Award-winning Ghanaian Dancehall Artiste, Stonebwoy, has been named among the Recording Academy Members of the Grammy Awards
BHIM Nation President, Stonebwoy has been making steady strides towards the Grammys and this latest move seems to have drawn him closer to his dreams.
Announcing his readiness to give back to music and its creators as he celebrates and represents them. he wrote on Facebook;
“As part of the new @recordingacademy member class, I’m honoured to have an opportunity to celebrate, represent, and give back to the music and its creators. #WeAreMusic “
After landing a Grammy certification for his feature on Morgan Heritage’s nominated album, Avrakedabra, Stonebwoy launched a campaign to have his chart-topping Anloga Junction album nominated in the World Album category at the Grammys.
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This prestigious position is for performers, songwriters, producers, engineers, instrumentalists, and other creators currently working in the recording industry. He joins over 2,300 other individuals in the music industry. “The class was selected by a committee of industry peers based on exceptional contributions to the music community,” reads a statement by the Academy. The members are to help “build a better and more inspiring world for music and its makers.”
The Recording Academy offers three types of membership. Voting Membership for recording creators, Professional Membership for music businesspeople, and GRAMMY U for the next generation aspiring to a career in the music industry. The [voting Members] determine GRAMMY winners each year.