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Eight African musicians have received nominations for the 2022 Grammy Awards

Eight African performers have gotten designations for the 2022 Grammy Awards which is relied upon to occur in Los Angeles on Sunday, April 3.

The specialists incorporate Wizkid, Burna Boy, Tems, Femi Kuti, Made Kuti, Angélique Kidjo, Rocky Dawuni and Black Coffee. Nigeria’s Afrobeat star Wizkid was nominated in the best global music album with his Made in Lagos(Deluxe). In this category, he competes with Ghanaian Reggae star Rocky Dawuni with his album Voice of Bunbon’ Vol.1.

Also in this category are Beninese singer and songwriter, Angélique Kidjo with her ‘Mother Nature’ album. Angélique Kidjo appears as one of the Recording Academy’s favourite candidates, seeing how often she frequents the Grammy nominations list.

In the same category are Femi Kuti and Made Kuti with ‘Legacy +’

Wizkid has again bagged another nomination in the category of Best Global music performance with his son Essence ft Terms. He competes with Burna Boy who secured a spot in this category for his collaboration with Angelique Kidjo. Femi Kuti’s ‘Pa Pa Pa’ also made it in this category.

Scnsly by Black Coffee also got a nod for the best dance album.

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