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Tems becomes first Nigerian female singer to win Grammy (FULL WINNERS LIST))
Tems' Grammy win is no doubt one of the hallmarks of her five-year music career.
Nigerian artist, Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems, has bagged another international award at the 2023 Grammy awards.
The 65th grammy award which was held on Sunday at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles saw the flock of most of the greatest artistes in the world in attendance.
The 27-year-old artiste won her first grammy for her part in Future’s hit single ‘Wait For U’ under the award category for ‘Best Melodic Rap performance’.
Tems’ is also the first non-mixed Nigerian female musician to win the prestigious award.
Sade Adu, who won the Grammy for ‘Best new artist’ in 1986, and Cynthia Erivo, who bagged ‘Best theatre Album’ in 2017, were British Nigerians
The Afrobeats singer has added this to her list of accomplishments following her Africa Future awards win and her Oscar nomination.
Burna loses outAfrobeat artiste 5‘Burna boy’ lost his nominations in both categories. The African giant was beaten by Japan’s Masa Takumi to win the best Global Album category and South African’s Zake Bantwini, Wouter Kellerman and Nomcebo Zikode to win the Best Global music performance category.