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Burna Boy Nominated International Male Sol Artist For 2021 BRIT Awards

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Nigerian Grammy-award-winning singer, Damini Ogulu, popularly known as Burna Boy, has been nominated for International Male Solo Artist category of the 41st edition of the BRITs Awards.


BRIT Awards, simply called, ‘The BRITs,’ is the British Phonographic Industry’s annual popular music awards.

Organisers of BRITs awards took to its instagram handle @brits to announce the nominees of the 2021 edition. “The nominees for #BRITs 2021 International Male Solo Artist are, @springsteen, @burnaboygram, @childishgambino, @tameimpala and @theweeknd”, organisers wrote.


The renowned “Way Too Big” singer was nominated along with American singer and rapper, Donald Glover, veteran music icon Bruce Springsteen, record producer Tame Impala and Canadian singer.


In 2020, Burna was nominated alongside veteran American icon Bruce Springsteen, Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy, American singer and rapper, Post Malone and American rapper Tyler, the Creator in the same category, but he award to Tyler, ‘The Creator’.


Nigerian artiste,29-year-old Burna Boy, who was nominated for the second consecutive year, won the Best Global Music Album category with his

‘Twice As Tall’ album, as he defeated four other nominees. The 63rd edition of the Grammy Awards, which was held in Los Angeles, USA, is often described as “music’s biggest night”. 


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