During his performance, Burna Boy brought out lively dancers and a traditional band dressed in vibrant green. He looked sharp in a red rhinestone-studded jacket, gray pants, and a snapback, flashing a big smile and exuding his usual confidence.
The atmosphere was charged with excitement as he belted out a medley of his hits, “On Form” and “City Boy,” thrilling the audience. The energy soared even higher when he was joined by international stars Brandy and 21 Savage for a rendition of their Grammy-nominated track “Sittin’ On Top Of The World.”
While Burna Boy entered the 66th Grammys with four nominations, his awards cabinet didn’t expand this year. Shakti’s This Moment claimed the Global Album award, “Pashto” edged out his “Alone” in the Global Music Performance category, Tyla from South Africa took home Best African Music Performance, and Lil Durk’s “All My Life” feat. J Cole triumphed in Best Melodic Rap Performance.
But despite the losses, Burna Boy’s performance solidified his impact on the global music scene.
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