Nigerian Hip Hop artiste, Odumodublvck, has asserted that Omah Lay not being nominated for the 2024 Grammys, is the "biggest snub" this year. The 'Declan Rice' crooner shared his opinion via Twitter as he expressed disappointment at the organisers for skipping the 'Soso' hit-maker's name on the list. An online music PR page, Chart data asked; "What was the biggest nomination snub this year? #GRAMMYs" https://twitter.com/chartdata/status/1723044286826979385 In reaction, Odumodu quoted the post with the tweet; "Omah Lay." See the post: https://twitter.com/Odumodublvck_/status/1723215932791693649 Meanwhile, in another news… CorrectNG reports that five Nigerian musicians made the shortlist of nominations for the 2024 Grammy Awards and they are led by one-time Grammy winner, Damini Ogulu also known as Burna Boy. Davido, Olamide, Ayra Starr and Asake were also nominated for the 66th Grammy Awards which will hold on 4th February 2024. Burna Boy bagged a total of four nominations while his counterpart, Davido, in his first bite, bagged a total of three nominations. Afrobeats sensation, Asake got one nomination while popular rapper, Olamide and songstress, Arya Starr each got one nomination. The Nigerian quintet were all nominated in the maiden Best African Music Performance category alongside South African singer, Tyla. Asake and Olamide’s ‘Amapiano’, Burna Boy’s ‘City Boys’, Ayra Starr’s ‘Rush’, Davido and Musa Keys’ ‘Unavailable’, and Tyla’s ‘Water’ were the nominees in the newly created category. Burna Boy’s other nominations include, ‘Sitting On Top of the World’ featuring 21 Sav@ge under the Best Melodic Rap category. His latest album, ‘I Told Them’ got nominated in the Best Global Music Album, and ‘Alone’ in the Best Global Music Performance. Davido’s other nominations are, ‘Timeless’ for Best Global Music Album, and ‘Feel’ which is in the category for Best Global Music Performance. The 66th Grammy will hold next year at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, California, United States of America.