Burna Boy celebrates 2nd Grammy nomination (video)

Burna Boy celebrates 2nd Grammy nomination (video)

- Congratulations are in order for Burna Boy as he recently got nominated for a Grammy Award for the second time

- His recent album Twice As Tall was nominated under the Best Global Music Awards

- The musician was spotted celebrating with his crew following the nomination

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Nigerian singer Burna Boy has been nominated yet again, for the 63rd Grammy Awards which is set to take place on Sunday, January 31, 2021.

This is the second time the singer would be nominated, and as usual, his fans and several other Nigerians received the news with joy and celebrations.

Burna Boy celebrates Grammy nomination
Burna Boy celebrates Grammy nomination Photo credit: @burnaboygram
Source: Instagram

The Odogwu crooner was also spotted in a celebratory mood with his people, following the announcement.

In the video clips he shared on his Instagram story, the singer who donned a jacket and fez cap, was with his family members and crew as they sang and raised their glasses to the occasion.

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His mum and manager, Bose Ogulu, popularly called Mama Burna was also in the midst of the celebrations.

The singer was all smiles with a blunt in his hand, as he jammed to the Odogwu tune playing in the background.

See screenshots from the Instastory video below:

Burna Boy celebrates Grammy nomination (video)
Burna Boy shared clips on his Instastory. Photo credit: @burnaboygram
Source: Instagram

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians rejoiced as Burna Boy got nominated for the 63rd Grammy Awards.

Burna Boy was listed alongside an American, Brooklyn-based afrobeat band Antibalas, American singer Bebel Gilberto, British Indian singer Anoushka Shankar, and a group of Tuareg musicians from the Sahara Desert region of northern Mali called Tinariwen.

The singer's first nomination came in November 2019 and it got many Nigerians excited as they prayed for him to win.

Nigerians have, however, not given up on the hope that the singer can still bring home the Grammy award as many have taken to social media to pray for him to win it this second time.

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