Tems, Adele, BTS, Others To Complete For 2022 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award

Tems has been nominated in the Global Music Star category for the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards 2022.

Nigerian songstress, Tems has been unveiled as one of artistes nominated for the 2022 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award.

Tems, Adele, BTS, Others To Complete For 2022 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award

Tems Nominated For Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award

The fast-rising singer will be competing against Adele, Camilo, Tones and I, BTS, Rosalia and Olivia Rodrigo in the “Global Music Star” category.

The award show will be airing on Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California, via DSTV 308 on April 13, 2022. The premiere will also kick off at 13:30 WAT/14:30 CAT.

Speaking ahead of the award event, the senior vice president and general manager, Paramount in Africa, Monde Twala said: “Tems reminds us of why we set out on a journey to reimagine, reshape and rebrand Africa.”

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“African stars like her are living proof of the rich and diverse talents that exist in Africa. Elevating African talents on a global level is the heartbeat of our brand.”

“Shining a light on talent on our continent will continue to be part of our vision. We are glad that today, we can spotlight the body of work of a vibrant African talent like Tems.”

Tems came into spotlight with songs like “Try Me” and “Mr Rebel” has had quite a number of global hits and collaborations with international artists like Khalid, Drake, to name a few.

KanyiDaily recalls that Tems and Nigerian superstar, Wizkid recently won the Best Collaboration for their hit song “Essence” at the 2021 Soul Train Awards.

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