- Nigerian Afro-fusion artiste, Burna Boy, was recently celebrated by the Recording Academy on social media
- The Grammys had tweeted about Burna being a steadily ascending and globally-loved superstar
- In recent times, Burna has been able to capture the hearts of many all over the world
Nigerian music is no doubt getting more attention that it used to get in recent times as it now appeals to a foreign audience.
One of the top Nigerian musicians, Burna Boy, has undoubtedly been making huge strides in the entertainment industry as his career has seen a great leap in recent times.
The hit maker was one of the six Nigerian artistes to be featured on Beyonce's latest album, Lion King: The Gift. The track he featured on is titled Ja ra e.
Like that is not enough, Burna was recently recognised and praised by the Recording Academy better known as the Grammys.
In a new tweet, the academy explained that Burna Boy is steadily ascending as a globally-loved superstar. They wrote: “Burna Boy is steadily ascending as a globally-loved superstar, with his smooth, rich vocals and infectious beats that blend traditional Afrobeat, dancehall, hip-hop, trap, and more.”
See the tweet below:
It is wonderful to see the Grammys' have recognised Burna Boy for his talent and hard work.
Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Burna Boy won the 2019 Best International Act at the BET Awards.
The talented singer floored Teni Makanaki and Mr Eazi to win the coveted category in the award. The award was received by his mum who also doubles as his manager.
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