South African singer, Tyla breaks silence as she wins Best African Music Performance at the Grammys, flaunts her award (Video)

South African singer and singer and songwriter Tyla Laura Seethal, popularly known as Tyla has broken her silence as she wins the category Best African Music Performance at the Grammys.

The South African starlet’s ‘Water’ came ahead of Asake & Olamide’s ‘Amapiano’; Burna Boy’s ‘City Boys’; Davido Featuring Musa Keys “Unavailable”; and Ayra Starr’s “Rush”.

Recall that the Grammy Award was held yesterday night, February 4th 2024 at the Peacock Theatre in Los Angeles United States and by extension, the “Best African Music Performance” is an all-new category created for Africans.

The singer was taken aback upon winning the trophy which was awarded by Jimmy Jam during the awards Premiere Ceremony.

“What the heck?!” she declared once on stage. “This is crazy, I never thought I’d say I won a GRAMMY at 22 years old.”

“I know my mother’s crying somewhere in here.”

In an interview with Grammy.com, he said: “I’d love to see us be able to honor even more music from Africa and other areas of the world. The future of the Recording Academy is going to build on equity. We’re not just honoring music breaking in our country — we’re celebrating music from around the world.”

Watch the video below;

Showing off her new Grammy Award, Tyla via her verified Instagram page today wrote; “No words.”

Watch the video below;

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