Davido congratulates Tyla after her historic Grammy Wins
Davido gives Tyla congrats on her historic Grammy victory.
Tyla receives congratulations from Davido following her historic victory at the 66th Grammy Awards.
One of the first musicians to congratulate South African singer Tyla on making history as the first winner of the African Music Performance category was Nigerian megastar Davido.
Moreover Tyla defeated rivals Davido, Burna Boy, Asake & Olamide, and Ayra Starr from Nigeria to win the Best African Music Performance prize for her song “Water” at the 66th Grammy Awards, which took place in Los Angeles on February 4, 2024.
Furthermore Davido congratulated the South African artist on having the most commercially successful song in the genre, “Water,” which peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, on his X page.
Following the failure of his hit song “Unavailable,” featuring Musa Keys, to win the category, Davido stated on Twitter, “Congratulations on your win @Tyllaaaaaaa! Big One for Africa! Keep soaring.”
However the Nigerian contingent didn’t have a good night as Burna Boy lost all four of his nominations and Davido lost all three of his, leaving no Nigerian winner out of ten nominees.
South African musician Tyla has received sincere congratulations from Nigerian music sensation Davido for her incredible accomplishment of winning the first-ever Grammy Award for Best African Music Performance.
Soon after the announcement, Davido acknowledged the importance of Tyla’s success for the African music community and thanked her for her well-deserved victory in a kind remark made on his X account.
“@Tyllaaaaaaa, congratulations on your victory! Huge Victory for Africa! Continue to soar! ,” Davido wrote in his post.
Heavyweight competitors in the Afrobeats field, including as Davido, Burna Boy, Asake, Olamide, Ayra Starr, and fellow South African Musa Keys, who worked with Davido on the song “Unavailable,” put up a fierce fight against Tyla.