Two Black Canadian singers won Grammy awards

Drake and Daniel Caesar

Two Black Canadian singers were honoured at  the 61st annual Grammy Awards that took place at Staples Centre in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Toronto-born rap star Drake (Aubrey Drake Graham), a multi-Grammy award winner, picked up  the Rap Song of the Year award for God’s Plan.

And R&B singer Daniel Caesar  won his first Grammy for  Best R&B Performance,” He split  the honour with American performer Gabriella Wilson, known as H.E.R., for their song “Best Part.”

Caesar who born in Oshawa, Ontario to Caribbean parents (his father is Barbadian and his mother, Jamaican ) released in 2017  his debut album  Freudian  for which he was nominated  twice at last year’s Grammys.