Grammy Award: Tems Receives Her Award Plaque

Nigerian singer, Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems, has finally received her well-deserved Grammy award plaque after winning the prestigious Grammy award for Best Melodica Rap Performance at the 65th Grammys. This achievement not only solidifies her place in the music industry but also makes her the first female Nigerian artist to receive this honor.

Tems’ journey to the Grammy stage began with her captivating collaboration on the song ‘Wait For U,’ alongside renowned artists Future and Drake. The 65th Grammys, held on February 6, 2023, witnessed Tems claiming the award, placing her name in the annals of Nigerian music history. The excitement surrounding her achievement was shared by her manager, Muyiwa Awoniyi, who took to social media to announce the arrival of the Grammy award plaque. In a display of pride, he showcased the plaque without a caption, allowing the accomplishment to speak for itself.

Tems’ Grammy win not only marks her as the first female Nigerian artist to receive the prestigious award but also highlights her groundbreaking contributions to the global music scene. The previous year, she secured a Grammy nomination in the Best Global Performance category for her collaboration with Wizkid on the hit song ‘Essence although she missed out on the award.

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Tems’ soulful and distinctive voice has resonated with music lovers worldwide giving her admiration from fans and fellow artists alike. Her Grammy recognition cements her status as a rising star and opens doors to new opportunities and collaborations. As she basks in the glory of her triumph, anticipation grows for what she has in store for her fans in the future.

Tems has become a role model for young musicians, encouraging them to pursue their dreams fearlessly and reminding them that their voices deserve to be heard.

Chidalu Glory

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