Grammy Award winner Nomcebo Zikode says her biggest achievement in life is having her husband Selwyn Fraser by her side. Nomcebo, Zakes Bantwini, and Wouter Kellerman won the award for Best Global Music Performance for their collaboration on Bayethe at the 65th Grammy Awards in Los Angeles.
She took to her Instagram timeline to gush over her husband who she said has been with her through thick and thin after her Grammy trophy arrived. ”Through my difficult and tough times, you were always there to see me through. You held me tight when I felt my feet faltering. My biggest achievement in life has been having you next to me. I’m so happy that through all the trials and tribulations life has thrown at us we get to celebrate this achievement together,” she wrote.
Mzansi Music on the Global Scene
Previously speaking to TshisaLIVE at the African Grammy winners’ gala dinner in February, Nomcebo said Mzansi music was becoming the focus on the global scene again. “Having Harvey Mason Jr, who’s the CEO of The Recording Academy, and the rest of his team here was a testament that African music is becoming the epicentre of global music. That we won this award and we’re right in the thick of things shows we’re the real deal. I’m so excited for what we have in store for the rest of the year. Expect new music from me and more global tours, it’s only getting bigger now.
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