Nigerian singer, Aramide, joins the Grammys governing board

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Nigerian artist, Aramide Sarumoh, popularly known as Aramide and eighteen others are to be accepted into the Recording Academy overseeing governing board of The Grammys.

The music star, while thinking back on her music profession uncovered this on arrangement on tweet posted on her twitter handle, @AramideMusic .

She reviewed the time she began singing and how she needed to simply be heard and proceeded to uncover that in the wake of being a functioning voter of the Grammys recording foundation for a considerable length of time, she at last gets the chance to be accepted in its load up.

“And today I’m glad to report to you that in the wake of being a functioning casting a ballot individual from the chronicle institute for a considerable length of time, this Monday, I will be accepted into the Recording Academy (the GRAMMYs®) Governance Board. I will presently be a piece of the Governors for the Washington DC Chapter board.”

Aramide is an alumnus of political theory from the University of Jos.

The Afro-Soul artist earned an honor for Best Vocal Performance at the Headies 2015 with her song, “Iwo Nikan.”

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