The Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu has celebrated Nigerian nominees at the 66th Grammy Awards despite not clinching an award.
Sanwo-Olu on his Facebook page said Burna Boy, Davido, Ayra Starr, Asake, Tems, Olamide’s mastery of music is an unparalleled show casting world-class talent.
He wrote, “A special shout out to Burna Boy, Davido, Ayra Starr, Asake, Tems, Olamide and all Nigerian talents represented as nominees at the Grammy’s, the apex music award in the world.
“Your mastery reached unparalleled heights on those exclusive platforms, showcasing the world-class talent we’re immensely proud of.
“To those who may feel disheartened by the results, remember, in the eyes of your fans and Nigerians, you’re everlasting winners and with every global arena and stadium you fill up, your representation of Afrobeat and Nigeria is unparalleled, and soon you’ll light up the stages you desire as triumphant victors.
“Cheers to more timeless moments as you continue to tell the world our stories with your music.”
Nigerian superstars, Davido, Burna Boy, Olamide, Asake and Ayra Starr have lost all categories nominated for the 2024 Grammy Awards.
South African diva, Tyla on Sunday beats Nigerian Asake, Davido Ayra Starr and others to win the Grammy for Best African Music Performance with her global viral hit, Water.
The 2023 hit, Water was top of the charts across 16 countries including the United Kingdom and the United States.
To win the Grammy, Tyla’s Water beats Amapiano by Asake and Olamide, City Boy by Burna Boy and Unavailable.
Her single, “Water” is not just a global hit but also a song that can hold its own anywhere, anytime.