They’re all nominated for their outstanding work, with Olamide and Asake in the running for Best African Music Performance for their collab “Amapiano,” and Fireboy DML up for Album of the Year for his part in Jon Batiste’s “World Music Radio.”
The party was sizzling with A-list guests like Tina Davis, Wale, The Compozers, DJ Consequence, Jidenna, Sarz, WurlD, Pheelz, Boity Thulo, Musa Keyz, and Poco Lee in attendance. It was a night filled with music, laughter, and excitement as everyone geared up for the big night.
The event demonstrated a cultural significance of how far Nigerian music has come on the world stage. A few years ago, Nigerian music wasn’t getting this kind of global acknowledgement. But now, Nigerian artists are leading the charge, shaping global music trends, influencing artists across various genres.
The GRAMMY Awards Show is always a hot topic every year. But this year, it’s more interesting with expectations through the roof, especially for first-time nominees like Davido, Ayra Starr, Olamide, Asake, and Burna Boy’s performance at the live event.
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