- Olamide, Asake get first-ever Grammy nominations
- They are the first Nigerian artists to be nominated in the Best African Music Performance category
Olamide, Asake Bag First Grammy Nominations
Popular artists, Olamide and Asake receive their first-ever Grammy nominations for their collaboration 'Amapiano' in the category of Best African Music Performance
Popular Nigerian artists Olamide and Asake have received their first-ever Grammy nominations for their collaboration ‘Amapiano‘ in the category of Best African Music Performance, making them the first African rapper and first Nigerian artist to be nominated in the category, respectively.
Olamide received the nomination for his collaboration with Asake on the song ‘Amapiano’ while Asake, who has only been in the industry for two years, got the nomination for his solo song ‘Sungba‘.
The nominations are a huge feat for both artists and proof of their hard work and commitment. They are also an indication that African music is gaining global recognition.
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Olamide has been a trailblazer in the Nigerian music industry for over a decade. He is known for his catchy songs and ability to mix different genres of music, including Afrobeat, hip-hop, and pop. He is also known for his collaborations with other prominent artists like Wizkid, Burna Boy, and Davido.
Asake is a rising star in the Nigerian music industry. He is known for his unusual blend of afrobeat and Amapiano. He has also released many hit songs, such as ‘Sungba’, ‘Omo Ope’ and ‘Palazzo’ since his debut two years ago.
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