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Grammy Awards: Okowa’s helper, Ossai greets Burna boy

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the Special assistant in special tasks Media The Governor of Delta State, Mr. Ossai Ovie Success has congratulated Nigerian artist Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, for his Grammy Award nomination two years in a row.

Ossai in a congratulatory message described Burna Child nomination for good music award in Nigeria.

“I am a fan of good music and listening to Burna Boy songs over the years, I can rightly say that he is a musician with lyrical creativity.

“As a Nigerian, your Grammy nomination brings me joy.

“The Burna boy is my brother from the south south but I don’t praise him because he is from the south south, I am celebrating him for giving us good songs.

His latest album ‘Twice as Tall’ is full of inspiration and not absurd.

“The album talks about the reality and positivity of life. I celebrate it for making us proud with good music.

“It’s mine prayer for God to help him bring the Start of the Grammy Award “

Remember that the The ‘Wonderful’ singer, Burna Boy, was nominated in the category of Best Global Music of the 62 Grammys with his album African Giant, which he lost to Angelique Kidjo, a Beninese singer and songwriter, who had won four Grammy Awards.

According to the list released by the Grammy awards organizers, Burna Boy’s new album is currently nominated in the Best Global Music category along with the albums FU CHRONICLES by Antibalas, AGORA by Bebel Gilberto, LOVE LETTERS by Anoushka Shankar and AMADJAR by Tinariwen.

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