Burna Boy Sets Record As First Ever Afrobeats Act To Perform At Grammys

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Burna Boy, a prominent Nigerian musician, performs at the 2024 Grammy Awards alongside Brandy and 21 Savage in the first-ever Afrobeats performance.

It’s worth noting that the 66th Grammy Awards were held at Crypto.Com in Los Angeles and attended by celebrities from all around the world.

With his hit song “Sittin on Top of the World,” Burna Boy stole the show. American singer Brandy and rapper 21 Savage then joined him for a thrilling performance.

This has made history and brought Afrobeats to the forefront of the global music industry, greatly influencing Nigerian and African music in general.

Burna Boy lost all four of his Grammy nominations in 2024, but he made history as the first Afro-beat performer to play on the Grammys stage, marking a watershed moment in his professional career.

21 Savage, Brandy To Join Burna Boy For Grammys Performance

Burna Boy is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and record producer whose full name is Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu MFR. Afrobeats became widely popular because to him and Davido, who are recognized as the “King of Afrofusion.”


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