Nigerian Artists Disappointed at the Grammy Awards

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The 66th Grammy Awards ceremony held in Los Angeles, United States, made Nigerian artists disappointed as none of them managed to secure an award. Despite a combined total of 10 nominations across various categories, artists such as Davido, Burna Boy, Asake, Baddo, and Ayra Starr were unable to clinch a Grammy.

Singer Tyla’s Victory At the Grammy Awards Night

South African singer Tyla’s victory in the Best African Music Performance category has sparked a rivalry between the two nations as they gear up for a crucial football match on Wednesday. Nigerians, however, remain optimistic, proclaiming that their national team, the Super Eagles, will triumph where it matters most.

Tyla’s winning song, “Water,” triumphed over tracks by Davido, Ayra Starr, and Burna Boy. Moreover, this solidified South Africa’s victory in the African music scene. Despite the absence of a Grammy win. Nigerians have called on their team to avenge this loss in the upcoming Africa Cup of Nations semi-finals against South Africa in Ivory Coast.

Introducing the Best African Music Performance Award

This year marked the introduction of the Best African Music Performance award. This move was widely celebrated across the continent, despite some criticism for its delayed implementation. Tyla became the inaugural winner of this category and expressed her joy during her acceptance speech at the award ceremony.

Burna Boy’s Spellbinding Performance Captivates the Audience

Although Burna Boy failed to secure a Grammy this year. However, his captivating performance at the ceremony left the audience in awe. Despite dominating the African music scene. Nigerian singers feel their talents are not fully appreciated by Grammy voters, especially in the Afrobeats and Afro-RnB genres.

Davido Extends Congratulations to Tyla

Despite the intense rivalry between Nigeria and South Africa. The three-time Grammy nominee Davido graciously congratulated Tyla on her victory, urging her to continue soaring in her career. South Africa was also represented by comedian Trevor Noah, who skillfully hosted the prestigious award ceremony for the fourth time.

While Nigerian artists may have missed out on Grammy Awards this year, the introduction of the Best African Music Performance category signifies a step forward for African music recognition on the global stage. Despite the disappointment, the resilience of Nigerian artists and the support of their fans remain unyielding as they continue to make their mark in the music industry.

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