- American singer-songwriter, Taylor Swift, has bagged 28 awards at the just concluded American Music Awards
- Swift was honoured as artist of the decade and also beat Michael Jackson's record as the artist with the highest number of wins.
- Jackson who was the record holder had a total of 24 all-time wins
American singer-songwriter, Taylor Swift, has made history after bagging a total of 28 all-time wins at the American Music Awards.
Swift who is only 29 beats legendary pop singer Michael Jackson's record who in his time, had a total of 24 wins. The award ceremony which aired live from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, USA, featured a grand performance from Swift who was joined on stage by Halsey and Camila Cabello.
Swift was honoured as the Artist of the Decade and in addition, the singer-songwriter took home the awards for Favorite Album — Pop/Rock, Favorite Music Video, Favorite Female Artist — Pop/Rock, Favorite Artist — Adult Contemporary and Artist of the Year, making her the artist with the most AMAs of all time, with 28 total wins.
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian music star Damini Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy recently bagged two awards at the 2019 edition of the prestigious Future Awards ceremony, which held on Sunday, November 24, at the Balmoral Hall of the Federal Palace Hotel in Victoria Island, Lagos.
The self-acclaimed African Giant emerged as the winner of the Prize for Music category, which had other nominees like Teniola Apata, Folarin Falana aka Falz, John Ighodalo aka Johnny Drille and Sadiq Onifade aka Wurld.