Jupitar has backed him “The One” album to bag a Grammy Award.
This comes after Nigerian music stars, Burna Boy and Wizkid, on Sunday night, won their first-ever Grammy Awards.
He maintained that it is the dream of every musician to win a Grammy and he had the right team behind him to achieve the set objective.
“I am very hopeful that the One Album would bring Ghana its first Grammy award because I have a solid team behind me. We are going to push the album to the extreme and with the right connection I believe I will get there and when the time comes we will celebrate it,’’
He said this while speaking in an interview on GNA entertainment.
Jupitar further asserted that talent was not enough if you are to win a Grammy and you would have to explore a wider music market to get any chance of receiving the top musical accolade.
“You need to have the right strategy and a great team behind you to win a Grammy. As a musician, talent is not enough to get you to the Grammy level. We should not be content with our local fans but try to explore the global market and get some big collaborations to increase your chances of winning a Grammy,’’
Burna Boy bagged the much-coveted Grammy award in the ‘Best Global Album’ category for his ‘TWICE AS TALL’ album.
He was nominated alongside Tuareg Desert Rock group Tinariwen, NYC afrobeat outfit Antibalas, Brazilian-American Bebel Gilberto, and British-Indian sitar player Anoushka Shankar.
This is the second consecutive time Burna Boy has been nominated for the Grammys.
His previous album, ‘African Giant’ was nominated at the 62nd Grammy Awards for ‘Best World Music Album’, the award went to Beninoise singer, Angélique Kidjo, who dedicated the award to Burna Boy and said he was leading the pack of young Africans who will shake up the global music space.
Burna Boy performed a medley of his songs starting with the chorus of “20:10: 20” to “Level Up’ to ‘Onyeka’ and ‘Ye’, complemented by his band ‘The Outsiders.’ His performance was one of the high points of the Grammy Premiere Ceremony.