Ayodeji Balogun aka Wizkid has achieved a musical milestone which can never go unnoticed for years to come.
Jada Pollock, his manager and mother of his son, Zion has celebrated him on the big win.
The Nigerian singer on Sunday, March 14, bagged his first-ever Grammy win for his role in ‘Brown Skin Girl’, a 2019 song by American pop singer, Beyonce.
‘Brown Skin Girl’, a track off Beyonce’s ‘The Lion King: The Gift,‘ was nominated for the category alongside ‘Life Is Good’, a song by Future featuring Drake, ‘Lockdown’ by Anderson Park, ‘Adore You’ by Harry Styles, and ‘Goliath’ by Woodkid.
He is now the most awarded African artist with 3 BET Awards, 4 MOBO Awards, 2 Soul Train Awards, 1 ASCAP Award, 3 Billboard Music Awards, 2 iHeart Radio Awards, 1 Echo Award, 1 NAACP Award, 1 Teen Choice Award, 1 MTV EMA.
Reacting to his historic win, Jada Pollock tweeted; ”.@wizkidayo Thank You for all you do! You’re artistry is touching so many! StarBoy 2 da world“
See her post below: