Nigerian Banku pioneer, Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, better known by his stage name, Mr Eazi has been double certified by the Grammys.
He received two Grammy certifications from the Recording Academy for his contribution on two projects that won Awards.
Mr Eazi played key collaboration and songwriting roles on Angelique Kidjo’s ‘Mother Nature’ and Major Lazer’s ‘Music Is A Weapon (Reloaded).’
The Skin Tight crooner took to his social media page to share the news while posting photo of the certifications he received.
Angelique Kidjo’s ‘Mother Nature won a Grammy award for Best Global Music Album.
Major Lazer’s ‘Music Is A Weapon (Reloaded)’ received the Grammy award for Best Dancehall/Electronic Music Album.
Mr Eazi’s contribution on Major Lazer’s album was in the form of composer while his contribution to Kidjo’s album’ was in the capacity of a featured artist as he is on one of the songs.
In similar news, Chukwuka Ekweani popularly known as CKay has been awarded a recognition plaque following his performance in Tunisia.
He graced the stage at the 30,000 capacity Carthage Amphitheater in Tunis and shut down the arena which was full to the maximum.
The management decided to appreciate CKay by presenting him a plaque and a photo which surfaced online shows him posing with it.
The Chocolate City artiste also took to his Instagram page and shared a video of his captivating performance at the Carthage Amphitheater.
He acknowledged the historic importance of performing at the arena which has been existing for 2000 years and went further to thank fans for showing up.
Sharing the clip, Ckay wrote; ”Over two thousand years of history in this arena! Thank you Carthage, Tunisia! 🇹🇳💜✨| 🎥 @z3rovisuals”