Burna boy loses all three (3) Nominations at the 66th Grammy Awards.

Burna boy loses all three (3) Nominations at the 66th Grammy Awards.

In addition Burna Boy’s four nominations for the 66th Grammy Awards are all lost.

At the Grammy Awards, Burna Boy’s three nominations go unclaimed.

With nominations for Best African Music Performance, Best Global Music Performance, Best Global Album Performance, and Best Melodic Rap Performance, Burna Boy was vying for his second Grammy.

Sadly, none of the three nominations received by the Nigerian superstar were successful. However Burna Boy lost to Tyla’s “Water” in the Best African Music category, to Edgar Meyer & Zakir Hussain Featuring Rakesh Chaurasia’s “Pashto” in the Best Global Music Performance category, to Shakti’s “The Moment” in the Best Global Album category, and to Lil Durk’s “All My Life” featuring J Cole in the Best Melodic Rap Performance category.

Furthermore just a few weeks after receiving nominations for four Grammy Awards, Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, better known under his stage as Burna Boy, lost all four of his nominations.

However the one-time Grammy Award winner was a nominee for Best Melodic Rap Performance (“Sittin’ On Top Of The World”), Best Global Music Performance (“Alone”), Best African Music Performance (“City Boys”), and Best Global Music Album (“I Told Them…”).

However, he did not receive any of the nominations at today’s 66th Grammy Awards presentation in Los Angeles.

The artist was nominated many times, but he did not win any of the awards at the 66th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.

“City Boys” (Best African Music Performance), “Alone” (Best Global Music Performance), and “I Told Them” (Best Global Music Album).

At the 2024 Grammy Awards, South African artist Tyla beats over Davido, Asake, Ayra Starr, Olamide, and Burna Boy to win Best African Performance.

“All My Life” by Lil Durk & J is the winner of Best Melodic Rap Performance. Cole

“This Moment” – Shakti received Best Global Album.

Pashto was the winning song for “Best Global Music Performance.”

Source: africanworldentertainment.com

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