Tems made her fans happy the day before the Grammys by dining with power couple Beyonce and Jay-Z.
One of the invited guests at the Roc Nation pre-Grammy Brunch was the singer of “Try Me.” Many record labels held a pre-Grammy party before the Grammys to celebrate the award ceremony.
Temilade Openiyi, better known by her stage name Tems, is currently on the rise and just won her first Grammy.
Tens has defeated Tiwa [email protected], Yemi Alade, and other Nigerian female singers to win the special award with her most recent accomplishment.
The singer was given the prestigious award at the 65th Grammy Awards ceremony, which took place last night, February 5, 2023, at Los Angeles' Crypto.com Arena.
She won the prize for her appearance on Future, an American rapper, and Drake's song “Wait for U.”
Sade Adu, a British singer of Nigerian descent, has won four Grammys. Tems, however, holds the distinction of being the first Nigerian female artist to win the award because she refuses to identify as a Nigerian even when asked about her nationality.
Tems had a big night, but Burna Boy had a bad night, losing two Grammy awards.
Burna Boy still holds a Grammy for Best Global Music Album from 2021, despite his loss. He won the prestigious award thanks to his album “Twice As Tall.”
Both the “Best Global Music Album” and the “Best Global Music Performance” categories saw the singer nominated.