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Thursday, March 7, 2024

VIDEO: "White boy is happy" - Reactions as paparazzi man screamed holy smokes as Tems turned her ass around on the red carpet of Billboard Women in Music 2024

"White boy is happy" - Reactions as paparazzi man screamed holy smokes as Tems turned her ass around on the red carpet of Billboard Women in Music 2024.

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Tems is an artist who continues to impress. Overall, she has a wonderful voice and has a bright future in the industry. At this point, many fans are getting accustomed to her musical stylings, and they want to hear more. After all, her vocals on Drake and Future's "WAIT FOR U" are iconic. She continues to get massive co-signs, and in 2024, fans are hoping for new songs and maybe even a new album. Considering all the hype she has right now, this would be a great way to capitalize.

To a certain extent, she doesn’t even have time to think about where her songs will end up — since once she releases them, they tend to immediately spread everywhere. Ever since she was featured on Wizkid’s 2020 smash, “Essence,” which reached No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100 a year later (with the help of a Justin Bieber remix) and earned a Grammy nod for best global music performance, the 28-year-old Nigerian artist’s rich, velvety voice has traveled far beyond the African continent and become a mesmerizing fixture in popular music. Drake put up billboards in Tems’ hometown of Lagos to announce she would be featured on his 2021 album, Certified Lover Boy; a year later, they appeared together again on Future’s Hot 100 No. 1 “Wait for U,” which samples “Higher” from Tems’ 2020 debut EP, For Broken Ears. She was one of only three featured artists on BeyoncĂ©’s 2022 Renaissance album. And she earned Golden Globe, Academy Award and Grammy nominations for co-writing Rihanna’s 2022 comeback single, “Lift Me Up,” from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack.

But she hasn’t needed others’ star power to shine, establishing herself as a solo hit-maker as well. With “Essence” leading a major crossover movement for Afrobeats in the United States, Tems emerged as one of the first big African acts here of the last few years. For Broken Ears produced another sleeper hit with “Free Mind,” which set a record for most weeks (17) at No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart for a song by a female lead artist the following May. (SZA’s “Snooze” later surpassed it.) And even though Tems only released two singles last year — “Me & U” in October and “Not an Angel” in December — she was responsible for or featured on eight of the top 40 Afrobeats songs in the United States in 2023, according to Luminate.

It’s a remarkable career trajectory for someone who has yet to release her debut album — which Tems assures “is 1,000% coming out this year,” though she matter-of-factly adds that she’s “not thinking too much about outcomes.”

In fact, Tems' brilliance won her an invite to the Billboard Women in Music Awards. This awards ceremony took place last night, and Tems was front and center. In the video down below, you can see that the artist was on the red carpet with a gorgeous black dress. Photographers were lining up to get a glimpse of her, and they were asking her to pose in all sorts of directions. At one point, however, Tems had one photographer gawking at her figure. He even said "holy smokes" not once, but twice.

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