The Recording Academy has revealed the first round of talent who will be joining Chair and Interim Recording Academy President/CEO Harvey Mason jr. to announce nominees for the 63rd GRAMMY Awards on Tuesday, Nov. 24.
Four-time GRAMMY-winning Regional Mexican singer-songwriter Pepe Aguilar, Nigerian Afropop singer Yemi Alade, GRAMMY-winning classical violinist Nicola Benedetti, two-time GRAMMY-winning contemporary Christian singer Lauren Daigle, country singer-songwriter Mickey Guyton, two-time GRAMMY-winning recording artist and past GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony host Imogen Heap, “CBS This Morning” anchor Gayle King, two-time GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Dua Lipa and “The Talk” host Sharon Osbourne will be part of the nominations live stream.
Yemi Alade is part of an assembly of African musicians who worked with Beyonce on her The Lion King: The Gift album which later morphed into the Black Is King visual album.
Immediately following the live stream, the press release and a full nominations list will be on GRAMMY.com and the Recording Academy’s social media platforms.
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