South African artist Tyla reflects on the upcoming Grammy Awards, uncertain about how she’ll celebrate if her song ‘Water’ secures victory in the Best African Music Performance category at the 66th Grammys.
In an exclusive interview, Tyla expressed her excitement and gratitude for being nominated alongside notable African talents. When asked about potential celebration plans, she admitted, “I don’t know how I’m going to celebrate if I win the Grammy. It’s a surreal moment, and I’m just grateful to be part of this incredible journey.”
Tyla’s ‘Water’ competes against other outstanding tracks like Davido’s ‘Unavailable,’ Burna Boy’s ‘City Boys,’ Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush,’ and Asake’s ‘Amapiano’ in the highly anticipated category.
As the music world awaits the Grammy Awards, Tyla’s contemplation adds an element of anticipation, showcasing the mix of emotions experienced by artists on the brink of achieving one of the highest honors in the industry. Stay tuned for the Grammy Awards ceremony for the final verdict on this thrilling category.