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Burna Boy Gets Back To Back Grammy’s Nominations 2 Years In A Row

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Burna Boy in all actuality, shape and form keeps solidifying his claims as one of Africa’s greatest musicians and the world by large.

Like his last nod for the Grammy Awards, he is nominated for Best Global Album (previously “Best World Album”) for his 2020’s “Twice As Tall” album and just like the last time, he is being tipped to snatch the award and bring it home this time around.

Another Nigerian, making fans happy is Wizkid for his joint nomination with Beyoncé and SAINt JHN for Best Music Video of “Black Skin Girl”.

The 2021 Grammy Awards, 63rd of its kind will hold on January 31, 2021 and will be hosted by African-American TV personality, Trevor Noah.

The most nominated artist for next year’s Grammy’s is Beyoncé with Taylor Swift, Roddy Ricch and Dua Lipa getting 6 nominations each. Major upset of the year sees The Weeknd receiving zero accolades or recognition for the 63rd Grammy’s.

Beyoncé and Taylor Swift are major contenders for the most coveted Song of the Year and Album of the Year for “Black Parade” and “Folklore” album respectively.

Megan Thee Stallion flourishing year in Hip-Hop continues as she bags 4 nominations for Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Best Rap Song and Best Rap/Sung Performance off of her single – “Savage”.

You can catch the full list at grammy.com

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Peruzzi releases 2-sided album—“Rum & Boogie”

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DMW’s Peruzzi puts out his second LP—Rum & Boogie—a tale of love stories, compiling – the emotional, the trauma, flirtatious, infatuation and the happy aspect of love and being in a relationship.

Rum & Boogie is a double-disc or 2-sided album, (1) Rum—composed of the “whole ups and downs” of being in love, “the emotional stuff” (said by Peruzzi to Apple Music), and the deep rooted feelings of wanting love and the urge you get to needing it to be reciprocated to you by that special one while (2) Boogie consit of the happy feelings and joy that love encompasses, also on the Boogie part, Peruzzi fills it with bangers and party raving jams which is for sure aimed at making the listeners gyrate to his chunes.

On his second studio album, Peruzzi explores various genres including R&B/Soul, Pop, Afrobeat, Juju amongst others while sharing the rum with Davido, Tiwa Savage, Wande Coal, Don Jazzy, Phyno, Boylexxy, Patoranking and Fireboy DML.

Many producers worked with Peruzzi for his Rum & Boogie, Lussh and Speroachbeatz being the most sought after, producing a combined 10 tracks together (but individually) out of the 20 tracks on the album.

You can stream Rum & Boogie on Apple Music:

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Blaqbonez shines alongside Buju and Amaarae on “Bling”

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Blaqbonez is already in album mode for his sophomore studio album—“Sex > Love”—(pronounced as sex over love), prompting him to release the third single off of the album, titled – Bling featuring Ghanaian low-tempo vocal goddess, Amaarae and Nigerian raving talent and one of the most featured artistes right now, Buju.

On Bling, Blaqbonez continues the Reggae/Dancehall signing theme he started on “Haba”, sticking to the script on the subject matter regarding the album, how he is not really interested in the love shone to him by the girls around him because they are only infatuated by what he can offer and obviously because he shines bright, i.e “bling bling bling bling”.

Amaarae and Buju as usual added their various spice, releasing sexual tensions via subtle to medium pitched voice to make for a sweet cohesion of sound, riding the mid-tempo Type A produced instrumental like a sport car.

Listen, stream and download to Blaqbonez’s Bling

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Cheque and Fireboy DML create “History” on new track

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Cheque and Fireboy DML bring the best of both world in Hip-Hop/Rap and R&B to create History on new track. Cheque aka Superboy Cheque and Fireboy trade verses and take turns in singing the chorus to create for a nice fussion of sound and make for a well sung single.

History has Cheque and Fireboy DML showing their unrelenting determination to make a name for themselves, a lasting one at that, in the music industry to which they cap it in nice style through the chorus when they bodly affirm: “Me and you we got history / When I’m gone, you gon’ miss me”.

Cheque and Fireboy also made sure to fix their eyes on the prize, i.e in their words, “sey na only money dey my mind” on their journey to creating history.

Cheque and Fireboy have been tipped by fans to be the next legendary unofficial duo like Phyno and Olamide, considering they are both signed to Phyno’s Penthauze and Olamide’s YBNL label respectively and judging by the reception of History, they both have made a solid impression to the above notion. History is produced by Andyr.

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