxn

Best music video:

“Champion” (Fireboy DML Feat. D Smoke) Directed by Tg Omori

Best rap album:

Carpe Diem – Olamide

Best reggae & dancehall album:

Three – Patoranking

Producer of the year:

Sarz – “Monalisa” By Lojay & Sarz

Best inspirational single:

“Cultural Praise” – Kcee & Okwesili Eze Group

Songwriter of the year:

Adekunle Gold – “Sinner”

Best R&B single:

“Essence” – Wizkid feat. Tems

Best Afrobeats single

“Peru” – Fireboy DML

Best alternative single:

“Doings” – Flavour

Best alternative album:

Intermission – Ibejii

Special recognition (outstanding impact on the entertainment industry):

Efe Omorogbe

Sunday Are

Bose Ogulu

Special recognition (talent): 

D’banj

Headies’ viewer’s choice:

Ayra Starr – Bloody Samaritan

Next rated:

Bnxn

Best R&B album:                              

If Orange Was a Place – Tems

Rookie of the year:

Fave

Humanitarian award of the year:

David

Wizkid & Tems Are Top Winners at 2022 Headies Awards (Full Winners List)

Wizkid and Tems were the top winners at the 15th annual Headies Awards, which were held at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta on Sunday (Sept. 4). This marked the first time the show has been held outside of Nigeria.

Wizkid and Tems collaborated on the international smash “Essence,” which became a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 in October 2021 (with an assist by Justin Bieber). “Essence” won song of the year and best R&B single.

In addition to their two joint awards, Wizkid won album of the year for Made in Lagos (Deluxe Edition), while Tems won best female artiste and best R&B album for If Orange Was a Place.

Patoranking, Burna Boy, FireBoyDML, Ayra Starr and Bnxn each won two awards.

Patoranking won best recording of the year for “Celebrate Me” and best reggae & dancehall album for Three. Burna Boy took African artiste of the year and best male artiste. FireBoyDML won best Afrobeats single for “Peru” and best music video for “Champion” (featuring D Smoke). Ayra Starr won digital artiste of the year and Headies’ viewers’ choice for “Bloody Samaritan.” Bnxn won the Next rated: award and also shared in the award for best rap single as the featured artist on Ladipoe’s “Feeling.”

Chris Brown won international artiste of the year, beating Bieber, Beyoncé, Drake, Ed Sheeran and Nas. The category is designed for non-African artists or groups with outstanding achievements and impact on Afrobeats.

This year’s awards ceremony introduced three new categories: international artiste of the year, best inspirational single and digital artiste of the year.

Artists appearing at the show included Tiwa Savage, Wizkid, FireBoyDML, Adekunle Gold, Davido, Flavour, Kcee, Buju, Lojay, Goya Menor, Cohbams, 2Baba, Joeboy, Rugier, Olamide and Asake.

The Headies is the top Nigerian/Pan African awards show, celebrating the best in Afrobeats, African music and culture. The awards, originally called the Hip Hop World Awards, was established in 2006 by the Hip Hop World Magazine of Nigeria to recognize outstanding achievements in the Nigerian music industry.

Here’s a complete list of winners:

Best recording of the year:

“Celebrate Me” – Patoranking

Album of the year:

Made In Lagos (Deluxe Edition) – Wizkid

Song of the year:

“Essence” – Wizkid Feat. Tems

Best female artiste:

Tems

Best male artiste:

Burna Boy

Digital artiste of the year:

Ayra Starr

Best streethop artiste:

Goya Menor & Nektunez – “Amenor Amapiano Remix”

African Artiste of the year:

Burna Boy (Nigeria)

International artiste recognition:

Chris Brown

Best central African artiste of the year:

Innoss’b

Best West African artiste of the year:

Gyakie (Ghana)

Best North African artiste of the year:

Latifa (Tunisia)

Best Southern African artiste of the year:

Focalistic (South Africa)

Best East African artiste of the year:

Diamond Platinumz

Best vocal performance (male):

Oxlade – Ojuju

Best vocal performance (female):

Waje – “Last Time”

Lyricist on the roll:

A-Q – “The Last Cypher”

Best rap single:

“Feeling” – Ladipoe  feat. Bnxn

Best music video:

“Champion” (Fireboy DML Feat. D Smoke) Directed by Tg Omori

Best rap album:

Carpe Diem – Olamide

Best reggae & dancehall album:

Three – Patoranking

Producer of the year:

Sarz – “Monalisa” By Lojay & Sarz

Best inspirational single:

“Cultural Praise” – Kcee & Okwesili Eze Group

Songwriter of the year:

Adekunle Gold – “Sinner”

Best R&B single:

“Essence” – Wizkid feat. Tems

Best Afrobeats single

“Peru” – Fireboy DML

Best alternative single:

“Doings” – Flavour

Best alternative album:

Intermission – Ibejii

Special recognition (outstanding impact on the entertainment industry):

Efe Omorogbe

Sunday Are

Bose Ogulu

Special recognition (talent): 

D’banj

Headies’ viewer’s choice:

Ayra Starr – Bloody Samaritan

Next rated:

Bnxn

Best R&B album:                              

If Orange Was a Place – Tems

Rookie of the year:

Fave

Humanitarian award of the year:

David

Eliza Rose Dethrones LF System on U.K. Singles Chart

LF System’s two-month reign in the U.K. is over, ended by Eliza Rose’s “B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)” (via Warner Records), which climbs to the summit in its sixth week.

Rose’s viral hit with Interplanetary Criminal lifts 2-1 on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, squeezing LF System’s summer smash “Afraid to Feel” (Warner Records) to No. 2, halting its eight-week unbroken streak.

According to the Official Charts Company, “B.O.T.A.” is the U.K.’s 1,400th No. 1 single, and Rose becomes the first female DJ to top the chart in two decades, since Sonique’s “It Feels So Good” in 2002.

“B.O.T.A.” has been gathering steam across the festival season, the OCC reports, accumulating a market-leading 4.8 million streams during the latest cycle.

The highest new entry on the current survey is “Hold Me Closer” (EMI/RCA), Elton John’s collaboration with Britney Spears. It’s new at No. 3, and is the most-downloaded song of the week in the U.K.

Though it misses out on top billing, “Hold Me Closer” becomes Elton’s fourth consecutive Top 5 entry in a year. And it represents a strong chart comeback for Britney, her first song since 2016 and highest peak since “Scream & Shout” with Will.I.Am lead the survey in 2012.

“Hold Me Closer” blasted to No. 1 on Australia’s singles chart last Friday.

A second new entry cracks the U.K. top 10 this week. David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” (via Parlophone) arrives at at No. 7, powered by a viral demo of the track, originally cut in 2017. It’s Rexha’s fourth top 10 appearance, and first in five years. Guetta now has 28 top tier entries, the most recent coming in April with “Crazy What Love Can Do,” which peaked at No. 5.

Finally, Australia DJ and producer Luude has a second top 10 single, with “Big City Life” (Warner Records), his dance music nugget with Mattafix. It’s the followup to Luude’s “Down Under” with Men at Work’s Colin Hay, which accelerated all the way to No. 5 earlier this year. “Big City Life” rises 11-10 in its 10th week on the survey.

Eliza Rose Dethrones LF System on U.K. Singles Chart

LF System’s two-month reign in the U.K. is over, ended by Eliza Rose’s “B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)” (via Warner Records), which climbs to the summit in its sixth week.

Rose’s viral hit with Interplanetary Criminal lifts 2-1 on the Official U.K. Singles Chart, squeezing LF System’s summer smash “Afraid to Feel” (Warner Records) to No. 2, halting its eight-week unbroken streak.

According to the Official Charts Company, “B.O.T.A.” is the U.K.’s 1,400th No. 1 single, and Rose becomes the first female DJ to top the chart in two decades, since Sonique’s “It Feels So Good” in 2002.

“B.O.T.A.” has been gathering steam across the festival season, the OCC reports, accumulating a market-leading 4.8 million streams during the latest cycle.

The highest new entry on the current survey is “Hold Me Closer” (EMI/RCA), Elton John’s collaboration with Britney Spears. It’s new at No. 3, and is the most-downloaded song of the week in the U.K.

Though it misses out on top billing, “Hold Me Closer” becomes Elton’s fourth consecutive Top 5 entry in a year. And it represents a strong chart comeback for Britney, her first song since 2016 and highest peak since “Scream & Shout” with Will.I.Am lead the survey in 2012.

“Hold Me Closer” blasted to No. 1 on Australia’s singles chart last Friday.

A second new entry cracks the U.K. top 10 this week. David Guetta and Bebe Rexha’s “I’m Good (Blue)” (via Parlophone) arrives at at No. 7, powered by a viral demo of the track, originally cut in 2017. It’s Rexha’s fourth top 10 appearance, and first in five years. Guetta now has 28 top tier entries, the most recent coming in April with “Crazy What Love Can Do,” which peaked at No. 5.

Finally, Australia DJ and producer Luude has a second top 10 single, with “Big City Life” (Warner Records), his dance music nugget with Mattafix. It’s the followup to Luude’s “Down Under” with Men at Work’s Colin Hay, which accelerated all the way to No. 5 earlier this year. “Big City Life” rises 11-10 in its 10th week on the survey.

First-Time Winners Sweep Music Categories at 2022 Creative Arts Emmys

First-time winners swept the music categories at the 2022 Creative Arts Emmys, which were presented over two nights on Saturday Sept. 3 and Sunday (Sept 4). The awards were presented at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Cristobal Tapia de Veer won two awards for his work on The White Lotus — outstanding original main title theme music and outstanding music composition for a limited or anthology series, movie or special (original dramatic score).

Also at Sunday’s show, Cinco Paul won outstanding original music and lyrics for writing a song for Schmigadoon!, Nora Felder took outstanding music supervision for Stranger Things, and David Shapiro won outstanding music composition for a series (original dramatic score) for Severance.

de Veer, 48, is a Chilean-born composer, arranger, producer and multi-instrumentalist based in Montreal.

Paul, 58, is primarily known as a screenwriter. He and his writing partner, Ken Daurio, specialize in screenplays for animated films, including Dr. Seuss’ Horton Hears a Who, Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, The Secret Life of Pets and all three Despicable Me films. Paul is also the creator, executive producer and songwriter for Schmigadoon!.

Two of the seven music categories were presented at the first Creative Arts Emmys ceremony on Saturday. Adam Blackstone won outstanding music direction for The Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show starring Dr. DreSnoop DoggMary J. BligeEminemKendrick Lamar and 50 Cent. David Schwartz won outstanding music composition for a documentary series or special (original dramatic score) for Lucy and Desi.

A total of 48 categories were presented on Sunday, a few more than the 45 that were awarded on Saturday.

Nathan Lane won his first Emmy — outstanding guest actor in a comedy series for Only Murders in the Building. Lane is a three-time Tony winner.

Over the two nights of the Creative Arts Emmys combined, five shows won five awards each — Adele: One Night Only, Euphoria, Stranger Things, The Beatles: Get Back and The White Lotus.

Arcane and Squid Game are a beat behind with four wins each, followed by Barry, Love on the Spectrum U.S., Only Murders in the Building and The Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show Starring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and 50 Cent, with three wins each.

Trailing with two wins each are A Black Lady Sketch Show, Hacks, How I Met Your Father, Last Week Tonight With John Oliver, Lizzo’s Watch Out for the Big Grrrls, Love, Death + Robots, Lucy and Desi, RuPaul’s Drag Race, Severance and We’re Here.

Six individuals won two Emmys each over the course of the two nights combined: Will Files (re-recording mixer, co-supervising sound editor), Craig Henighan (re-recording mixer, co-supervising sound editor), Peter Jackson, (director, producer), Alberto Mielgo (character designer, writer/director), Cristobal Tapia de Veer (composer) and Ben Winston (executive producer).

An edited presentation of the awards presented on both nights of the Creative Arts Emmys will air Saturday, Sept. 10, at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT on FXX and be available for streaming on Hulu Sept. 11-27.

The remaining 25 categories will be presented at the 74th annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday Sept. 12. The ceremony will also be held at Microsoft Theater. Kenan Thompson is set to host. Succession is the top nominee with 25 nods, trailed by Ted Lasso and The White Lotus with 20 each and Hacks and Only Murders in the Building with 17 each.

Here are the nominees, with winners in bold, in the five music categories that were presented on Sunday.

Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Original Dramatic Score)

The Flight Attendant • “The Reykjavík Ice Sculpture Festival Is Lovely This Time of Year” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO Max in association with Berlanti Productions, Yes, Norman Productions, and Warner Bros. Television; Blake Neely, composer

Loki • “Glorious Purpose” • Disney+ • Marvel Studios; Natalie Holt, composer

Only Murders in the Building • “The Boy From 6B” • Hulu • 20th Television; Siddhartha Khosla, composer

Schmigadoon! • “Schmigadoon!” • Apple TV+ • Broadway Video / Universal Television in association with Apple; Christopher Willis, composer

WINNER: Severance • “The We We Are” • Apple TV+ • Endeavor Content / Red Hour Productions in association with Apple; Theodore Shapiro, composer

Succession • “Chiantishire” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO in association with Project Zeus, HyperObject Industries, Gary Sanchez Productions; Nicholas Britell, composer

 

Outstanding Music Composition for a Limited or Anthology Series, Movie or Special (Original Dramatic Score)

1883 • “1883” • Paramount+ • Linson Entertainment, Bosque Ranch Productions, 101 Studios, MTV Entertainment Studios; Brian Tyler and Breton Vivian, composers

Moon Knight • “Asylum” • Disney+ • Marvel Studios; Hesham Nazih, composer

Station Eleven • “Unbroken Circle” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO Max presents a Paramount Television Studios production in association with Tractor Beam Productions, Shadowfox Productions, Stone Village Television, Inc., Pacesetter Productions, and Super Frog; Dan Romer, composer

A Very British Scandal • “Episode 1” • Prime Video • Blueprint Television, Ltd. and Amazon Studios; Nathan Barr, composer

WINNER: The White Lotus • “Mysterious Monkeys” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO in association with Rip Cord, The District and Hallogram; Cristobal Tapia de Veer, composer

 

Outstanding Original Music and Lyrics

Euphoria • “All My Life, My Heart Has Yearned For a Thing I Cannot Name” / Song Title: “Elliot’s Song” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO in association with ADD Content Agency | HOT | TCDY Productions, Dreamcrew, Tiny Goat, A24 and The Reasonable Bunch; Labrinth, music & lyrics;  Muzhda Zemar-McKenzie and Zendaya, lyrics

Euphoria • “You Who Cannot See, Think of Those Who Can” / Song Title: “I’m Tired” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO in association with ADD Content Agency | HOT | TCDY Productions, Dreamcrew, Tiny Goat, A24 and The Reasonable Bunch; Labrinth, music & lyrics; Zendaya and Sam Levinson, lyrics

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel • “How to Chew Quietly and Influence People” / Song Title: “Maybe Monica” • Prime Video • Amazon Studios; Thomas Mizer and Curtis Moore, music & lyrics

WINNER: Schmigadoon! • “Schmigadoon!” / Song Title: “Corn Puddin’” • Apple TV+ • Broadway Video / Universal Television in association with Apple; Cinco Paul, music & lyrics

This Is Us • “Day of the Wedding” / Song Title: The Forever Now • NBC • 20th Television; Siddhartha Khosla, music; Taylor Goldsmith, lyrics

 

Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music

Loki • Disney+ • Marvel Studios; Natalie Holt, composer

Only Murders in the Building • Hulu • 20th Television; Siddhartha Khosla, composer

Severance • Apple TV+ • Endeavor Content / Red Hour Productions in association with Apple; Theodore Shapiro, composer

Squid Game • Netflix • Siren Pictures for Netflix; Jung Jae-il, composer

WINNER: The White Lotus • HBO/HBO Max • HBO in association with Rip Cord, The District and Hallogram; Cristobal Tapia de Veer, composer

 

Outstanding Music Supervision

Better Call Saul • “Black and Blue” • AMC • High Bridge, Crystal Diner, Gran Via Productions and Sony Pictures Television; Thomas Golubić, music supervisor

Euphoria • “Trying to Get to Heaven Before They Close the Door” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO in association with ADD Content Agency | HOT | TCDY Productions, Dreamcrew, Tiny Goat, A24 and The Reasonable Bunch; Jen Malone and Adam Leber, music supervisors

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel • “How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?” • Prime Video • Amazon Studios; Robin Urdang, music supervisor

Ozark • “The Cousin of Death” • Netflix • MRC for Netflix; Gabe Hilfer, music supervisor

WINNER: Stranger Things • “Chapter Four: Dear Billy” • Netflix • Monkey Massacre Productions & 21 Laps Entertainment for Netflix; Nora Felder, music supervisor

The White Lotus • “Departures” • HBO/HBO Max • HBO in association with Rip Cord, The District and Hallogram; Janet Lopez, music supervisor

 

Lorde, Six60 Lead Inaugural Rolling Stone New Zealand Awards

Lorde, the chart-topping, Grammy Award-winning Kiwi superstar, reigned supreme at the inaugural Rolling Stone New Zealand Awards, held last week in Auckland.

The singer and songwriter scooped the global award in her hometown, beating out a shortlist that included Benee, Six60, L.A.B, Broods and ARIA Hall of Famers Crowded House.

The global award is judged by Rolling Stone’s international editors, a panel that previously crowned winners in this category for the Australian edition of the awards, won by Tame Impala (2021) and The Kid LAROI (2022).

Until now, the RS Award was one of the few missing from Lorde’s trophy cabinet. Her collection includes a brace of Grammys for her Billboard Hot 100 leader “Royals,” taking out song of the year and best pop solo performance.

The first edition of the RS Awards was held Aug. 31 at the Glasshouse, following the domestic rollout of the masthead earlier this year.

Also during the awards event, best record went to local reggae act L.A.B for their chart-leading LP L.A.B V; stadium fillers Six60 took out best single for “Pepeha” and Maori soul singer Teeks snagged best new artist.

Performers on the night included Six60, Stan Walker & Hamo Dell, and Rob Ruha & Ka Hao, and The Edge afternoon hosts Sharyn & Jayden were emcees.

2022 Rolling Stone New Zealand Awards:

Winner: L.A.B – L.A.B V
Stan Walker – Te Arohanui
BENEE – Lychee
Ladyhawke – Time Flies
Yumi Zouma – Present Tense
Reb Fountain – IRIS
Aldous Harding – Warm Chris
Crowded House – Dreamers Are Waiting

BEST SINGLE:
Winner: Six60 – “Pepeha”
Gin Wigmore – “Hand Over Heart”
Teeks – “Younger”
Lorde – “Solar Power”
Rob Ruha & Ka Hao – “35”
Lilbubblegum – “Billie Eilish”
BROODS ft. Tove Lo – “I Keep”
Mitch James – “Be Somebody”

BEST NEW ARTIST:
Winner: Teeks
Goodwill
CHAII
TE KAAHU
There’s a Tuesday
Muroki
Rory Noble
Reuben Fleetwood

ROLLING STONE GLOBAL AWARD:
Winner: Lorde
BENEE
Six60
L.A.B
Crowded House
BROODS

Adele Reacts to Emmy Win: ‘Trust Me to Officially Have an EGO’

Adele is one step closer to becoming an EGOT after winning an Emmy this weekend. The star proudly posed for a pair of selfies with an Emmy statuette on Sunday (Sept. 4) following the 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards, where Adele: One Night Only was one of the night’s top winners.

“Bloody hell I’m pleased as punch! Thank you @mrbenwinston for dropping this round to me this afternoon!! Trust me to officially have an EGO,” she wrote on Instagram and Twitter Sunday night, tagging one of the executive producers of Adele: One Night Only and adding a laughing emoji to her message.

Adele won the Emmy for outstanding variety special (pre-recorded), and her CBS television special was the winner in four other categories.

Paul Dugdale, the director of Adele: One Night Only, won outstanding directing for a variety special, and the show took home the awards for outstanding sound mixing for a variety series or special, outstanding lighting design/lighting direction for a variety special, and outstanding technical direction, camerawork, video control for a special.

“Thank you so much @televisionacad, I’m so so honored to receive this. Big up to everyone involved. @griffithobservatory thank you for letting me sing up on your mountain and big love to all the other nominees x,” said Adele.

The other nominees in Adele’s category were Dave Chappelle: The Closer (Netflix), Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: Return to Hogwarts (HBO/HBO Max), Norm Macdonald: Nothing Special  (Netflix) and One Last Time: An Evening With Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga (CBS).

Adele had already won 15 Grammys and an Oscar, so she now only needs to take home a Tony to reach the status of EGOT — a winner of an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony, four of the major American entertainment awards.

Adele: One Night Only aired in November 2021 and featured 10 performances — including four songs from her latest album 30 — as well as a sit-down interview with Oprah Winfrey.

Winston and Raj Kapoor, two of the executive producers of the special, are also executive producers of the upcoming Grammy Awards, where Adele is expected to be a major player.

Adele: One Night Only was produced by Fulwell 73 UK Limited and Onward Productions in association with Harpo Productions. Ben Winston, Adele, Jonathan Dickins, Raj Kapoor, Tara Montgomery and Terry Wood were executive producers. Rob Paine was co-executive producer. All won Emmys.

See Adele’s celebratory post below. Check out the full list of winners at the 2022 Creative Arts Emmy Awards here.