- Burna Boy has finally won a Grammy Award with his album Twice as Tall, beating four others to it
- In his acceptance speech, the Anybody crooner said that his win should be a lesson to anyone out there looking to make it big
- Many of his fans are all over social media basking in the joy of the new feat
Burna Boy has won Grammy for his Twice as Tall album in the Best Global Music Album Category.
It should be noted that this is the second time the Anybody crooner took making a shot at a Grammy.
Other albums that competed for the same category are:
- FU Chronicles by Antibalas
- Agora by Bebel Gilberto
- Love Letters by Anoushka Shankar
- Amadjar by Tinariwen
Watch his acceptance speech below:
His fans were all over social media to react to the news of the big win. Briefly.co.za compiled some of their reactions below:
"Burna Boy telling you if you fail the first time, try again. Lost out with 'African Giant', but he's hit the target with 'Twice As Tall'."
"AFRICAN GIANT Stamped and Sealed!!!! Dude is now legit TWICE AS TALL!! Congrats King Burna Boy!"
"Now I understand why Burna Dey call himself African Giant, Odogwu, Twice As Tall... All the names fit am true true."
"No Album - I repeat - No album outta Naija last year is touching Twice as Tall. It's not even close. The quality of songs on that album is just on another level. Big win!"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a white young man has amazed many users on Twitter as he showed a lot of gbese moves to Burna Boy's Anybody song mixed with some club instrumentals.
Sharing the video on Twitter, the brilliant dancer said that it has been quite some time since he had some legwork sessions.
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that top Nigerian singer Burna Boy seems to have gathered more fans to his side going by reactions on social media. The music star remixed the popular Jerusalema track by South African artiste, Master KG.
The song, which was already a fan favourite seems to have become more loved because of Burna Boy’s remix.
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Source: Briefly News