The Queen of Nigerian Sound, Tems, Makes Music History

The Queen of Nigerian Sound, Tems, Makes Music History (News Central TV)

Nigerian sensation, Temilade Openiyi, better known as Tems, has captured the hearts of audiences everywhere with her soulful voice and infectious beats.

And now, the mult-talented singer has made music history once again, winning her first Grammy award at the 65th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.

Tems has been making waves in the industry, and here are five historic moments that prove why she’s a force to be reckoned with:

    Tems joins Sade Adu, the British-Nigerian singer in the Grammy win, snagging the award for “Best Melodic Rap Performance” for her role in Future and Drake’s 2022 hit “Wait for U”.

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The Queen of Nigerian Sound, Tems, Makes Music History (News Central TV)

    She made history again as the first Nigerian artist to receive an Oscar nomination, lending her voice to Rihanna’s “Lift Me Up” for the film “Wakanda Forever”.

    The BET Awards crowned Tems as the first Nigerian and African female to win the “Best International Act” in 2022.

    Tems made her mark on the Billboard charts, becoming the first Nigerian artist to debut at No.1 on the Hot 100 with her feature on Future’s “Wait for U”.

    And, with her solo effort “Free Mind”, Tems made history once again as the first female artist to debut at No.1 on the US Afrobeat song charts without a feature in 2022.

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She continues to make music history, and we can’t wait to see what’s next for this rising star.


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