Nomcebo, Zakes Bantwini and Wouter Kellerman win at the 65th Grammy Awards
Zakes Bantwini, Nomcebo Zikode and Wouter Kellerman win Grammy Award For Best Global Music Performance.
The South African artists won for their song Bayethe at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony.
They won over Nigeria’s Burna Boy, Uganda’s Eddy Kenzo, USA’s Matt B, Ghana’s Rocky Dawuni, and Pakistan’s Arooj Aftab.
Zakes dedicates the award to his late father and late mother.
“Took me 17 years to find my path, I have no words to express the emotions and grace that have come over me. This moment is owed to my late Mother & Father. I’m grateful,” he wrote.
Look at God!!! From Hammarsdale to the world! 🌍— Nomcebo Zikode (@Nomcebozikode) February 5, 2023
I never imagined that God would take me to such heights and platforms!
I want to give a special shoutout to my fans 💚🙏🏽@wouterkellerman, @tholsi_pillay, @zakesbantwini @sibo_the_zulu @fraserselwyn 👗 @gertjohan #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/gFPSArX49B
Woohooo we won the GRAMMY for the ‘Best Global Performance’ for our song ‘Bayethe’ a collaboration with @Nomcebozikode and @ZakesBantwiniSA … proudly South African 😍 @MorningLiveSABC @Anele @DStv #GRAMMYs #FlutePainter🎶🎶 #WouterKellerman pic.twitter.com/hfseEhwM81— Wouter Kellerman (@wouterkellerman) February 6, 2023
Your Best Global Music Performers of 2023 from South Africa 💫🎖️ pic.twitter.com/YurZGa1hcr— Nomcebo Zikode (@Nomcebozikode) February 6, 2023
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