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Ghanaian Artists Miss Out on 66th Grammy Nominations, While Nigerian Talents Shine

The 66th Grammy Awards nominations have been revealed, and it’s a moment of celebration and disappointment for the global music community. While some African artists have secured nominations, Ghanaian musicians such as Stonebwoy, Rocky Dawuni, Amaarae, MOG Music, and Juls did not make the cut.

Ghanaian artists had submitted their exceptional works for consideration, hoping to earn a spot among the world’s musical elite. However, this year’s nominations did not include their names, highlighting the competitive nature of the Grammy Awards.

In the category for Best African Music Performance, the spotlight is on Nigerian talents, with Burna Boy, Davido, Asake, Olamide, Ayra Starr, and South Africa’s Tyla earning nominations. This recognition showcases the rich and diverse musical landscape of the African continent and emphasizes the global impact of African artists.

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Notably, Burna Boy has further solidified his international presence with a nomination in the Best Melodic Rap Performance category for his song “Sittin on Top of the World,” featuring 21 Savage. This underlines the continued recognition of African excellence on the global stage.

Despite the absence of Ghanaian nominees, African artists are making their mark at the 66th Grammy Awards, demonstrating the continent’s growing influence on the international music scene. The nominations reflect the diversity and talent that Africa has to offer, and fans around the world will eagerly await the results of the awards ceremony.

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