It’s not every day that young musicians make waves in the music industry, but Tyla and Musa Keys are proving that age is just a number.
These talented South African artists have recently been nominated for the prestigious Grammy Awards in 2024, and their country couldn’t be more proud.
Tyla, a fast-rising musician, experienced a meteoric rise to fame after her song ‘Water’ went viral on TikTok. The catchy tune captured the hearts of millions, and now she’s receiving recognition on the global stage.
At just 21 years old, Tyla has become one of the youngest artists to be nominated for a Grammy in South Africa.
But Tyla isn’t the only young star making history. Musa Keys, at the age of 23, has also been nominated for a Grammy.
His talent caught the attention of Grammy award-winning artist Black Coffee, who recognized Musa’s potential and gave him a well-deserved nod. With his hit song ‘Heat Overload,’ Musa Keys has solidified his place among South Africa’s rising stars.
The news of Tyla and Musa’s Grammy nominations has brought immense joy to South Africans. The country has a rich musical heritage, and these two artists are carrying the torch forward.
Their success is not only a testament to their talent but also a reflection of the vibrant music scene in South Africa.
South Africans have taken to social media to express their excitement and support for Tyla and Musa. The hashtags #TylaForGrammys and #MusaKeysForGrammys have been trending, with fans sharing their favorite songs and moments from the artists’ careers.
It’s clear that these young musicians have struck a chord with their audience, both at home and abroad.
As South Africa gears up for the Grammys in 2024, all eyes will be on Tyla and Musa Keys. The country is hopeful that these talented artists will bring home the coveted trophy, further cementing South Africa’s place on the global music map.
Musa Keys and Tyla set South African Grammy record
Youngest South African Grammy nominees ever
At 21 and 23, Tyla and Musa Keys are the youngest South African artist to ever be nominated for a Grammy
— Kgopolo (@PhilMphela) November 10, 2023