It is all joy and positivity at the camp of celebrated Nigerian songstress, Yemi Alade as they have made the move to submit ‘Woman of steel’ for consideration for the 2020 Grammys. The ‘Johnny’ hit maker’s most widely patronized project piece, the Woman of Steel album will be put through a voting process by the Recording Academy to be considered for the ‘Best World Music Album’ category.
The 2020 Grammy awards is slated for January 26 and if things turn out well, Africa will have a representation from Nigeria. With high hopes of sailing through for a nomination, the ‘Oh my gosh’ hit maker took to her Instagram handle to break the news whilst beseeching for support.
Meanwhile, the album had over a hundred million streams globally, making it one of the most successful musical project from Africa. Read what Yemi Alade wrote in her post below:
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We’re up for GRAMMY AWARD Consideration! 🙏🏾✊🏾 . . Reaching out to all voting members of @recordingacademy to consider my Album, Woman of Steel for Best World Music Album! . . "This has been an incredible project and I would love to celebrate it with all of you.” #Grammy2019 #GrammyAwards #WorldMusicGrammy @recordingacademy #fyc #WomanofSteel #yemialade