2face will be making history at the famous Grammy Museum’s new exhibit dubbed ‘Sounds of Africa’.
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Tuface represents the best of Nigerian musical works and will join other artistes who are winners of Grammy awards and BET awards respectively, in the celebration of their creative process as well as the art and technology of their recording process.
The event will focus on displaying and celebrating legacies in the African music industry and it’ll feature other African acts like Angelique Kidjo, Salif Keith, Mafikizolo among others. The exhibition also features handwritten lyrics, costumes, and a host of rare musical instruments.
Other legendary artistes on exhibition include Nigerian visual artist Laolu Senbanjo, Nigerian singer/ songwriter Sir Victor Uwaifo, Ice Prince and Congolese rumba singer/songwriter Tabu Ley Rochereau.
Last week, the multi-award winner, who is one of Nigerian’s hope to bring home a Grammy Award someday, was on a trip to Kenya with his wife, Annie Idibia, and winners of the Campari Brand Dare to Mix Promo.
Recently also, he posted a picture of himself in front of a street sign which read “Innocent Idibia.” Haven Homes in Lekki gave him the honor of naming a street after the music legend.
In same light of honoring, this unveiling at the Grammy Museum will push Tuface closer to his dream of winning a Grammy Award. In the past 2Face has received one MTV Europe Music Award, one World Music Award, five Headies Awards (Hip-hop award), four Channel O Music Video Awards and one BET award for his musical work, four MTV Africa Music Awards, one MOBO award, one KORA award, and numerous additional nominations.