Burna Boy makes history, becomes first Afro beats singer to perform on Grammys stage

Burna Boy makes history, becomes first Afro beats singer to perform on Grammys stage

Despite losing all four nominations, Grammy winning artist, Damini Ogulu aka Burna Boy shone bright at the 66th Grammys, making history as the first N

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Despite losing all four nominations, Grammy winning artist, Damini Ogulu aka Burna Boy shone bright at the 66th Grammys, making history as the first Nigerian and Afrobeats artiste to perform live on the award mainstage.

The crooner performed a medley of songs from his latest album, I Told Them to a hyped audience at the Crypto.com Arena, Los Angeles.

He was later joined on stage by legendary singer, Brandy Rayana Norwood and rapper, Shéyaa Bin Abraham-Joseph aka 21 Savage.

Burna Boy has previously performed at the Grammy Award Premiere Ceremony in 2021 when he won his first and only Grammy.

He also became the first Nigerian singer to be featured on the Grammy Awards cover along with other international singers featured on the official cover of the Grammy Awards

Before the performance, Burna Boy lost the Best Global Music Performance award to Pashto by Bela Fleck, Edgar Meyer and Zakir Hussain; Best Global Music Album to Shakti’s This Moment; Best Melodic Rap Performance to Lil Durk’s All My Life and Best African Music Performance to Tyla’s Water.