See Top Artistes Who Congratulates Burna Boy For 2020 Grammy Award Nomination

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See Top Artistes Who Congratulates Burna Boy For 2020 Grammy Award Nomination

On November 20, 2019, nominations for the 62nd Grammy Awards were announced at 2:30 pm.

Nigerian musicians have continued to shower praises on Hip-hop artiste – Damini Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy after being nominated for the Best World Music Album category in 2020 Grammy Awards.

He was nominated in the category alongside Altin Gün for Gece, Bokanté & Metropole Orkest Conducted By Jules Buckley for What Heat, Nathalie Joachim With Spektral Quartet for Fanm D’Ayiti, and Angelique Kidjo for Celia.

The nomination is for albums containing at least 51 per cent playing time of new vocal or instrumental world music recordings.

For this, he has been congratulated by his one-time friend, rapper and South African nemesis, AKA.

 The message reads, “CONGRATULATIONS … obviously.” This came after a fan asked AKA that, “@akaworldwide Burna just got nominated for a Grammy, what do you have to say??”

https://twitter.com/akaworldwide/status/1197167618857275393
Also Celebrating with the artiste over the feat, Banky W in a tweet said, “Our African giant has been nominated for a Grammy.

“Congratulations to @burnaboy, his mom and the entire team.

“Amazing and well deserved. Anything is possible with a little bit of faith and a lot of hard work. So happy for him.”

Also reacting to the announcement, ace music producer, Don Jazzy, said, “Congrats to the African giant @burnaboy on the Grammy nomination.

“Congrats on having the most amazing couple of years. The Grammy is actually just the icing on the already juicy cake.”

Adding his voice to the flurry of encomiums for Burna, Davido said, “Congrats @burnaboy, you deserve more than a nomination.”

It was the same for Wizkid, who said, “King Burna!! Congratulations blood! You deserve everything and more.”

Burna Boy’s nomination coincides with the reported cancellation of his scheduled performance at the Africa Unites Concert in South Africa.
The concert was reportedly cancelled due to uproar from South Africans.
They kicked up a fuss because of Burna Boy’s comments in the wake of xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in South Africa earlier in the year.

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