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Burna Boy Becomes First Nigerian Artiste To Win An Edison Award
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Burna Boy Becomes First Nigerian Artiste To Win An Edison Award—Burna Boy, a two-time Grammy nominee, made history by being the first Nigerian to receive an Edison Award.

The artist, who was just nominated for his second Grammy Prize in 2021, earned the 'Best World Album' award at the recently completed 2020 Edison Awards. He is the first Nigerian and the third African to win the award, following Youssou N'Dour in 1994 and Angélique Kidjo in 2018.

According to Michelle Kuypers, who presented a Jury report on how Burna Boy combated corruption and other societal evils, and why his idea deserves the Edison Award.

Here’s what was said;

Burna Boy – African Giant (Atlantic Recording Corporation / Warner Music Group)

Nigerian Burna Boy is a sensation in world and pop music. His music is unmistakably African, but fits seamlessly into today’s pop music culture. African Giant contains a challenging mix of Rap, RnB, Reggae and African pop music and reminds at times of the also Nigerian great Fela Kuti.

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The latter is not surprising. His grandfather was Kuti’s manager. From an early age, Burna Boy was a musical omnivore. Through his father he heard dancehall and American RnB at school. From Nigeria he moved to London. This diversity of influences can be heard on the album African Giant, with guest appearances by many greats from the various music styles from which he draws. Each time Burna Boy knows how to bring these together skillfully, on various African grooves, into a coherent whole.

The album includes guest appearances by Angélique Kidjo in duet with Damian Marley, the English young soul star Jorja Smith, the American YG and Future. Linguistically this album is also a mix, with guest appearances in English, while Burna Boy himself mainly sings in Pidgin, Yoruba and Igbo on this album. Despite the fact that it is a wonderfully groovy album, the themes addressed are deep. That also fits in the tradition of Kuti: Burna tackles corruption and other abuses in society.

Michelle Kuypers


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