Boity And Other SA Rappers React To Tyla’s Historic Grammy Award Win

“South Africa does it once again!! 😍🔥🇿🇦 To the most deserving Queen! Congratulations @tyla…this is only the beginning!”

Boity And Other SA Rappers React To Tyla’s Historic Grammy Award Win - TSZ Mzansi
Boity And Other SA Rappers React To Tyla’s Historic Grammy Award Win.

South Africa’s music scene erupted in celebration on Sunday 4 February 2024 as local Amapiano sensation Tyla was announced as the winner of the coveted “Best African Music Performance” at the 66th Grammy Awards. The 22-year-old artist clinched her first-ever music award for her acclaimed afro piano and R&B-infused tracks.

Tyla, whose real name is Tyler Smith, burst onto the music scene just a few years ago with her unique blend of Amapiano and R&B. Her soulful voice and catchy melodies quickly caught the attention of both local and international audiences, propelling her to stardom.

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With her debut album, “Soulful Reflections,” Tyla has been able to captivate listeners with her heartfelt lyrics and infectious beats. Her music has resonated with fans from all walks of life, making her a household name in South Africa and beyond.

Tyla’s Grammy win is not only a personal triumph but also a historic moment for South African music. She is the first Amapiano artist to win a Grammy, solidifying the genre’s place on the global stage.

Upon hearing the news, fellow South African rappers took to social media to express their excitement and admiration for Tyla’s achievement.

Boity had the honor of witnessing Tyla receive her award, as she was among the attendees at the event in LA.

Boity shared a picture of herself and Tyla on the event’s red carpet on Instagram, expressing her excitement and words of support for the emerging artist. “South Africa does it once again!! 😍🔥🇿🇦 To the most deserving Queen! Congratulations @tyla…this is only the beginning!” Boity wrote.

Cassper Nyovest, one of South Africa’s most prominent rappers, tweeted, “Congratulations to my girl @Tyla for bringing home the Grammy! You deserve every bit of this success. Keep shining, sis!”

Nasty C, known for his lyrical prowess, posted a picture of Tyla holding her Grammy trophy on Instagram with the caption, “This is what dreams are made of. So proud of you, @Tyla. Keep making us proud!”

Sho Madjozi, an artist known for her vibrant and energetic performances, shared a video on TikTok dancing to one of Tyla’s songs. She captioned it, “When your girl wins a Grammy, you gotta celebrate! Congrats, @Tyla. You’re an inspiration to us all!”

Tyla’s Grammy win not only showcases her talent but also highlights the global impact of South African music. Amapiano, a genre that originated in South Africa, has gained popularity worldwide, with artists like Tyla leading the way.

Her win opens doors for other South African artists to gain recognition on the international stage, breaking down barriers and bridging cultures through music.

With a Grammy under her belt, the sky’s the limit for Tyla. Fans eagerly await her next album and are excited to see what she has in store for the future.

Whether she continues to dominate the Amapiano scene or explores new genres, one thing is for sure – Tyla’s talent and passion for music will continue to shine through.

Congratulations to Tyla once again on her historic Grammy win!

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