Afro-Soul/Jazz artiste, Aramide, has boosted her musical career with her appointed as a member of the Board of Governors of the Grammys.
The appointment means she has stepped up to join the 18 other people in the music business to be inducted into the Recording Academy Governing board of the Grammys.
The multiple awards winning artist will serve on the Washington D.C. Chapter Board that also covers Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia.
The singer who has been an active voting member of the Recording Academy for several years and previously served on the committees of the Academy, took to her social media handles Twitter and Instagram page to announce this landmark achievement.
Aramide could not keep the news to herself as she expressed herself on social media, going memory lane, to remind the public of how her music journey started.
Speaking further, the music star stated that after being an active voter of the Grammys Recording Academy for years, she finally gets to be inducted in its board.
In her words, Aramide tweeted:
“I’m most definitely proud of where the music has brought me, proud of the many lives it has touched, proud of the people I have been able to inspire and encourage through music. I’m proud of the beautiful stories I have been able to tell.
“And today I’m happy to announce to you that after being an active voting member of the recording academy for years, this Monday, I will be inducted into the Recording Academy (the GRAMMYs) Governance Board. I will now be a part of the Governors for the Washington DC Chapter board,”
Apart from Aramide, other celebrities who have been able to achieve such level of greatness are: Omotola Jalade Ekeinde who was invited to become a member of the Oscars award body and Nigerian filmmaker, Femi Odugbemi.
The Recording Academy (the GRAMMYs) is an organization of musicians, songwriters, producers, engineers, and recording professionals that is dedicated to improving the cultural condition and quality of life for music and its makers.
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