South African music group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, has won its fifth Grammy award on Sunday at the 60th Grammys Ceremony.
The group won in the Best World Music Album category for its album Shaka Zulu Revisited: 30th Anniversary Celebration.
The ceremony, which took place on Sunday in New York, was hosted by James Corden.
Ladysmith Black Mambazo was also nominated in the Best Children’s Album category for ‘Songs of Peace and Love for Kids and Parents Around the World’.
The group has been nominated for 19 Grammy awards.
The musicians re-recorded the Shaka Zulu album in tribute to the group’s founder Joseph Shabalala, who retired.
The all-men singing group rose to worldwide prominence as a result of singing with Paul Simon on his 1986 album, Graceland, and have won multiple awards all over the world.
It was formed by Joseph Shabalala in 1960 and later became one of South Africa’s most prolific recording groups, with albums receiving gold and platinum disc honours
The group has since become a mobile academy, teaching people about South Africa and its culture.
It was in Nigeria for the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) in 2015.