Mr Eazi, Burna Boy & Teni Nominated For The BET Awards 2019

Over the years, Nigerian music and the Nigerian music scene has gradually gained global presence and acceptance, with A-list artistes like Davido, Tiwa Savage and Wizkid attaining the recognition they deserve, on various award nominations, including The BET’s ‘Best International Act’ award

BET Awards 2019
Mr Eazi

The BET Awards have tapped and influenced the Nigerian music scene in all the positive ways there is, as each year they select just the right artists for nominations.

This year the award is recognizing three divergent musical minds, not the regular and expected artistes you may have in mind, but also, The new regular artiste you may also have in mind: Burna BoyMr Eazi and Teni

Burna Boy and Mr Eazi have both been on a speed lane lately, we can pretty much say, it’s been a successful year so far for the two. With both being the only Nigerians invited for the prestigious music festival ‘Coachella

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Both these Nigerian acts are now being rightfully celebrated for their numerous achievements, being nominated alongside stars like Dave, Giggs, AKA and a few other global artists in BET’s ‘Best International Act’ award.

Teni took the Nigerian music industry by the balls Following her hit single, “Askamaya” in 2018. The entertainer is now attributed to one of the biggest breakouts to stardom in recent times.

Last year, Nigerians celebrated a win when Davido took home the award for ‘Best International Act’.

Keeping in mind that Teni is up against Headie One (U.K.), Jok’Air (France), Nesly (France), Octavian (U.K.) and Sho Madjozi (South Africa), we are all rooting for the ‘Uyo Meyo’ singer as she also faces familiar faces, Burna Boy and Mr Eazi. 

Teni – Uyo Meyo

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