Anatii wins Soul Train Award for his contribution to Beyoncé's album

Anatii wins Soul Train Award for his contribution to Beyoncé's album

- Local singer and songwriter, Anatii, had a role to play in Beyoncé's Brown Skin Girl album and he worked hard on it

- The effort Anatii put in has paid off and he was given a Soul Train Award for his contribution

- Anatii is one of only 2 African winners at the Soul Train Music Awards, the other being Wizkid

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Anatii Mnyango is the kind of man to work in silence and let his achievements speak for his talent and skill.

In doing so, he is proving to everyone that he has what it takes, which is why the nomination for his first-ever solo album, Iyeza, in the category of Best African Adult Contemporary Album at the SAMAs came as no surprise.

Now, the singer and songwriter can also boast with a Soul Train Award for his contribution to Beyoncé's Brown Skin Girl album.

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According to SAHipHopMag, Anatii became a very important part of the album's creation and it got noticed.

Anatii and Ayodeji Balogun, better known as WizKid, are the only Africans listed as winners at the event that took place in Las Vegas on 17 November.

Briefly.co.za learnt that the Soul Train Music Awards is an annual award show that previously aired in national television syndication, and it honours the best in black music and entertainment.

Congratulations to Anatii for making his country proud!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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