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Thursday, February 9, 2023

VIDEO: Omar Apollo ready to risk it all as he was looking at Bad Bunny during 2023 Grammys awards

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Omar Apollo ready to risk it all as he was looking at Bad Bunny during 2023 Grammys awards.

Some of his most popular songs include Bad Life, En El Olvido and Go Away. The singer also continued on to talk about how quick he was to tell his family when he found out about the nomination back in November, and that both his parents were elated to hear the news.

He also added that he had gone on to research the past winners and nominees in the Best New Artist category to understand the gravity of a Grammy nomination. However, the win for best new artist ultimately went to an American jazz singer, Samara Joy, who was also the winner of the Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition.

Grammy nominee Omar Apollo spoke about his career and family at the 2023 Grammy Awards. The young artist was nominated in the category of Best New Artist and expressed how grateful he felt for achieving such recognition.

Speaking to People on the Grammys' red carpet, the singer admitted that though he felt “blessed” to receive such a nomination, he also felt that it had been a long time coming after his years in the industry.

Omar initially started appearing online when he posted songs like Brakelights and {}[]. His full-length album finally came out in 2020 named Apolonio.

Apollo, who snagged a nomination for Best New Artist at this year’s Grammys, was speaking to Insider where he shared his thoughts on TikTok virality, a concept he’s no stranger to given the way his song Evergreen had taken the platform by storm last year.

Asked if he thinks the app has a net positive or a net negative impact on music as a whole, Apollo replied, “It’s definitely net positive.”

“Are you joking? My life totally changed with TikTok. I will forever be grateful. I think that good music definitely surpasses any way that it’s being consumed.”

“People do make music for the platform,” he added. “That’s fine too. But I mean, there’s always going to be people who make music because they love music.”

“I get it. The way that things are being promoted… it is what it is, man. People need to mind their business at the end of the day. It’s funny because I remember when I was dropping sped-up versions of my songs and people were like, ‘Oh, no, you’re dropping sped-up versions?’ I’m like, ‘Yo, mind your business. Let me do what I need to do. Respectfully. With love.’”

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