Why I Deserve 20 Grammys – Davido

Grammy-nominated Superstar Nigerian singer, David Adeleke, professionally known as Davido, has asserted that he deserves to have won the award in the past.

Africa Today News, New York recalls that the singer, who was previously snubbed by the Recording Academy, grabbed three nominations at the 66th Grammys which was announced last year.

Speaking ahead of the 66th Grammy Awards ceremony in a recent interview with France 24, Davido said he deserves to have won 20 Grammys by now.

Davido said, “Shutout to the Recording Academy. This is my first nomination ever. So it’s crazy to get three at once.

“We worked really hard on this album [‘Timeless’]. I was just really patient. So, if you ask me if I deserve Grammys in the past, I already need 20 Grammys. But, like I said, God’s timing is the best. We will see what happens.”

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Africa Today News, New York reports that the 66th Grammy Awards will be held on Sunday, February 4, 2024, in Los Angeles.

Davido’s album ‘Timeless’ is nominated in the Best Global Music Album category, while ‘Feel’ and ‘Unavailable’ are nominated in the Best Global Music Performance and Best African Music Performance categories, respectively.

In a related development, Nigerian Afrobeat singer Oyinkansola Sarah Aderibigbe, popularly known as Ayra Starr, has shared her excitement and preparation ahead of the 2024 Grammy Awards ceremony

In an interview with Cool FM Lagos, Ayra Starr expressed her excitement for the 66th Grammy Awards, where her hit track ‘Rush’ is nominated for Best African Song Performance.

The artist stated that she had carefully planned every part of her participation in the coveted event from her attire, walk, down to her acceptance speech.

When asked by OAP Dotun about her readiness, Ayra Starr claimed that she is completely ready for the Grammy Awards ceremony.

She reaffirmed her dedication to the event, where she is a first-time nominee with Nigerian music giants Davido, Asake and Olamide, and South Africa’s Tyla, with Grammy-winner Burna Boy rounding out the elite category.

When asked what she planned to do after winning the Grammy, Ayra Starr joked that she would go to her favorite Chinese restaurant and eat.

The singer stated that after this, she plans to video call her mother to convey the good news.

Africa Today News, New York

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