- Kemi Olunloyo has taken to social media to share her thoughts about Burna Boy and Wizkid's Grammy win
- According to her, they should charge N114.3m ($300K) for collaborations
- Recall that Burna boy won the award for the Best Global Music Album with Twice as Tall while Wizkid won Best music video for Brown Skin Girl with Beyoncé
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Nigerians have been buzzing with reactions and sharing their thoughts over the Grammy awards wins by Burna Boy and Wizkid. One of such people is Nigerian journalist, Kemi Olunloyo.
In a recent tweet, she stated that the singers following their musical feat, should not sell themselves cheap.
According to her, they should be charging N114.3m ($300K) for music collaborations.
Read her post below:
"I just appraised Burnaboy and Wizkid. As a Music Publicist and Music Journalist, with the #grammys won last night they should be commanding $300K per collaboration. Burna is definitely not gonna sell himself cheap. They should leverage on that."
Meanwhile, Burna Boy’s mother and manager, Bose Ogulu, was filled with excitement at the great news, she called it the best Mother’s Day present.
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She had no doubt been very instrumental in her son’s career and their hard work and confidence definitely paid off.
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In other news, Wizkid and Burna Boy have been massively congratulated by colleagues in the music industry following their recent win at the Grammys and the latest to hail them is Davido’s protégée, Mayorkun.
The DMW signee in a post shared on his verified page on Twitter noted that the win signifies an upward movement for African music.
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Kumashe Yaakugh is a Legit.ng journalist with three years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from Benue State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mass Communication. Kumashe is an entertainment and lifestyle editor reporting mostly on entertainment and human interest stories. When she isn't working, Kumashe uses her spare time to read about historical events, music and cultures around the world. Learn more about her on Twitter @kvmashe