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Burna Boy wins Grammy for Best Global Music Album 2021
Burna Boy wins Grammy for Best Global Music Album 2021

Burna Boy has broken a record as the first indigenous Afro-pop artist to win The Grammy after his album, “Twice As Tall” won the best Global Music Album at the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, March 14, 2021.

The album features a wide range of international artists such as Stormzy, Youssou Ndour, , and Chris Martin of Coldplay, and had Sean Combs as executive producer.

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Burna Boy was nominated in the same category in 2019 – then known as Best World Music Album – but lost out to Angelique Kidjo at the awards ceremony in 2020.

However, Kidjo dedicated her win to him, saying:

“Burna Boy is among those young artists that come from Africa that is changing the way our continent is perceived and the way that African music is the bedrock of all music.”

Born in Nigeria’s Port Harcourt, Burna Boy released his first album, LIFE, an acronym for Leaving an Impact For Eternity, in 2013.

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That album was followed by the release of Redemption in 2015 and Outside in 2018 that included the international hit track, Ye.

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