Anele Mdoda, Zakes Bantwini and More Celebrate Musa Keys’ Grammy Nomination

Mzansi stars Anele Mdoda, Zakes Bantwini, and more celebrate Piano singer Musa Keys’ Grammy nomination.

Mzansi is proud of how far Musa Keys has come. He and “Water” star Tyla became the two youngest South African artists to ever get a Grammy nomination. That made Musa Keys the youngest male artist to be nominated for the prestigious award.

Musa Keys is recognized for his contribution to Nigerian Afrobeats star Davido’s hit song “Available.” The song is up for the Best African Music Performance, alongside other African jams.

The Grammys will take place on Sunday, Feb. 4, at Arena in Los Angeles. Musa Keys threw an intimate party to celebrate his nomination. The party was held at the Zioux, an award-winning champagne and cocktail lounge located at The Marc in Sandton.

It was attended by some of the biggest stars in the country, including radio and TV star Anele Mdoda, Grammy-winning DJ and producer Zakes Bantwini, and more. Musa Keys shared photos from the intimate event.

Bantwini congratulated Musa, “I am thrilled and honoured to be part of the African Nominees Celebration Campaign 2024 ahead of Grammy Week. The representation of South African artists and the growing presence of African talent at the Grammys is a testament to the vibrancy and richness of our music.”

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