“He Pulled Out All the Stop”: Billboard Rates Burna Boy’s Grammy Performance 6th Among 12 Artistes

“He Pulled Out All the Stop”: Billboard Rates Burna Boy’s Grammy Performance 6th Among 12 Artistes

  • Billboard has given a review of the performance of all the singers who sang during the Grammy award ceremony
  • The event took place on Sunday, February 4, 2024 at the Crypto.Com Arena in Los Angeles and Burna Boy was one of the artists who performed
  • Rating the Nigerian singer, Billboard said he came 6th among the 12 performances at the event

Billboard, an international magazine, has provided a detailed account of the performances by the artists who sang during the Grammy award ceremony.

Legit.ng had reported that the award took place at the Crypto.com Arena on February 4, 2024.

At the event, Tyla, the South African artist, defeated Burna Boy, Davido, and Asake to clinch the "Best African Music Performance" category.

In its analysis of the event, Billboard rated the performance of the 12 music acts that performed at the award ceremony.

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Burna Boy was ranked 6th on the list, and the magazine stated that his performance demonstrated that he truly belonged to the top, in line with the title of his song 'Sittin on Top of the World.'

Billboard rates Burna Boy's Grammy performance.
Billboard rates Burna Boy's Grammy performance. Photo credit @burnaboygram
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The magazine praised her for providing a commendable performance, marking her successful return to the music world.

Mitchell's raw voice and the setting she chose for her performance were praised by the media company.

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In the review, Billboard noted that the awards were unpredictable as many didn't know what they would take home until their names were announced.

The media company also stated that the show never had a dull moment.

Recall that Burna Boy trended online for his performance at the Grammy. He took the razzmatazz of the Nigerian culture to the stage and wowed the audience.

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Earlier, Legit.ng reported that the CEO of the Recording Academy, Harvey Mason, detailed what to watch out for to win the Grammy.

During an interview, he noted five major vital points for artistes aiming to clnch the award.

Mason revealed artistes must be registered music brand in the United States before they can win any of the Grammy awards.

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