Burna Boy Receives Grammy Awards Plaque

The afrobeat singer’s ‘Twice as Tall Album’ won Best Global Music album at the 63rd Grammy awards, which was held in March in Los Angeles, United States of America.

Burna Boy with his Grammy Award plaque / Photo credit: Rosbena
Burna Boy with his Grammy Award plaque / Photo credit: Rosbena

Nigerian Afrobeat singer, Damini Ogulu, a.k.a Burna Boy, has received his Grammy awards plaque.

The afrobeat singer’s ‘Twice as Tall Album’ won Best Global Music album at the 63rd Grammy awards, which was held in March in Los Angeles, United States of America.

The singer took to his Instagram page @burnaboygram to announce the award of plaque, as he posted photos and a video clip of himself with the plaque.

”Early Morning deliveries from across the pond.

“My parents prayed for excellent children, not houses, cars or “things”.

“They asked my sisters for stellar degrees; one got a first class in Finance, the other got a Distinction in Engineering.

“They asked me for a Grammy, and here we are. I am a product of sacrifice. Thank God and thank you all again,” he said.

The Nigerian Afrobeat star won awards at the 2021 Grammys.

Burna Boy won the Best Global Music Album category, while Wizkid won the Best Music Video for his song with American music star, Beyoncé, ‘Brown Skin Girl, from Lion King: The Gift album’.

Meanwhile, some of Burna Boy’s fans had taken to his Instagram page to relive and praise the singer’s achievement.

(NAN)

Written by The Interview Editors

The Interview is a niche publication, targeting leaders and aspiring leaders in business, politics, entertainment, sports, arts, the professions and others within society’s upper middle class and high-end segment in Nigeria.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *