Nigerian Afro-soul artiste, Aramide is set to be inducted into the Governance Board of the Recording Academy of the prestigious Grammys.

The soul singer shared this good news on Instagram where she talked about what she has been through as a music lover and artiste and how music has not just been a place of peace for her, but how she has also grown to realize she can do more than just singing with her voice.

For her, being inducted after being an active voting member for The Grammys for as long as she can remember is one of the beautiful things she has received through music.

Aramide will now be part of the Governors for the Washington D.C Chapter Board.

She shared that;

I am 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 D.C Chapter board.

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#TheRecordingAcademy
#TheGrammys

In 2015, Aramide’s “Iwo Nikan” earned her an award for Best Vocal Performance at the Headies and she has gone on to release hit songs including Fun mi Lowo.

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