Connect with us

    Latest Report

    Grammy 2023: Nigeria’s Burna Boy, Tems nominees



    Burna Boy has been nominated for the 2023 Recording Academy Awards, also known as the Grammys.

    The Academy released the nomination list on Tuesday, with the award ceremony scheduled for February 5, 2023.

    Burna Boy’s latest album, Love, Damini, was nominated for Best Global Music Album, alongside albums from other international music stars.

    In addition, the singer was nominated for Best Global Music Performance for his hit single “Last Last.”

    Tems from Nigeria was also nominated for her work on Future’s “Wait For U,” on which she featured. Tems and Drake both received nominations for Best Melodic Rap Performance.


    See full list of nominations below:

    Best Global Music Album

    Shuruaat – Berklee Indian Ensemble

    Love, Damini – Burna Boy

    Queen of Sheba – Angelique Kidjo & Ibrahim Maalouf


    Between Us… (Live) – Anoushka Shankar, Metropole Orkest & Jules Buckley featuring Manu Delago

    Shakura – Masa Tukami

    Best Global Music Performance

    “Udhero Na” – Adrooj Aftab & Anoushka Shankar

    “Gimme Love” – Matt B & Eddy Kenzo


    “Last Last” – Burna Boy

    “Neva Bow Down” – Rocky Dawuni featuring Blvk H3ro

    “Bayethe” – Wouter Kellerman, Zaken Bantwini & Nomcebo Zikode

    Best Pop Solo Performance

    “Easy on Me”- Adele


    “Moscow Mule”- Bad Bunny

    “Bad Habit”- Steve Lacy

    “Woman”- Doja Cat

    “About Damn Time”- Lizzo

    “As it Was”- Harry Styles



    Best Pop Duo/Group Performance

    “Don’t Shut Me Down” – ABBA

    “Bam Bam” – Camilla Cabello featuring Ed Sheeran

    “My Universe” – Coldplay & BTS


    “Unholy” – Sam Smith & Kim Petras

    “I Like You (A Happier Song) – Post Malone & Doja Cat

    Best Pop Vocal Album

    Voyage – ABBA

    30 – Adele


    Music of the Spheres – Coldplay

    Harry’s House – Harry Styles

    Special – Lizzo

    Best Dance/Electronic Recording

    “Break My Soul” – Beyonce


    “Rosewood” – Bonobo

    “Don’t Forget My Love” – Diplo & Miguel

    “I’m Good (Blue)” – David Guetta & Bebe Rexha

    “Intimidated” – Kaytranada featuring H. E. R.

    Best Arrangement, Instrumental or A Cappella


    As Days Go By (An Arrangement of the Family Matters Theme Song) – Armund Hutton, arranger

    How Deep Is Your Love – Matt Cusson, arranger

    Main Titles (Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness) – Danny Elfman, arranger

    Best Instrumental Composition

    African Tales – Paquito D’Rivera


    El Pais Invisible – Miguel Zenon

    Fronteras (Borders) Suite: Al-Musafir Blues – Danilo Perez

    See also  Ghanaian protesters demand president step down over economic crisis

    Refuge – Geoffrey Keezer

    Snapshots – Pascal Le Beouf

    Best Rap Album


    God Did – DJ Khaled


    I Never Liked You – Future

    Come Home The Kids Miss You – Jack Harlow

    Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers – Kendrick Lamar


    It’s Almost Dry – Pusha T

    Best Melodic Rap Performance

    “Beautiful” – DJ Khaled featuring Future & SZA


    “Wait For U” – Future featuring Drake & Tems


    “First Class” – Jack Harlow

    “Die Hard” – Kendrick Lamar featuring Blxst & Amanda Reifer

    “Big Energy (Live)” – Latto

    Best Rap Song

    “Churchill Downs” – Jack Harlow featuring Drake


    “The Heart Part 5” – Kendrick Lamar

    “God Did” – DJ Khaled featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy

    “Pushin P” – Gunna & Future featuring Young Thug

    Songwriter of the Year, Non Classical

    Amy Allen


    Nija Charles


    The Dream

    Tobias Jesso Jr.

    Laura Veltz


    Song of the Year

    “abcdefu” – GAYLE

    “About Damn Time” – Lizzo

    “All Too Well (10 Minute Version, The Short Film)” – Taylor Swift

    “As It Was” – Harry Styles


    “Bad Habit” – Steve Lacy

    “Break My Soul” – Beyonce

    “Easy on Me” – Adele

    “God Did” – DJ Khaled featuring Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, John Legend & Fridayy

    “The Heart Part 5” – Kendrick Lamar


    “Just Like That” – Bonnie Raitt

    Best Improvised Jazz Solo

    “Rounds (Live)” – Ambrose Akinmusire

    “Keep Holding On” – Gerald Albright

    “Falling” – Melissa Aldana


    “Call of the Drum” – Marcus Baylor

    “Cherokee/Koko” – John Beasley

    “Endangered Species” – Wayne Shorter & Leo Genovese

    Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album

    Bird Lives – John Beasley, Marcus Lindgren & SWR Big Band


    Remembering Bob Freedman – Ron Carter & The Jazzaar Festival Big Band Directed by Christian Jacob

    Generation Gap Jazz Orchestra – Steven Feifke, Bijon Watson, Generation Gap Jazz Orchestra

    Center Stage – Steve Gadd, Eddie Gomez, Ronnie Cuber & WDR Big Band Conducted By Michael Abene

    Architecture of Storms – Remy Le Beouf’s Assembly of Shadows

    Best Latin Jazz Album


    Fandango at the Wall in New York – Artruro O’Farrill & The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra

    Crisalida – Danilo Perez featuring the Global Messengers

    If You Will – Flora Purim

    Rhythm & Soul – Arturo Sandoval

    Musical De Las Americas – Miguel Zenon

    See also  Online Masters Degree Scholarships

    Best Reggae Album

    The Kalling – Kabaka Pyramid

    Gifted – Koffee

    Scorcha – Sean Paul

    Third Time’s The Charm – Protoje


    Com Fly Wid Mi – Shaggy

    Record of the Year

    “Bad Habit” – Steve Lacy

    “The Heart Part 5” – Kendrick Lamar

    “About Damn Time” – Lizzo


    “As It Was” – Harry Styles

    “Don’t Shut Me Down” – ABBA

    “Easy on Me” – Adele

    “Break My Soul” – Beyonce

    “Good Morning Gorgeous” – Mary J. Blige


    “You And Me On The Rock” – Brandi Carlile featuring Lucius

    “Woman” – Doja Cat

    Best Bluegrass Album

    Toward the Fray – The Infamous Stringdusters

    Almost Proud – The Del McCoury Band


    Calling You From My Mountain – Peter Rowan

    Crooked Tree – Holly Tuttle & Golden Highway

    Get Yourself Outside – Yonder Mountain String Band

    Best Americana Performance

    “Silver Moon (A Tribute to Michael Nesmith)” – Eric Alexandrakis


    “There You Go Again” – Asleep at the Wheel Featuring Lyle Lovett

    “The Message” – Blind Boys of Alabama Featuring Black Violin

    “You and Me On The Rock” – Brandi Carlile featuring Lucius

    “Made Up Mind” – Bonnie Raitt

    Best Traditional Blues Album


    Heavy Load Blues – Gov’t Mule

    The Blues Don’t Lie – Buddy Guy

    Get On Board – Taj Mahal & Ry Cooder

    The Sun Is Shining Down – John Mayall

    Mississippi Son – Charlie Musselwhite


    Bets Contemporary Blues Album:

    Done Come Too Far – Shemekia Copeland

    Crown – Eric Gales

    Bloodline Maintenance – Ben Harper

    Set Sail – North Mississippi Allstars


    Brother Johnny – Edgar Winter

    Best Folk Album

    Spellbound – Judy Collins

    Revealer – Madison Cunningham

    The Light at the End of The Line – Janis Ian


    Age of Apathy – Aoife O’Donovan

    Hell on Church Street – Punch Brothers

    Best Regional Roots Music Album

    Full Circle – Sean Ardoin and Kreole Rock and Soul Featuring LSU Golden Band From Tigerland

    Natalie Nolan – Natalie Ai Kamauu


    Halau Hula Keali’l O Nalani – Live at the Getty Center – Halau Hula Keali’l O Nalani

    Lucky Man – Nathan & The Zydeco Cha Chas

    Live at the 2022 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival – Ranky Tanky

    Best Orchestral Performance

    Adams, John Luther: Sila – The Breath of the World – Doug Perkins


    Dvorak: Symphonies Nos. 7-9 – Gustavo Dudamel

    See also  Chicago Mesothelioma Lawyer

    Eastman: Stay On It – Christopher Rountree

    John Williams – The Beril Concert – John Williams

    Works By Florence Price, Jessie Montgomery, Valerie Coleman – Michael Repper

    Best Classical Instrumental Solo


    “Abels: Isolation Variation” – Hailey Hahn

    “Bach: The Art of Life” – Daniil Trifonov

    “Beethoven: Diabelli Variations” – Mitsuko Uchida

    “Letters for the Future” – Time For Three, Xian Chang, Conductor (The Philadelphia Orchestra)

    Best Classical Solo Vocal Album


    Eden – Joyce DiDonato, Maxim Emelyanychev

    How Do I Find You – Sasha Cooke, Kirill Kuzman

    Okpebholo: Lord How Come Me Here? – Will Liverman, Paul Sanchez

    Stranger – Works For Tenor By Nico Mulhy – Nicholas Phan

    Voice of Nature – The Anthropocene – Renee Fleming, Yannick Nezet-Seguin


    Best Contemporary Classical Composition

    “Akiho: Ligneous Suite” – Andy Aikho

    “Bermel: Intonations” – Derek Bermel

    “Gubaidulina – The Wrath of God” – Sofia Gubaidulina

    “Puts: Contact” – Kevin Puts


    “Simon: Requiem for the Enslaved” – Carlos Simon

    Best Country Solo Performance

    “Heartfirst” – Kelsea Ballerini

    “Something In the Orange” – Zach Bryan

    “In His Arms” – Miranda Lambert


    “Circles Around This Town” – Maren Morris

    “Live Forever” – Willie Nelson

    Best Country Duo/Group Performance:

    “Wishful Drinking” – Ingrid Andress & Sam Hunt

    “Midnight Rider’s Prayer” – Brothers Osbourne


    “Outrunnin’ Your Memory” – Luke Combs & Miranda Lambert

    “Does He Love You – Revisited” – Reba McEntire & Dolly Parton

    “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” – Carly Pearce & Ashley McBryde

    Going Where The Lonely Go – Robert Plant & Alison Krauss

    Best Country Song


    “Circles Around This Town” – Maren Morris

    “Doin’ This” – Luke Combs

    “I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor’s Version, From The Vault)” – Taylor Swift

    “If I Was a Cowboy” – Miranda Lambert

    “I’ll Love You Until The Day I Die” – Willie Nelson


    “Til You Can’t” – Cody Johnson

    Best Country Album

    Growin’ Up – Luke Combs

    Palomino – Miranda Lambert

    Ashley McBryde Presents: Lindeville – Ashley McBryde


    Humble Quest – Maren Morris

    A Beautiful Time – Willie Nelson

    Best Gospel Album

    “Die to Live”  – Maranda Curtis

    “Breakthrough: The Exodus (Live)” – Ricky Dillard


    “Clarity” – Doe

    “Kingdom Book One Deluxe” – Maverick City Music and Kirk Franklin

    “All Things New,” – Tye Tribbett

    For a full list, visit Grammy’s official website.

    Continue Reading
    Click to comment

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


    Three Best Electrical Wires and Cables in Nigeria 2024



    Cables come in different materials, casing, and sizes to accommodate different electrical loads and different conditions in which they’ll be used. While they can be made of aluminium or other materials, most electrical wires are copper.

    Safety is the most important factor to consider when choosing an electrical cable. Because cables are the primary carrier of electricity in your home, you need to make sure every aspect of safety is taken into account. Electric wires are designed to withstand constant electrical current, which means they won’t cause a fire in the event of an accident/short circuit.

    Power cables and wires are one of the most common causes of electrical failure. People often overlook the importance of this material. A good power cable must perform better in the event of electrical failure, overload or sudden electrical spikes. It should also be fire-retardant in the event of any danger.  We have put together the best 4 electrical wires in Nigeria for 2024.

    See also  Chicago Mesothelioma Lawyer

    Nigeria is home to a wide variety of wire and cable brands, most of which are produced in the country. We have compiled a list of the best wire and cable brands to help you find the right one for your needs.

    1. Zobis Cables & Wires is a leading brand of electrical cables. It specializes in the development and deployment of advanced house-wiring and industrial cables to meet the needs of energy and industrial companies. Their range of technologies and solutions are revolutionizing the way the industry operates today and into the future. They guarantee safety through quality and technology, and their cables are designed to withstand extreme conditions.

    See also  UK pulls out 300 soldiers from Mali


    2. Cutix wires and cables represent a pinnacle in electrical engineering, tailored for both advanced house-wiring and industrial applications. They cater to energy and industrial sectors seeking heightened efficiency, reliability, and safety in their operations. With a versatile range of technologies and solutions, Cutix is reshaping the industry landscape, guaranteeing safety through top-notch quality and innovative technology. Designed to thrive in harsh conditions, these cables epitomize durability and resilience.

    See also  Fully Funded MBA Scholarships For International Students in USA

    3. Coleman wires and cables stand out as the premier choice for electricity distribution across Nigeria. At Coleman Wires and Cables, we prioritize excellence in manufacturing, dedicated to producing wires and cables that consistently surpass our customers’ needs. Our commitment extends to aligning with key stakeholders and adhering to ISO 9001:2015 standards, ensuring our products consistently deliver the highest quality possible.


    Continue Reading


    10 things you should know about Sisi Quadri



    1. The late Quadri Oyebamiji was well-known as Sisi Quadri in Yoruba films.
    2. He was born December 26, 1979, in Iwo, Osun State, Nigeria.
    3. He attended primary and high school in Ore, Ondo State.

    4. Before becoming a celebrity in the entertainment industry, Quadri was a Muslim, a skilled makeup artist, and a fashion designer.
    5. He began acting in 2002 with the film ‘Koto Aye,’ directed by the late Alhaji Ajileye.
    6. Sisi Quadri, who was well-known for his humorous personality and consistently played roles recognized for their keen wit and mocking.
    7. In addition to performing, he worked as an entertainer and comedian.

    8. He appeared in several Yoruba films and even invested in a tailoring company. Quadri was also sought after as a Master of Ceremony (MC) at parties.
    9. Sisi Quadri’s personal life revolved around his family.
    10. He was married with four children: three sons and one daughter.

    See also  Tunisia exit world cup as Ghana, Cameroon, Morocco wait to advance
    Continue Reading


    Boosting Business Productivity and Profitability with Advanced CRM Software Development



    In today’s competitive business landscape, organizations strive to enhance their productivity and profitability through the efficient utilization of cutting-edge technology. One such transformative tool is Customer Relationship Management (CRM) software. By investing in advanced CRM software development, businesses can streamline their operations, improve collaboration, and ultimately boost productivity and profitability.

    Streamlined Communication and Collaboration

    One of the key benefits of advanced CRM systems is the facilitation of seamless communication and collaboration within an organization. By centralizing customer data, communication history, and transaction details, teams can access real-time information, reducing the need for multiple touchpoints. This fosters efficient collaboration, ensuring that everyone is on the same page and working towards common goals. With improved communication and collaboration, productivity is enhanced, leading to increased profitability.

    Enhanced Customer Insights

    Understanding customer needs and preferences is essential for delivering personalized experiences and building long-lasting relationships. Advanced CRM software goes beyond basic data storage, offering sophisticated analytics tools. By harnessing data analytics, businesses can gain valuable insights into customer behavior, enabling targeted marketing strategies and personalized engagement. This deep understanding of customers not only enhances satisfaction but also increases the likelihood of repeat business, driving overall profitability.

    Automation for Efficiency

    Automation is a cornerstone of advanced CRM systems. By automating routine tasks such as data entry, lead nurturing, and follow-ups, businesses can significantly reduce manual effort and minimize human error. This not only frees up valuable time for employees but also ensures that critical processes are executed consistently. Improved efficiency translates directly to increased productivity and, consequently, higher profitability.

    See also  Ghanaian protesters demand president step down over economic crisis

    Seamless Integration with Other Tools

    An advanced CRM system seamlessly integrates with other business tools and applications, creating a unified ecosystem. Whether it’s integrating with marketing automation platforms, e-commerce systems, or project management tools, a well-developed CRM system ensures a smooth flow of information across all departments. This integration eliminates data silos, enhances overall business efficiency, and allows for better collaboration between teams.


    Real-Time Analytics for Informed Decision-Making

    Timely and informed decision-making is crucial for business success. Advanced CRM software provides real-time analytics and reporting, allowing stakeholders to make data-driven decisions. Whether it’s identifying sales trends, assessing marketing campaign performance, or tracking customer satisfaction metrics, having access to up-to-date information empowers businesses to adapt quickly and stay ahead of the competition. Informed decision-making based on real-time analytics leads to increased productivity and profitability. Find more here

    Customization for Specific Business Needs

    Every business has unique requirements and processes. Advanced CRM software development allows for customization to meet specific business needs. Whether it’s creating custom workflows, adding industry-specific features, or integrating with existing systems, a tailored CRM solution ensures that the software aligns perfectly with the organization’s goals and processes. Customization maximizes productivity by providing a solution that is specifically designed to address the challenges and requirements of the business.

    Mobile Access for Remote Productivity

    In today’s mobile-centric world, remote work has become increasingly prevalent. Advanced CRM software development includes mobile access, allowing employees to access critical information and perform tasks on the go. Whether it’s updating customer details, reviewing sales pipelines, or responding to leads, mobile access to CRM systems ensures that productivity is not hindered by physical location. This flexibility enables businesses to maintain productivity and profitability, even in remote work environments.

    See also  Lawsuits Mesothelioma : Filing a Mesothelioma Lawsuits

    Training and Support for Optimal Utilization

    To fully leverage the benefits of advanced CRM software, organizations should invest in training and support for their employees. Proper training ensures that employees understand the features and functionalities of the CRM system, enabling them to utilize it to its full potential. Ongoing support and guidance from CRM experts can help businesses overcome any challenges and optimize their usage of the software. By providing the necessary training and support, organizations can maximize productivity and profitability.

    Data Security and Privacy Measures

    With the increasing importance of data protection and privacy, advanced CRM software development prioritizes robust security measures. CRM systems employ encryption, access controls, and regular backups to safeguard customer data and sensitive business information. Compliance with data protection regulations, such as GDPR or CCPA, demonstrates a commitment to data security and builds trust with customers. By ensuring the security and privacy of data, businesses can focus on productivity and profitability without compromising sensitive information.


    Scalability for Future Growth

    As businesses grow, their needs and requirements evolve. Advanced CRM software is designed to scale alongside the organization, accommodating increased data volume and user demand. Scalability allows businesses to continue utilizing their CRM system efficiently, even as customer bases expand and operations become more complex. By investing in a scalable CRM solution, organizations can ensure long-term productivity and profitability, without the need for a complete system overhaul.

    See also  Tunisia exit world cup as Ghana, Cameroon, Morocco wait to advance

    Integration with AI and Automation Technologies

    The integration of AI and automation technologies with advanced CRM software opens up new possibilities for productivity and profitability. AI-powered chatbots can handle customer inquiries, freeing up human resources to focus on more complex tasks. Automated workflows and predictive analytics can identify patterns and opportunities, optimizing sales and marketing efforts. By harnessing the power of AI and automation, businesses can achieve higher levels of productivity and profitability.


    In conclusion, investing in advanced CRM software development is a strategic move for optimizing business processes, improving collaboration, and ultimately boosting productivity and profitability. With streamlined communication, enhanced customer insights, automation, seamless integration with other tools, real-time analytics, customization, mobile access, training and support, data security measures, scalability, and integration with AI and automation technologies, businesses can unlock new levels of efficiency and profitability. Embracing the power of advanced CRM solutions allows organizations to thrive in today’s dynamic and competitive market, achieving sustained growth and success.

    Remember, the success of CRM software lies in its implementation and utilization, so choose a reputable CRM software provider that understands your business needs and offers comprehensive support throughout your CRM journey.

    Continue Reading


      Copyright © 2017 Zox News Theme. Theme by MVP Themes, powered by WordPress.