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Tems Set Record As First Nigerian Female Pure Blood To Win Grammy Award




Temilade Openiyi, popularly known as Tems has set the record of being the first female purebred Nigerian artiste to win a Grammy Awards.

The singer bagged her award in the 2003 edition of the Grammy Awards.

The 65th grammy award was held on Sunday, February 5, at the Arena in Los Angeles, with several stars in attendance.

27-year-old Tems won her first grammy for her part in American singing sensation Future’s hit single ‘Wait For U’ under the award category for ‘Best Melodic Rap performance’.

Before now, Tems had made exploits with a win at the Africa Future awards and a nomination at the Oscar.

She rose to prominence after she was featured on Wizkid’s 2020 single “Essence,” which reached the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 after the release of a remixed version with an additional feature from Justin Bieber, and earned her a Grammy Award nomination.That same year, she was featured on Drake’s song, “Fountains.”

She has not stopped winning since then with her recent exploit being the most attractive.



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