– Nigerian singer Niniola has taken to social media to share photos of her Grammy certificates with her fans and followers
– The certificates were given to her in recognition of her contribution on international singer Beyonce’s body of work
– The singer seemed proud of herself and how far her talent has taken her in the Nigerian music industry and beyond
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Congratulations are pouring in for singer Niniola as the Maradona crooner took to her Instagram page to reminisce on the journey that made her a Grammy certificate holder.
Niniola shared photos of her Grammy certificates online and then shared how she got them.
According to her, the first one was in 2019 and it was for her participation as a composer on Beyonce’s album The Lion King:The Gift. The album was nominated in the Best Pop Vocal Album category.
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The second certificate was also from her contribution on Beyonce’s musical film called Black Is King. The film was later nominated in 2020 Best Music Film category.
Check out the photo below:
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Niniola’s fans took to her comment section to hail her.
“Finally! More laurels fav.”
Seun Kuti rants about Grammy nominations
Niniola’s Grammy certificates may have come through her feature in Beyonce’s songs, but the Nigerian singer is grateful for her journey so far.
. earlier reported that Fela’s youngest son Seun stated that his brother Femi, juju singer Sunny Ade and Burna Boy are the Nigerians who have been nominated for the renowned Grammy award.
Seun stated that featuring on a Grammy award-winning song does not make the person a nominee.
As expected, not many Nigerians were happy with what Seun said as they noted that he was shading Wizkid. A follower even asked if his legendary father won the award.