The 66th Grammy Awards on Sunday, February 4, 2024, witnessed South African sensation Tyla clinching the inaugural Best African Music Performance award, outshining heavyweights like Davido, Burna Boy, Asake, Olamide, and Ayra Starr in this thrilling new category. Tyla's victory at the Grammys not only brings glory to South Africa but also etches a remarkable chapter in the annals of African music.
Emerging triumphant as the first-ever winner in this groundbreaking category, Tyla firmly establishes herself as a pioneer and genuine musical luminary. Her chart-topping track, 'Water,' faced stiff competition from Nigerian powerhouses such as Davido's UNAVAILABLE, Asake's AMAPIANO, Burna Boy's CITY BOYS, and Ayra Starr's RUSH.
At just 22 years old, Tyla's Grammy win adds an illustrious accolade to her burgeoning career. The award ceremony, held at the Peacock Theatre in Los Angeles during the Grammy Award Premiere Ceremony, marks a historic moment for Tyla and the entire African music community.
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