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Top 5 Reasons Wizkid Loses His Two Grammy Nominations At The 64th Grammys
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Reasons Wizkid Loses His Two Grammy Nominations At The 64th Grammys

Reasons Wizkid Loses His Two Grammy Nominations At The 64th Grammys.

It is a sad day for Wizkid FC as their fave just lost his Two Grammy Nominations.

Recall that Wizkid was nominated alongside fellow Nigerians– Femi Kuti, Burna Boy and Tems for Best Global Music Performance at The 2022 Grammys. Also nominated in that same category was Beninese legend, Angelique Kidjo.

The Nigerian Afrobeat Star Wizkid also has his ‘Made In Lagos’ album nominated for Best Global Music Album at The 2022 Grammys, alongside Femi Kuti and Made Kuti’s Legacy +, Angelique Kidjo’s Mother Nature and Rocky Dawumi’s Voice of Bunbon Volume.

Sadly for Wizkid, he lost the Best Global Music Performance to Arooj Aftab and the Best Global Music Album to Angelique Kidjo. Angelique’s victory will earn Burna Boy’s his Second Grammy having contributed to her Mother Nature album.

Made In Lagos superstar, Wizkid lost both nominations at the 2022 Grammy awards.

Wizkid was nominated in the Best Global Music Performance category, recognizing new vocal or instrumental Global music recordings.

He also received a second nomination in the Best Global Music Album category for albums containing at least 51% playing time of new vocal or instrumental Global Music recordings.

However, the singer lost both nominations as the Best Global Music Performance award was won by Arooj Aftab, Mohabbat, while Angelique Kidjo, Mother Nature, won the Best Global Music Album category.

His loss comes as a surprise to many who had predicted a double win for the singer in both categories. 

The 64th Grammy Awards is being held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas today, Sunday, April 3.

 

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