Apart from historical Grammy Award win by Nigerian Afropop star Wizkid, the Nigerian sensational artist has scored another huge win with Beyonce’s Brown Skin Girl featuring the Afropop star won an NAACP Image Award on Thursday night for Outstanding Music Video/Visual Album.The winners competed against H.E.R’s I Can’t Breathe, Ledisi’s Anything For You and Chloe x Halle’s popular hit, Do It.
Brown Skin Girl clinched wins at the Soul Train Ashford & Simpson Song Writers Awards, Grammys, BET Awards and The Daily Californian Art Awards).
Arise News had gathered that. Wizkid becomes the first Nigerian artist to win two NAACP Image Awards because Last year, he took home the gong for the ‘Outstanding Duo, Group or Collaboration’ alongside Beyonce, Saint Jhn and Blue Ivy Carter, for the same song.
As a Nigerian and African artist, the young talented song writer, song producer that is full of energy on stage that can turn on his fans all over the world has really work hard by taking the Africa culture to the next level in his musical career. Let wish him more wins.
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