Singer Eddy Kenzo has got another huge career boost — a Grammy Awards nomination. This follows the unveiling of the 65th Grammy Awards nomination list on Tuesday, November 15, by the Recording Academy.
The annual Grammy Awards, first presented in 1959, recognise the global music industry’s outstanding contributors.
The nominations for the 65th annual Grammy awards were announced on Tuesday 15th November 2022 ahead of the ceremony that will take place on 5th February 2023 at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
Several artists, albums, and songs are up for voting as Beyonce received the most nominations this time with nine nods for her Renaissance.
Kenzo is set to battle it out for the award with other equally exceptional talents in the Best Global Music Performance category – Nigeria’s Burnaboy, South Africa’s Nomcebo Zikode, Arooj Aftab, Matt B, Anoushka Shankar, Rocky Dawuni and Black Hero, Wouter Kellerman, and Zakes Batwini.
Upon receiving the news, Kenzo thanked God for the achievement saying, “Isn’t God so good banange, Uganda is in the Grammys.”