Blaqbonez Shares His Excitement After Attending His First Grammy Event

Several Nigerian musicians, including Blaqbonez, attended the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony. Three new categories, including Best African Music Performance, were introduced for the first time during the 66th Award ceremony. The esteemed category’s nominees included Burna Boy, Ayra Starr, Davido, Olamide, Musa Keys, and Asake.

Tyla, a musician from South Africa, won the prize for her hit song “Water,” demonstrating her exceptional musical ability and earning her the esteemed title. Variety was able to secure an exclusive interview with the extraordinarily gifted Nigerian musician Blaqbonez during the thrilling Live red carpet event.

Filled with fervor, he enthusiastically expressed his opinions over the revolutionary inclusion of the new African category at the Grammy Awards. Blaqbonez conveyed his utter joy, highlighting how happy he is about this historic acceptance of African music on a worldwide scale. The entire interview was filled with his joy.

The Grammy Award for Best African Music Performance, a distinguished honor that honors and recognizes exceptional accomplishments in the field of African music, is proudly presented by The Recording Academy. The award honors music that highlights regional melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic musical traditions by utilizing distinctive local expressions from all over the African continent.

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