Burna Boy has eventually disclosed how he felt when Angelique Kidjo was announced the winner of Ideal Environment Songs Album category at the 2020 Grammys.
In an conversation with his fans on Twitter, 1 questioned Ye’ hitmaker, “how did you truly feel losing the Grammy?”
“Sick. Entirely sick,” Burna Boy, who was in the category with his album ‘The African Giant’, answered.
Even so, according to him Angelique Kidjo – the six-time Grammy winner – discussed to him the ins and outs of the extremely anticipated award occasion.
“My musical Mother @angeliquekidjo told me anything I needed to realize about the Grammys,” he included.
With that tips in brain, the Grammy-nominated act is doing work on creating his subsequent album “Twice as Tall”.
Burna Boy additional that the album would be introduced in July 2020.
Unwell. Completely unwell. But my musical Mom @angeliquekidjo told me all the things I required to fully grasp about the Grammys. So now I’m “Twice as Tall” (that is the name of my subsequent Album by the way dropping in July by the grace of the most Substantial) https://t.co/JKExPQMROe
— Burna Boy (@burnaboy) March 31, 2020
Angélique Kidjo won Greatest Earth Audio Album for Celia at the 62nd GRAMMY Awards. This marks her fourth acquire in the class and fourth GRAMMY earn total.
Kidjo defeat out fellow nominees Altin Gün (Gece), Bokanté & Metropole Orkest Carried out By Jules Buckley (What Warmth), Burna Boy (African Giant) and Nathalie Joachim With Spektral Quartet (Fanm D’Ayiti).
In the course of her acceptance speech, Kidjo celebrated a new era of African artistes coming up to depict the continent though thanking luminaries who arrived in advance of her for their contributions to globe songs, including Celia Cruz.
“Four a long time in the past on this stage, I was telling you that the new generation of artistes coming from Africa gonna take you by storm and the time has arrive,” Kidjo explained.