Burna boy and Wizkid win big at the 63rd Grammy awards.
By Chibright | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 0 views
It's a historical night for Nigerians and afro music at large as two of the Naija's famous singers bag the converted Grammy awards at the 63rd academy awards.
After being nominated last year for his African giant album singer Dlamini Ebunoluwa Rex Ogulu popularly known by his stage name burna boy was announced winner of the best global music album category for his album "Twice as Tall" at the yet concluded Grammy awards.
This is coming after his friend and industry colleague Wizkid was also announced winner of the music video award a category where he was nominated for his feature in Beyonce's "brown skin girl".
It was a thing of Joy for their fans as they celebrate with them.
It's a good one and Africans are proud of them.
Keep doing what you knows how to do best and it will yield a positive result.
davido on his Twitter account reacts to it
Whichever way you look at it, this is a victory for Nigeria for the culture and for my people ! Congrats to our winners! #Grammys#foreverchoke
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